TDOT takes detour to help Katrina victims

November 2005
Proofs;Nov2005, Vol. 88 Issue 5, p82
Trade Publication
The article reports that the American Dental Association (ADA) and Henry Schein Inc. has dispatched "Tomorrow's Dental Office--Today!" (TDOT) to Waveland, Mississippi to help treat U.S. Gulf Coast residents affected by Hurricane Katrina. The mobile exhibit which features a dental office has traveled to towns across the U.S. Henry Schein and the ADA immediately offered to send resources to the affected states. Since the Mississippi Department of Health was the first to follow up on that offer, Waveland was selected as the destination for TDOT.


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