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Oral surgeons to provide local resident with "Second Chance" to smile

SIOUX FALLS -- Oral surgeons Drs. Denis Miller, DDS, MBA; and Louis T. George, DMD, of Siouxland Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, in Sioux Falls, are proud to announce the launch of their Second Chance community outreach program.

SIOUX FALLS - Oral surgeons Drs. Denis Miller, DDS, MBA; and Louis T. George, DMD, of Siouxland Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, in Sioux Falls, are proud to announce the launch of their Second Chance community outreach program.

The Second Chance program was created to provide a deserving member of the community with a full-arch restoration and dental implant procedure to restore their broken and/or missing teeth ­- an issue that not only affects oral health, but overall physical, emotional and mental health.

Siouxland Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery will be partnering with a local restorative dentist to perform the full-arch restoration procedure. This cutting-edge treatment can be life-changing for patients who are missing teeth, are in the process of losing teeth or have been told they will need dentures.

Individuals interested in being considered for the Second Chance program should visit Siouxland Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery's Second Chance program website at www.siouxlandoralsurgery.com/secondchance to learn more about the program and submit an online application.

The application period is extended to residents of Brookings, Davison, Minnehaha or Yankton counties and the surrounding areas, and runs until Sept. 14.

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