Monarch Dental ensures a happy ending while delivering Smiles for Everyone in Burleson, Texas!
“There was not a dry eye in the office, on the morning of his completed treatments,” says Sherry Hanks, Office Manager at the Grand Prairie, Texas, Monarch Dental® office.
“You are wonderful! You care, you love, you provide, you are the best. Thank you for helping me and everyone else.” -patient Annah G.
On September 15, Castle Dental® in Austin, TX opened its doors to provide no cost dental services for those in need from their surrounding communities. Over 40 volunteers from neighboring Castle Dental offices arrived ready to serve many low-income, underinsured individuals who may not have seen a dentist in years.
“Thank you so much for doing what you do. Sometimes life just happens and you no longer have the things you were used to,” says patient Ana T.
“My dentist was wonderful with such gentle hands! I loved [this event]. Thank you for caring about the community the way you do!” – patient Sherril M.
Monarch Dental has set a new record for the Smiles for Everyone Foundation’s Days of Giving. With providers and support staff from multiple Monarch Dental offices in the Dallas-Fort Worth area volunteering their time this past Saturday, the team was able to provide free dental care for 108 low-income individuals in the community. The fillings,… Read more »
It’s not every day you get to change someone’s life, but at Monarch Dental® in Euless, Texas, Lead Dentist Dr. Chaitra Shanthagowda (Dr. Gowda) and staff had that opportunity recently. Through the Community Smile Project (CSP), they were able to give patient Kaitlin Lovell a new smile, and a new outlook to go with it.
Studies show that smiling can influence mood, increase happiness, reduce stress and even retrain the brain to be more positive. So when a person smiles more, it can have many positive effects – and not just on the person smiling!
When Mary Gallaher was a sophomore in college, she fainted and took the brunt of the fall with her face. “When I came to, I was spitting out what I thought were pebbles,” she recalls. “But they weren’t pebbles – they were my teeth.”