In the Community
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Love Thy Neighbor
The Love Thy Neighbor is an annual event hosted by Drumright Dental Center to provide treatment to those who have no access to dental care, including fillings, extractions, cleanings, dentures and partials. In 2017, Drumright Dental Center donated more than $200,000 in free dentistry during Love Thy Neighbor.
Friday Night Lights
Last Year, we threw over 1500 t-shirts with our t-shirt cannon at high school football games We also purchased an Activity Bus for Drumright High School.
Pipeline Crossroads Bowl Football Tournament
Last year, we teamed up with Cushing Football to host the 3rd Annual Pipeline Crossroads Bowl Flag Football Tournament on Saturday, August 5, 2017. It was a great opportunity to support the neighboring community and to have some football fun!
Through the Pipeline Crossroads Bowl and other efforts, Drumright Dental Center and its team have raised more than $35,000 in the past two years.
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Dr. Burkett and staff are also volunteers at the Special Olympics Summer games each May in Stillwater, OK. “Once you experience Special Olympics, you will be hooked. You will want to help more local athletes be able to attend the most fabulous sporting event in the nation!” said Dr. Burkett. Special Olympics Oklahoma hosts the largest summer games in the nation with 5,100 athletes attending from across Oklahoma.
Dr. Burkett is the state’s Clinical Director for Special Smiles since 2013 and serves on Special Olympics Oklahoma Board of Directors. Special Smiles provides comprehensive oral health care information, including offering free dental screenings and instructions on correct brushing and flossing techniques, fluoride treatments, and custom mouth guards to athletes participating in Special Olympics. Each year in May, Dr. Burkett closes down his practices for two days and all of his staff attend the Special Olympic Summer Games. “It is our most rewarding day of our year.” said Dr. Burkett.