Community Service

Crosspoint Dental Center supports Local and Global Communities

Sep 5 • 1 minute read

Our practice strives to be an active member of the global community and emphasizes a spirit of giving back. We hope to support those who cannot afford regular or quality dental care, improving their oral health with crucial services and personal attention. Luke Daining, DDS, leads our practice in serving others, and it is our goal to leave a positive mark on the world. When you visit our practice, you can see more of Dr. Daining’s international trips, and be sure to ask how we may be serving the community in the near future. 

Serving in Lynwood

We help our nearby communities in a variety of ways. Whether it’s with serving at a dental event or collecting donations, you can find us helping out specific causes several times a year. We do this because we understand how many people face decay and pain and have no other way of obtaining relief. This is especially true for children who may not understand the importance of a routine, balanced diet. For us, it does not matter if what’s needed is oral health education or free procedures, we want to relieve discomfort and pave the way for a healthier smile in the future. 

Global Missions Work 

Every few years we travel to countries who have extensive dental needs. Developing countries often do not have the resources or infrastructure to support dental care for a large percentage of the population. In these cases, it is our joy to help people smile with pain or dental issues and to restore to them a higher quality of life. The smile is intrinsic to living a normal daily life, from eating to speaking, and so we have served in Honduras and the Philippines. The following are links to the organizations we have served with: www.Medmissions.org, www.Medicalteams.org. If you would like to support them with donations or learn more about our missions, visit our international mission’s page. 

Contact Us Today for Dental Care

If you want to visit a dentist that’s as caring for the outside community as he is for his patients, please call Dr. Daining. During your visit be sure to ask about the causes we’re supporting and how you can get involved. 
 

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