Dentist to offer free care

Not everyone who needs dental care can afford it.

There is help coming soon, however.

Local dentist Michael Hrankowski will provide free treatments at Edmonds Woodway Dental Care from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday as part of the office’s second-annual Day of Caring.

Last year, Hrankowski and his staff provided treatment to 35 people during the office’s first Day of Caring.

This year, treatments will be offered on a first-come, first-served basis at the clinic at 21810 76th Ave. W., Suite 102, Edmonds.

To accommodate as many people as possible, Hrankowski and his staff will provide only procedures that can be accomplished in one appointment, such as extractions and fillings. There is a limit of one procedure per person.

Hrankowski has been in private practice since 1982. Call 425-775-3446 or go to www.IMakeYouSmile.com for more information.

Sarah Jackson: 425-339-3037, sjackson@heraldnet.com.

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