Dr. Steven Johnson is hosting the sixth annual free kids dental day, Little Hearts, Big Smiles, August 14, 2014 from 1:00 to 5:00pm. In honor of National Children’s Dental Health Month, Johnson Family Dental Kidz and Braces in Santa Barbara, and Johnson Family Dental in Solvang, Ventura will offer free dental care to children in need during their Little Hearts, Big Smiles event.
During this event children ages 12 and under from 1:00pm to 5:00pm, will receive a free exam, digital x-rays, cleaning and fluoride in Solvang, Ventura and the Johnson Family Dental Kidz and Braces office in Santa Barbara
“Little Hearts, Big Smiles is a way for children in the community to receive the care they need, even if they slip through the cracks of the social service system,” explains Doctor Steven Johnson.
Parents who are interested in having their children participate, should call and schedule an appointment at one of the following offices:
Johnson Family Dental-Ventura Johnson Family Dental-Solvang
103 South Mills Road, Suite 101 678 Alamo Pintado Rd
Johnson Family Dental Kidz and Braces-Santa Barbara
200 N. La Cumbre Rd. Ste H
At this event there will be free orthodontic consultations for children, as well as balloons and prizes that will be given out to children who get their teeth cleaned. A raffle for two adult Disneyland tickets will also be held at the end of the day, participants do not need to be present to win.
Johnson Family Dental has been serving Santa Barbara and Ventura’s community’s dental health needs for over 50 years. Together Dr. Steven Johnson, Dr. Von Joseph Holbrook, Dr. Greg Smith, pediatric dentist Dr. Danny Nguyen, and their associates, comprise a diverse family of dental professionals committed to providing the highest level of dental health. Through high quality dental treatment and by creating caring relationships, Johnson Family Dental Kidz and Braces and Johnson Family Dental have become California’s Central Coast leading dental providers.
During this free event, Johnson Family Dental will be accepting donations towards the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF). This foundation is very special to Dr. Johnson because his son Braxton was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in 2010.