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Dr. Warshawsky recognized as a 2013 Dentist of Distinction
Get It Straight is proud to partner with National Children's Oral Health Foundation: America's ToothFairy (NCOHF) to combat pediatric dental disease, a silent epidemic hurting children.
Pediatric dental disease, more commonly known as tooth decay, is recognized as the number-one chronic childhood illness. Statistics show that 50% of children will develop tooth decay by the third grade and 86% by age 17. Suffering in severe pain from the disease, millions of children are unable to eat, sleep, or concentrate in school. Left untreated, rampant tooth decay causes pain, low self-esteem, sleep deprivation, malnourishment, and dangerous infections. Statistics show that 50% of children will suffer from tooth decay by the third grade and 86% will have tooth decay by age 17. Inhibiting a child's ability to grow and learn, tooth decay and gum disease can also lead to lifelong health problems and limited employment potential.
Dr. Warshawsky has been recognized as a Dentist of Distinction for taking a leadership role in improving children's oral health in his community by providing critical services to needy teens through the Tomorrow's SMILES program. To learn more about this program or recommend a teen for the Tomorrow's SMILES program, visit www.TomorrowsSMILES.org.
Face the Future Foundation
Dr. Warshawsky is proud to partner with the Face the Future Foundation. Face the Future works to transform the lives of Chicago-area children with cleft palate and craniofacial anomalies by facilitating access to state-of-the-art medical care and by supporting related research and education. Their mission throughout the years has remained steadfast and true: to help our local children with craniofacial anomalies build brighter futures.
Face the Future Foundation is dedicated to expanding healthcare access for craniofacial conditions to underserved children throughout the Chicago area. Through the funding of research and cutting-edge technology that will lead to new treatments for these children, their goal is to raise awareness about craniofacial anomalies to the general public. Learn more at https://facethefuturefoundation.org/