Saanich office offers free dentistry for those in need

Dentistry from the Heart set for Saturday, Sept. 29

From 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday (Sept. 29), three dentists will provide free emergency dental care to people who cannot otherwise afford it as part of this year’s Dentistry From the Heart day.

In the first two years of the event, spearheaded by Dr. Ross Crapo, about $40,000 worth of dental work was provided to patients in need. To book an appointment, call 250-383-3368. All appointments take place at Crapo’s office at 206-4400 Chatterton Way.

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