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Free dental clinic

Dr. Ron Blanchard gives a patient a shot of novocaine prior to extracting a tooth, part of a free dental clinic he was taking part in Friday. This is the second time Blanchard has participated in the free dental clinics, which have been ongoing in Penticton since 2011 and have assisted many low-income people get better dental care. Applications for the clincs are handled through the Salvation Army. - Steve Kidd
Dr. Ron Blanchard gives a patient a shot of novocaine prior to extracting a tooth, part of a free dental clinic he was taking part in Friday. This is the second time Blanchard has participated in the free dental clinics, which have been ongoing in Penticton since 2011 and have assisted many low-income people get better dental care. Applications for the clincs are handled through the Salvation Army.
— image credit: Steve Kidd
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