About the Program
For members of Genesee, Saginaw, or Bay County who are suffering from deteriorating oral health, we are excited to announce the return of the Second Chance program. The Greater Michigan Oral Surgeons & Dental Implant Center Second Chance program is designed to help a member of our community restore their smile and therefore improve their life. If you are missing a majority of your teeth or you need extensive oral surgery work but cannot afford it, we encourage you to check out the program and apply below. Once the application period is over, our doctors will schedule appointments to examine the conditions of the applicants before determining the finalists. From the finalists, one recipient will be chosen to receive a full-arch restoration. This procedure can completely restore function and aesthetics to the mouth with the help of dental implants. We look forward to hearing your story and helping our recipient along this life-changing journey.
You can read more about the full-arch restoration treatment here.
Who should apply?
An ideal candidate for the Second Chance program is someone who suffers from severe oral health problems but cannot afford to have them treated. If you are missing a majority of your teeth, or if your teeth are broken/falling out, you may be the perfect candidate for our program. We encourage all those whose oral health is quickly declining to apply for this second chance at a beautiful smile. If you don’t personally suffer from any oral health issues, but you know someone who does, please share this with them. We want to spread the word to all those in the Genesee, Saginaw, and Bay Counties who may benefit from this life-changing treatment.
In addition to helping the recipient restore their smile, we are also looking for local businesses to donate other services to help our recipient improve their life. If you are interested in donating, you can learn about the process here.
Please review our Terms & Conditions before submitting your application.
Application Period Ends: Friday, October 20, 2017