Mission of Mercy and Keystone Industries help restore smiles in Michigan

September 17, 2013

Issue 9

Keystone Industries was proud to donate various lab products to Mission of Mercy’s 2013 June event in Michigan. The event treated 1,300 people and produce nearly $1 million worth of dentistry work in two days.

Keystone Industries was proud to donate various lab products to Mission of Mercy’s 2013 June event in Michigan. The event treated 1,300 people and produce nearly $1 million worth of dentistry work in two days.

In early June, more than a thousand patients filled Saginaw Valley State University’s Ryder Center for the Michigan Mission of Mercy event.

The event was free to patients who needed dental work but didn’t have the means to receive it. Keystone Industries was a proud sponsor of the event, donating lab supplies to stock the lab that contributed to 3,493 procedures during the two-day event.

Keystone Industries donated pumice, acrylic powder/liquid, Kefoil, wax, ball clasps, bowls, high shine, plaster and stone remover, muslin buffs, brushes, Bard Parker handles and blades, stick wax, pliers and ultrasonic cleaner, to the cause, which provided $903,000 of dental care during the whole weekend.

“The generosity was very overwhelming and our lab area was outfitted tremendously,” said the Mission of Mercy Supply Lead, Lori Barnhart, CDA, RDA, through a Facebook comment.

For more information Mission of Mercy and its events click here.

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