14th CT Mission of Mercy Free Dental Clinic Scheduled in New London 300 Patients to be Served

Two-day clinic begins Friday, November 12 with registration & screening, followed by scheduled appointments for treatment on Saturday, November 13.

NEW LONDON, CT– OCTOBER 20, 2021– The Connecticut Foundation for Dental Outreach announced today, that it will host its 14th Connecticut Mission of Mercy Free Dental Clinic (CTMOM) beginning on Friday, November 12 at St. Sophia’s Greek Orthodox Church, 200 Hempstead St., New London.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, we will only be providing treatment for the first 300 patients. Patients must attend the screening and register for services on Friday, November 12 beginning at 10:00 a.m. at St. Sophia’s Greek Orthodox Church. Once the appointment slots are filled, we will no longer be able to provide an appointment for Saturday. CTMOM is first-come; first-served. This year’s CTMOM dental clinic is for New London Country residents, aged 16 and older, as well as Veterans throughout Connecticut (a military ID is required). Patients will be provided with a medical and dental screening, as well as x-rays on Friday, November 12. They will then be provided with an appointment for dental treatment the following day, Saturday, November 13, in a private dental office. IMPORTANT: Treatment will only be provided to patients given an appointment at the medical and dental screening on Friday.

CTMOM provides dental services for individuals who cannot afford the cost of care. Free services offered at the 2021 CTMOM clinic include: cleanings, exams, extractions, fillings and x-rays.

For more information on the clinic, visit our website www.cfdo.org.


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