Wilson Martino Dental offers free dental care to active military and veterans on October 13


What would it be like to miss your child’s first birthday, first steps, or high school graduation? What if you couldn’t talk with your spouse or family for weeks at a time? What if you didn’t know if a family member was safe? For most of us, these situations are rare, however, for our members and their family members, they are part of their daily lives.

“Our men and women in our armed forces are making great personal sacrifices in order to secure and protect our freedoms,” said Dr. Robert Martino, owner of 7 Wilson Martino Dental Practices and USA Freedom Day participant. in 2022. “Their families have endured hardship and some have given everything they had so that we can live in peace – free to pursue our dreams. We joined Freedom Day USA to say ‘Thanks’ for their sacrifices and for our freedom, and to give them a day of freedom!

On October 13, 2022, local businesses will join in the annual Freedom Day USA event. Freedom Day USA is when businesses across the country donate a service, product, gift, etc. free to members of our military and their immediate families, as well as veterans.

Locally, the office of Wilson Martino Dental has partnered with Freedom Day USA to present free dental care including: teeth cleaning, exam, x-rays, fluoride, and any necessary same-day work that their dentists can perform to our alumni. veterans and our active military personnel, as well as with the immediate family of active military personnel.

You can reach them at 1-877-645-3943 for an appointment.

A complete list of participating local businesses and the services they provide is available at www.FreedomDayUSA.org. To learn more about this nationwide movement of thanks or to register your business as a participant in future events, you can visit www.FreedomDayUSA.org or the event’s Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/FreedomDayUsa. The services rendered to our country by these ladies and gentlemen are greatly appreciated.


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