The Dental Charity Committee Organizes a Ball
On April 11, 2015, the citizens of Ottawa, Canada, will experience a wonderful event in The Dental Charity Ball. It promises to be an event of rare energy and high inspiration that bring together the most scientific minds in dentists of the region to create a holistic environment of oral health awareness. It is working to unite the maximum number of oral health stakeholders in oral health from Ottawa and eastern Ontario to celebrate the coming together of oral health practitioners.
It will be brought to you by the Dental Charity Ball (DCB) committee, comprising several bright and experienced dentists and managers, and those motivated by their spirit of caring and a healing mission.
The ball, Sparkle, is going to be held during the period that celebrates National Dental Hygienists Week and National Oral Health Month (April 6-12, 2015). It is going to be hosted at a spectacular venue--the the Canadian Museum of History's Grand Hall & River View Salon.
Being a ball, it will be a formal affair with women in gowns and men in black ties. Apart from the ball, the area will be dotted by audio-visual displays, guest speakers, silent auction, photography, live musical entertainment, gourmet food stations, door prizes and much more. It will be a healthy mix of synergizing of minds, networking, oral health awareness, education and, of course, socializing.
Sparkle is not new to hosting such events. In fact, it has a reputation for fund raising for organizations that work in the health domain from a local platform to an international one. So, it dedicates 2015 to supporting the Canadian Cancer Society - Oral Cancer, the Youville Center, the Ottawa Food Bank, the Canadian Foundation for Dental Hygiene Research and Education and the Pro Bono Dental Program.
If you want to know the latest in oral health, check out this avant-garde event. Visitors can participate in the seminars, discussions, talks and meetings on maintaining good oral health. To benefit from this event, be sure to be there. It will open up your mind to the importance of practicing good oral health habits and introduce you to new ideas, thoughts and philosophies on the subject.
And, if you realize that a lack of good oral habits leads to major diseases like heart disease and diabetes, you wouldn't want to abstain from such an event, do you? These topics are bound to be on the agendas of this event, so make sure you're there so you know how best to take care of your teeth, tongue and throat. The first step in this direction is to book your tickets now. Early bird deadline is March 11.