Four dental sales professionals from four dental supply companies are winners in the 2017 mid-year DentaCheques Sales Contest drawing. As of June 30, 2017 the winners have sold a combined total of 115 books, resulting in nearly $175,000 in dental care provided to vulnerable individuals. Revenue from sales of DentaCheques coupon books support free, comprehensive dental care provided through Dental Lifeline Network (DLN) programs to society’s most vulnerable people who have no other access to treatment.
Elizabeth Dygert, Patterson Dental, 55 books sold
Denise Smith, Henry Schein Dental, 37 books sold
Bill Michales, Dental Health Products, Inc., 16 books sold
MyShell Baker-Wilson, Benco Dental, 7 books sold
Grand prize winner Elizabeth Dygert of Patterson Dental explained, “Selling DentaCheques is a win-win for everyone. I get the pleasure of helping raise funds to provide dental care for those in need and my clients get incredible savings on supplies and equipment they use every day. It’s a great value for a good cause.”
“DentaCheques is a good program. My customers appreciate it and they know it helps people in need. It feels good to know I’m helping the less fortunate and I’m grateful to be part of it,” said Bill Michales of Dental Health Products Inc.
Sales professionals from participating supply companies earned one entry to the drawing per DentaCheques book sold during January 1 to June 30, 2017. Representatives of Benco Dental, Burkhart Dental, Dental Health Products, Inc., Henry Schein Dental, companies of NDC Dental, and Patterson Dental sell DentaCheques without compensation.
MyShell Baker-Wilson of Benco Dental added, “Not only do the proceeds from DentaCheques go toward a great cause, it’s an awesome way to get samples of new products into the doctor’s hands.”
Henry Schein Dental’s Denise Smith mentioned, “I love selling DentaCheques! I believe in it, it’s so important to help the misfortunate. Even though it takes some time out of my day to sell it, it’s worth it.”
DentaCheques sales throughout 2017 are projected to raise $1.48 million to financially support the delivery of dental care to thousands of vulnerable people through DLN and its Donated Dental Services (DDS) program. Over 15,000 dentists and 3,800 laboratories nationwide volunteer for DDS and donate care to people with disabilities or who are elderly or medically fragile.