Dr. Fatmi and the staff at Regency Court Dentistry was featured in a local The Boca Raton Tribune article by Fred Hamilton. The article highlights the outreach work that Boca Raton Dentist Dr. Fatmi and the friendly staff at Regency Court Dentistry provides to the local Florence Fuller Child Development Centers in Boca Raton. To read the entire article you can download the article here or view it online at http://www.bocaratontribune.com/.
Every Thursday, between seeing patients, Dr. Naved Fatmi and his staff can be found at Florence Fuller Child Development Center where they educate and promote the importance of oral health and offer fluoride treatment to young patients to guard against cavities.
“What they do is very important to us because most of the families are low income families and they do not readily have access to dental care,” said Stephanie Ellis, director of clinical services.
Knowing that oral health problems are the No. 1 cause of missed school days and that good oral health is a key component of overall health, Fatmi wanted to do his part.
“We know that the mouth is the gateway to the body so getting oral health care early is very important for general health,” said Fatmi, who has built his practice on one simple premise: Provide every patient with optimum lifetime dental care.