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Written by Dentistry Today Thursday, 06 January 2011 14:10
(Charlotte, NC—December 14, 2010) Denbur, Inc. has donated Multi-Brush Disposable bristle applicators valued at $51,559.14 to benefit National Children’s Oral Health Foundation: America’s ToothfairyÒ oral health programs for at-risk children.
Twenty-one NCOHF Affiliate community-based nonprofit partners received donated Denbur products that will aid in providing critical care to children in need this holiday season.
Fari Maissami, President, Denbur, Inc. said, “We are thankful to NCOHF for having the imagination to initiate this organization. To help children in America who are in dire need of oral care is a great noteworthy cause. Denbur is pleased to support NCOHF.”
“We are very grateful to Denbur for their generous commitment to our mission. Millions of underserved children lack access to quality care and preventive education, suffering severe pain from untreated decay as a result,” said Fern Ingber, NCOHF President and CEO. “This product donation makes it possible for our Affiliates to reach more local children with the vital services they need and deserve.”
About Denbur, Inc.
Founded in 1979, Denbur originally began as a consulting firm for European dental articulator manufacturers. Realizing they had an advantageous understanding of the industry, Denbur branched out to manufacturing dental products and introduced them to the North American dental market in 1990. Their manufacturing plant is located in Westmont, IL.
About National Children’s Oral Health Foundation: America’s Toothfairyâ (NCOHF)
National Children’s Oral Health Foundation: America’s Toothfairy (NCOHF) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, dedicated to raising awareness of the #1 chronic childhood illness: pediatric dental disease, facilitating delivery of comprehensive pediatric oral health services, and eliminating this preventable disease from future generations. NCOHF draws on vast national resources to secure and distribute product and financial donations along with innovative preventive programs to a growing network of not-for-profit university and community based dental clinics, health centers, and mobile programs throughout America. For more information about NCOHF, please visit www.AmericasToothfairy.org