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Story County Sun Oct. 24, 2018 Dentistry At Somerset will hold annual Smiles for FREEdom event

Dentistry At Somerset in Ames is proud to give back to local heroes who have served the country.

Smile for FREEdom is an opportunity to allow dental professionals to come together and provide free dental services for an entire day to veterans and members of our armed services.

The Smiles for FREEdom Event will be hosted on Friday, Nov. 2, at Dentistry At Somerset, 2720 Stange Road, in Ames. Dental services this day are by appointment only and will begin at 8 a.m. and end at approximately 3 p.m.

Dental care is a growing need in America, and it is important to Dentistry At Somerset to give back to the community and to help others get out of pain and into happier and healthier smiles. Dentistry At Somerset has been serving central Iowa by providing its patients with dental care that will last a lifetime and by giving back to its local hospital, schools, community service organizations and the United Way for nearly two decades.

In 2017, Dentistry At Somerset served 25 veterans and provided $14,000 in free dentistry.

Dr. Jason Niegsch is a veteran himself and has served as a dentist in the U.S. Navy stationed in Okinawa, Japan, then in Chicago until 2002.

Since 2015, Smiles for FREEdom has served veterans and/or military service members and provided more than $450,500 in free dental services. Services provided will be appointment-based only and participants will not need to stand in line through the day. All services provided by Dentistry At Somerset and coordinating partners on this day will be free of charge.All work will be provided at the highest standards of quality and care that would be provided any other given day to patients. Free dental services on this day will include a combination of diagnostic services, cleanings, fillings, extractions and other possible dental health services based upon individual needs. For more information, to inquire about appointments or to make a donation to help make this day successful with needed supplies call (515) 268-0516, or email or visit its website at