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AT 2000 Processor Available

Clinic Ready to Donate Equipment


The dental clinic housed at the Salvation Army Community Center in Madison, Indiana, recently sent out a request for an Autoclave – a piece of equipment that is used to sterilize dental instruments. IDA member Dr. Jane Chen of Indianapolis stepped up to the plate and donated “a very good, working, Pelton and Crane Autoclave, which is now being used in the clinic,” according to Dr. Bob Canida, dental clinic volunteer.
Thanks to several recent donations, the clinic now has an AT 2000 automatic X-Ray processor available that they are ready to donate to any other community clinic. The processor would also be offered secondarily to a dentist or non-charitable clinic for a monetary or in-kind donation.

The dental clinic was started in 2008 and received equipment donations from IDA members and the IDA Foundation on Dental Health. Since its inception, the clinic has provided well over a half million dollars woth of dental services. The clinic is manned by IDA members Drs. Bob Canida, Gus Dunker, Rick Kortokrax, and Larry Crisafulli.
For more information on the available AT 2000 processor, or to get involved in the dental clinic, contact the Jefferson County Salvation Army at 812-265-2157.
For information on getting involved in other charitable dental clinics throughout the state, contact the Indiana Dental Association at 800-562-5646.

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