Toronto dental office partners with shelter to provide free dental care and holiday fun

Twice a year Anaida Deti, CEO and registered dental hygienist of DentalX, brings smiles to the faces of those in need. It was holiday smiles on Tuesday as Deti and her staff provided no-cost preventative dental hygiene services to children and adults staying at the Red Door Shelter.

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