Eight employees of the Berlin dental practice KU64 treated children in South Africa KU64/01.03.2011 – the team of dentists, dental assistants, and a prevention specialist to dentists Dr. Stephan Ziegler is back. For seven days the staff of the Berlin dental practice KU64 in place the 160 km away from Cape Town had treated 100 volunteer students of an elementary school, as well as 60 adults need Paternoster Bay. 200 fillings, 120 extractions and countless sealants: This is the balance of this year’s mission, because after the first treatment Marathon 2009, this was the second visit of KU64 employees in Paternoster Bay – already, and the third is planned for January 2012 already. “Yes, a stated goal of the project is sustainability”, so dentist and KU64 owner Dr. Stephan Ziegler. “Eventually we want to here a valuable contribution to the long-term health of children in Paternoster Bay.
Accordingly are dentistry and prevention in our treatments in the first place? And so it was with the children also diligently correct tooth brushing practiced – because effective oral hygiene is also at this end of the world the best protection against caries and periodontal disease. That such an action only with the help of strong partners is possible, is obvious: the usage was supported in the WESTCOAST KIDS (www.westcoastkids.co.za) aid project by the nonprofit Laureate Foundation. Numerous partners from the dental sector have promoted commitment KU64 with generous donations including the Henry Bill dental Depot, the MIP GmbH, the smile design dental laboratory, the VOCO GmbH, the company 3 M ESPE, Curaprox, Onedroponly, CAMLOG, MIP, multi-com.biz and Resorba and the Ivoclar Vivadent GmbH. But also non-medical companies, such as, for example, the trading plan AG, belong to the supporters of the action or the Strandloper sea Villas, which sponsored the 3 houses KU64, where the team of KU64 was housed during the entire period of treatment. For all those that get yourself a picture of the project and the work carried out in Paternoster Bay want to make an exhibition begins on the 28.03 in the dental practice at Kurfurstendamm 64 rooms with photos of young photographer Andrew Black, graduated from the Photoacademy of Udoh (Kurfurstendamm 170,), the KU64 team photographically has accompanied.
The vernissage will take place on the 27.03 at 19: 00. Its the dental specialists of KU64 committed in South Africa, also for children’s aid projects at the local level, E.g. for the Ark and the laughing hearts initiative, as well as for the children’s and youth departments of sports clubs Reinickendorfer Fuchse and Berlin rebels. In addition KU64 equips all schools and swimming pools in Berlin since December 2010 with SOS dental rescue boxes for the salvation and preservation of knocked out teeth.