Dentist in El Paso Hosts Annual Free Dental Clinik

February is Dental Health Month.
To promote Dental Awareness and to offer
help to the community, Dr. Mehrnoosh Darj is sponsoring
3 FREE Dental Emergency Treatment Days.

Anyone with a dental need or in need of pain relief, who cannot
otherwise afford it, will be provided with one
dental service per patient (one cleaning or one filling
or one simple extraction) at NO COST
on a first come-first-served basis!

(Limit to one procedure per patient)

 

Friday Feb 20th, 2015
8am to 3pm
10760 North Loop Dr Ste 3A, Socorro, TX 79927
&
Friday Feb 20th, 2015
8am to 3pm
211 Texas Ave, El Paso, TX 79901
&
Saturday March 14th, 2015
8am to 3pm
1861 Robert Wynn St Ste D, El Paso, TX 79936

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