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CDS Foundation Clinic, 416 E. Roosevelt Rd., Suite 102 Wheaton, IL 60187
McCormick Place West Building, 2301 S. Indiana Ave., Chicago
The CDS Foundation Dental Clinic is looking for volunteer dentists and hygienists to care for patients in the new clinic, as well as oral surgeons to accept referrals. Located in Wheaton, the clinic will offer basic dental care to uninsured patients.
Two full-time staff members will ensure continuity for the day-to-day operations, but all care will be provided by volunteers.
All a volunteer needs, Dr. King said, is a desire to come out and help.
“In this situation, you’ll walk in, work, and walk out. It’s clean, professional, and all the patients are scheduled ahead of time.
“Tell us what you want to do because there’s a need for everything. Some of our volunteers will seek out more complex cases than they see every day. Some want to work on cosmetic cases. We need it all.”
The clinic also needs in-kind donations of supplies, as well as handpieces and small equipment.
To learn more about volunteer opportunities, email the clinic or call 630.260.8530.
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