Aseptico will help raise funds for oral health education and treatment in developing nations around the world via its support for Climb for a Cause (CFAC) when the nonprofit foundation hosts a hike from September 13 to September 15 near Grand Teton National Park. Each year since 1998, CFAC has organized an annual hiking event for dentists, their teams, and industry participants to help make a positive difference in the oral health of needy children.
“As the world’s leading portable dental equipment manufacturer, Aseptico works closely with humanitarian organizations aiding underserved populations. Working with CFAC helps us further our goal of bringing dental care to everyone and promoting oral health around the world,” said Chris Berry, special markets manager for Aseptico, who will make the climb with the group.
CFAC will conduct 14 dental care volunteer group projects in 2019 in Cambodia, Laos, Guatemala, Nepal, India, Kenya, and Vietnam. Aseptico portable equipment including dental chairs, examination lamps, dental delivery systems, and x-ray systems will be an essential part of these outreach projects. Dental professionals and others are invited to join the hike, and Aseptico is offering to cover a large portion of the entry fee for those who choose to participate.