(SAVANNAH, GA) Dr. Angela Canfield, of Sandfly Family Dental in Savannah and Premier Dental Designs in Rincon, has announced her offices will be collecting donations in July and August for Second Harvest Food Bank’s Kids Cafe program, which helps feed area children who have limited food to eat during the school year.
We are encouraging all people in the are who are willing to donate to drop food items off at Dr. Canfield’s office locations. Addresses are below:
Sandfly Family Dental 7360 Skidaway Road, Suite H-2 Savannah, GA 31406 Premier Dental Designs 5871 GA-21 Rincon, GA 31326
Kids Cafe is an afterschool meal program for school-age children who are at-risk for hunger. Second Harvest operates the program in collaboration with other community organizations that provide afterschool programs for disadvantaged children. Kids Cafe started in 1989 when two brothers were found in a local community center kitchen looking for food. The program ensures that children have a safe, nurturing place to go during the critical hours after school when parents are often working.
From its Savannah beginnings, Kids Cafe has become one of the nation’s largest charitable meal and nutrition education programs exclusively for children in need. Each Kids Cafe is designed to meet the needs of the children living in that neighborhood. While no two programs are identical, each shares the common goal of providing a safe, respectful environment where youth can receive wholesome meals and participate in activities like tutoring, homework assistance, nutrition education, sports programs and cultural enrichment.
The success of Kids Cafe is the result of strong relationships that Second Harvest has established with many segments of the community.
Sandfly Women Business Owners Coalition Meeting Scheduled for March 30 at 8 a.m. at Sandfly Family Dental
(SAVANNAH, GA) The Sandfly Women Business Owners Coalition will meet on Thursday, March 30 at Sandfly Family Dental, located at 7360 Skidaway Rd #2, Savannah, GA. The goal of the meeting is to discuss the current state of business in Sandfly, as well as share insight on new businesses coming and any information that pertains to our community.
Organized by Dr. Angela Canfield of Sandfly Family Dental, the coalition meets biannually. The meeting in March will take from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m.
The event is open to any female business owner in the Sandfly, Isle of Hope, Dutch Island, Landings or Southside area. If you would like to attend, please RSVP to Cynthia Wright at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ABOUT DR. ANGELA CANFIELD
Dr. Canfield is licensed by the Georgia Board of Dentistry and the National Board of Dentist. She owns and practices at two dental offices: Premier Dental Designs located in Rincon, GA at 5871 HWY 21 South, and Sandfly Family Dental located in the Norwood Market in Savannah, GA. Both dental offices provide Family/Preventative Dentistry, Cosmetic Dentistry, Restorative Dentistry, Orthodontic Dentistry, Digital X-Rays, E4D One Day Crowns, Electronic Claims, Intra Oral Camera and Paperless Charting. The offices are open Monday through Friday and offer evening appointments. For more information, call 912.826.4037 or visit http://www.premierdentaldesigns.com/ or https://sandflydental.wpengine.com/
Dr. Angela Canfield – of Sandfly Family Dentistry in Savannah GA – recently wrote an excellent article for the Savannah Morning News on Oral Cancer Awareness. You can read the article by following the link below…
Savannah Dentist Dr. Angela Canfield – who leads the clinical team at Sandfly Family Dental in Savannah – recently sat down with Open for Business to discuss Oral Cancer Awareness. In the video below Dr Canfield discusses the dangers of Oral Cancer, and the progressive methods that dentists have for early detection.
(SAVANNAH, GA) Dr. Angela Canfield of Sandfly Family Dental in Savannah, GA announces the second talk in the 2015 Inspiring Smiles Series will be held Tuesday, April 14, from noon to 1 p.m. The discussion is titled “Oral DNA and Periodontal Testing.”
Periodontal diseases, such as gingivitis, are caused from bacteria that inflames the gums. Symptoms include bad breath, red or swollen gums, and receding gums. Dr. Canfield will explain the benefits of early detection and the process to determine patients’ risks of these diseases.