At Snodgrass-King Dental Associates, we love our community and take every opportunity to give back to the very place we love. Our Community Relations Program always has us out meeting new people in new places. We’d love to meet you too! Don’t forget to head over to the Request an Appointment tab, or e-mail Chomp@snodgrassking.com to get in touch with us.
Something SnodgrassKing looks forward to every new year is the month of February (Dental Health Month). It’s during this month in which we build awareness on the importance of oral health. We travel school to school visiting students from pre-k to 5th grade and go over the ins and outs of proper oral hygiene. We also speak on the importance of healthy food and ways to prevent cavities. At the end of our presentation, we leave each student with a bag of goodies (toothbrush, toothpaste, coloring book, pencil, etc.) If you think your child's' school would be interested in helping us build awareness and provide these students some helpful tips, please have them give us a call!
Does your school have what it takes to win Treats for Troops, a Snodgrass King candy buy back program? **UPDATE For information on our 2015 Halloween Candy Buyback Program and find participating locations, click here. ** This year is the 3rd annual Treats for Troops. And, there are 8 Wilson County elementary schools participating in this year’s buy back. Each school has a chance to win $250 up to $1500, all for just donating candy! Here’s what you’ll need to do — on the night of Halloween, collect as much candy as possible. Eat the candy you want, then bring all of your unwanted, unopened candy for Treats for Troops. Bring your candy into the Snodgrass King – Mt. Juliet office on the night your school competes. Your weigh-in schedule is below: Mon. Nov 3rd 4:30pm-6:30pm Mount Juliet Elementary vs. Stoner Creek Elementary Tues. Nov 4th 4:30pm-6:30pm Rutland Elementary vs. [...]
Carrie and the SK team Our family here at Snodgrass King had such a rewarding and great time in Haiti last week - and we met some amazing new friends! One of Nashville's very own, Carrie Underwood, helped out at the clinic. Check out one of the articles posted by cmt.com here!
Chomp had an amazing time this past weekend at the Walk for Children with Apraxia of Speech. We helped raised over $8400 in support of CASANA’s programs & research! Walk funds are being used to create new educational multimedia apraxia resources, fund and support apraxia research, bring apraxia researchers together to coordinate efforts, and provide iPads and cases to children with apraxia in need. CASANA'S MISSION: The Childhood Apraxia of Speech Association of North America is a registered 501c(3) public charity whose mission is to strengthen the support systems in the lives of children with apraxia so that each child is afforded their best opportunity to develop to their full potential. We do this through raising awareness; providing support to families and professionals; conduction educational workshops; webinars; and conferences; distributing high quality information; and supporting and funding research into effective treatment for apraxia.
Chomp was asked to participate at Reptile Ruckus this year at Longview Elementary School in Spring Hill! We had a blast hanging out with the students as the year winded down! Chomp met Superman while he was there! What a fun night!
The wonderful children at Norman Binkley Elementary pinky promised they would have their parents help them with brushing & flossing their teeth every night!
Here's Chomp at the kindergarten fair at W. A. Wright Elementary! Mom and Dads, don't forget to pack your kindergartener healthy snacks for their teeth! Some great examples are apples, carrots, and cheese & crackers. Chomp at W. A. Wright
Chomp was at the Providence movie theatre this past weekend, for the opening of Mr. Peabody and Sherman! Don’t forget to floss after eating popcorn, kernels can get stuck in your gums causing infection! Twitter HashTag - #WhereIsChomp Chomp spotted for Mr. Peabody and Sherman in Mt. Juliet! Chomp flosses after eating popcorn!
This article has been taken from its original source here - WKRN : News Channel 2 FRANKLIN, Tenn. – More than a dozen Haitian orphans are in Franklin recording an album and soon will be performing at various locations in the United States Over the next nine months, the choir made up of 15 Haitian orphans will be performing concerts all across the United States with the help of a local non-profit organization. Michael and Christa Hahn are the founders of the His Little Feet Foundation. "His Little Feet exist to help love and train vulnerable children all around the world. And so what they do the children come from Haiti, they be the voice for many children and then at our events Americans are giving the opportunity to respond they can go and serve orphans around the world, they can sponsor children in other parts of the world that [...]
In November, 2010, Dr. Snodgrass and Dr. King led a team of eleven Snodgrass-King staff members to Haiti and the Dominican Republic. They stopped in Sosua, DR at the Haitian and Dominican Assistance Corporation’s, Monkey Jungle Clinic, where they treated over 200 of the Dominican’s poorest of the poor. In May of 2010, SnodgrassKing donated new and used dental equipment to Monkey Jungle and this was their first time back to actually use the clinic. Monkey Jungle is the brainchild of retired Nashville developers, Chuck and Candance Ritzen . The resort is a tourist destination for visitors wishing to interact with caged squirrel and capuchen monkeys. It also has one of the longest and fastest zip-lines in the Western Hemisphere. Built and owned by the Ritzens, all of the proceeds collected at the resort go to support the free medical/dental clinic operating on weekends at the property. Without the support [...]
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