June 30, 2014
Dr Goldstein has been a provider for Donated Dental of NJ since 1994. Donated Dental is a program that provides free dental care to the underserved in NJ. People who otherwise have no access to care. Dr. Goldstein feels it is very important to give back to those in need. Dr. Goldstein also works with RAM-Remote Area Medical helping the underserved in rural America. Margaret has been suffering with ill fitting dentures for a long time. Last week she received a beautiful set of Dentures than has transformed her life! Dr. Goldstein serves patients from Randolph, Morristown, Denville, Rockaway, Chester, Mendham and surrounding areas.
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January 25, 2014
For the fourth consecutive year, Glen M. Goldstein DMD DICOI will be volunteering his dental care and services on the upcoming Remote Area Medical® (RAM) mission trip in Knoxville, TN. Based in Knoxville, RAM® is a nonprofit organization devoted to helping patients in remote areas of the United States receive health care they can’t afford, or to which they otherwise do not have access.
Dr. Goldstein, his 2 sons and several of his dental colleagues will be making the trip to Knoxville on Friday, January 31st and staying until the evening of Sunday, February 2nd. During this time, they will be providing medical care for about 12 hours on Saturday and most of the day on Sunday. Dr. Goldstein will be performing basic dental care services that include:
As a returning volunteer, Dr. Goldstein says he looks forward to once again giving back to the community by helping those in need feel confident in their smiles, as well as connecting and reconnecting with his dental peers.
For more information about RAM®, click here: www.ramusa.org.
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May 18, 2011
I recently returned from a weekend mission in Anderson County Tennessee and wanted to share my experiences with you.
After watching a feature story on 60 Minutes last year about RAM (Remote Area Medical) I immediately decided to join the organization.
RAM is the brainchild of Mr. Stan Brock. You may remember him from Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom on Sunday nights. Armed with a DC-3 airplane, supplies, equipment and a host of volunteers, his goal was to fly into remote areas of the world and provide medical and dental care to the underserved. After successfully doing so Mr. Brock realized that much of this work needed to be done at home. Throughout the year the organization travels to different areas of the U.S. to treat the less fortunate.
On the weekend of April 30th- May1 2011, over 400 volunteers (among them 30-40 dentists) assembled and created a dental and medical clinic at the First Baptist Church in Clinton Tennessee. During those 2 days approximately 900 patients were seen who received such services as cleanings, fillings and extractions. Unfortunately due to the level of dental disease down there most of the work entailed extractions. In less than a 2 day span a total of 1400 extractions were done!
Although the days were long and exhausting, my colleagues and I were happy to serve these fine folks who would otherwise have no access to care. This was truly a life changing experience for me. Going forward I plan to do one to two missions a year.
For more information about this organization please visit www.ramusa.org
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