Health & Safety

June 3, 2016
 

Dental Squadron seeking qualified patients

99th Dental Squadron

NELLIS AIR FORCE BASE, Nev. —The 99th Dental Squadron, Advanced Education in General Dentistry, at the Mike O’Callaghan Federal Medical Center on Nellis Air Force Base is seeking patients in need of multiple dental procedures that include but not limited to; root canals, crowns, dentures, fillings, gum disease, and tooth extractions.

To qualify, the patient should present a need for three or more of these procedures (not the same procedure multiple times).

Applicants must be active duty, military retiree, military dependent or active duty dependent. Patients will be selected by the AEGD director, based upon what best fits the needs for the program.

If selected, the patient must be available anytime at least weekly throughout the residency year from August 2016 to July 2017.

Selectees will be called by the end of July 2016 to set up their first appointment. If you are not contacted it means that you were not chosen for the program.

If interested, call the dental clinic at 702 653-2623 or 702 653-2625, during normal business hours, 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., June 13-16. Once all of the screening appointment slots are full all additional interested callers will be placed on a wait list.

Note: If you are scheduled for a screening appointment there will be no treatment rendered at that time.




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