Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce issued the following announcement on Nov. 5.
Madison, WI (November 5, 2018) Dental Health Associates announces Big Give Donation Event. This event will support local organizations with a monetary donation of $75.00 on behalf of new patients in November and December. The Big Give will start on November 1, 2018 and continue through December 31, 2018 at 6 of their General Dentistry Clinics: East, Downtown, University, Old Sauk, Gammon, and Fitchburg. In January all new patient donations will be announced and distributed in person to these organizations. This will be the first Big Give Donation Event for Dental Health Associates.
To qualify, new patients are required to visit one of 6 designated Dental Health Associates Clinics and their appointment must include an exam, cleaning, and x-rays. Participating patients must mention the Big Give Event when they call to schedule their appointment or during their new patient visit. After the event is mentioned the patient will have the opportunity to choose one of these non-profit organizations: Dane County Humane Society, Ronald McDonald House, Gilda’s Club, or More Smiles Wisconsin.
Dental Health Associates has a network of 7 dental clinics located in the area. Over the years, they have grown from only performing general dentistry to also having orthodontics, periodontics, and endodontics.
“The Big Give Event is a great opportunity for us to support local organizations that will use these funds to help Madison continue to be a great place to live and work. We are excited to partner with our new patients and support organizations that are important to them. As a company, we are dedicated to promoting the well-being of our patients, employees, and communities,” said Dr. Brian Sweeney, a General Dentist and Partner of Dental Health Associates. Over the years Dental Health Associates has supported hundreds of events and local organizations in Madison and surrounding communities.
In 1969, a group of five dentists formed Dental Health Associates of Madison, Ltd. They saw the need for a complete range of services at a single location. Since their inception, the concept of dentists joining together has provided many benefits for both the patients and the practitioners. They have 32 dentists and auxiliary staffing over 250. They have grown from one location to seven locations throughout Madison: Downtown, University, East, Gammon, Old Sauk, West Orthodontics, and Fitchburg. To learn more about Dental Health Associates you can visit their website at: www.dhamadison.com
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