Dental work can be expensive, so much so, that many Montanans neglect to take care of their teeth because of lack of dental insurance, or because the costs are simply too high.  But what if you could receive free dental care?  Would you be interested?

Luckily, some local Montana Dentists are coming together and offering free dental care for one day only.

That folks over at Hays Dental in Bozeman are once again offering a day of free dental care that includes a choice of teeth cleaning, filling, or extraction, and this year, other local dental offices are joining them.

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The dental work is available for those who are 18 years and older, or for children who are accompanied by a parent or a guardian. The event takes place on Friday, September 22nd at Hays Dental which is located at 1226 Stoneridge Drive in Bozeman.

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As mentioned, other practices will be joining Hays Dental this year. They include Hyalite Family Dentistry, Summit Dental, and River Rock Dental Group.

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Because of the need and the popularity of the event, folks are encouraged to arrive early to get registered (registration starts at 7:30) as services will be provided on a first-come, first-served basis.

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Services will be provided from 8 am until 5 pm and you are encouraged to dress properly for the event as well as to bring food, water, and chairs, as patients might have to spend time outside while waiting to be seen.

Once again, the event takes place on Friday, September 22nd at Hays Dental in Bozeman.

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20 License Plates Banned In Montana

This is just a small glimpse at banned license plates in the state of Montana. There are well over 4000 that could be added to this list.

Now why some of these are banned is beyond me. I don't find any of them offensive, that's for sure; the state of Montana has the right to refuse:

"any combination of letters or numbers, or both, that may carry connotations offensive to good taste and decency or which are misleading or a duplication of license plates provided elsewhere."- Montana Motor Vehicle Department

What plates are banned in your state? Hopefully, they are not as picky as Montana.

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