What’s New At Kenworthy Dental
The team at Kenworthy Dental spent a day volunteering for Habitat for Humanity in Shelburne, VT. It was great fun for a great cause.
Patient Bill B. celebrates his new smile! Helping with his care and sharing in the celebration are laboratory technician Peter Barth from Fourth Generation Dental Lab and dental assistant Lisa Demar and dentist Dr. Paul Kenworthy from Kenworthy Dental. Bill was referred to Kenworthy Dental through the Donated Dental Services (DDS) program that provides free, comprehensive dental treatment to our country’s most vulnerable people with disabilities or who are elderly or medically fragile. All of those participating in Bill’s care donated their services. Here are his heartfelt comments to everyone involved with his care.
“ I wanted to send a Thank You for all that you have done for me. You have changed my whole outlook on life. For all the time and effort you have shown me, I have a new outlook on everything, from eating a simple dinner to being able to smile. I truly appreciate all you have done to help put a smile back on people’s faces. ” Bill B.
Dr Kenworthy recently visited the “Toothbrush” exhibit at the Museum of Everyday Life in Glover Vt. The exhibit was informative and fun! If you are traveling to the NorthEast Kingdom you may want to check it out. The museum has put together a nice summary of the exhibits.
Seven Days newspaper also has a piece on the exhibit. Check it out here. Happy brushing!
To learn more about oral health tips. Visit the Mouth Healthy section of the American Dental Association website.
2014 Vermont Hygienist of the Year Award!
Join us in congratulating our hygienist Mary and her receipt of the 2014 Vermont Hygienist of the Year Award! Mary received this award from her peers in recognition of her long-standing commitment to the dental hygiene profession. In addition to seeing patients at Niles Kenworthy Dental, Mary is a clinical instructor at Vermont Technical College dental hygiene program and is an examiner for the Northeast Regional Board of Dental Examiners. Again, congratulations Mary!
The Team at Niles Kenworthy Dental spent time in May volunteering at the Ronald McDonald House in Burlington. It was a very rewarding and fun experience for a great cause!
A Home Away from Home: The Ronald McDonald House Charities of Burlington, Vermont, the “home away from home” for families with seriously ill children seeking treatment at Vermont Children’s Hospital at Fletcher Allen Health Care. www.rmhcvt.org
Over 1,000 people participated in the 2014 Walk to End Alzheimer’s to benefit the Alzheimer’s Association: Vermont Chapter. — at Shelburne Museum.
KenworthyDental is committed to supporting nonprofit organizations in our community. We were very happy to contribute to a team from Starr Farm Nursing Center that participated in the 2014 Walk to End Alzheimer’s. Congratulations to Starr Farm and to the Alzheimer’s Association-Vermont Chapter in a very successful walk!