Lydia Acuchi, 2, is drawn by the curious sight of her sister Leticia Acuchi, 10, being examined by host dentist John Deviny. The Acuchi family paid a visit to the Smilemobile, a 40-foot mobile dental clinic sponsored by the Washington Dental Service, during its stay at the Franklin-Pierce Headstart in Parkland Wednesday. Volunteer dental professionals will provide treatments, including fillings and sealants, for the next six days. The Smilemobile has a full slate of appointments for this visit but will be returning in August. (Drew Perine/The News Tribune)
Lydia Acuchi, 2, is drawn by the curious sight of her sister Leticia Acuchi, 10, being examined by host dentist John Deviny. The Acuchi family paid a visit to the Smilemobile, a 40-foot mobile dental clinic sponsored by the Washington Dental Service, during its stay at the Franklin-Pierce Headstart in Parkland Wednesday. Volunteer dental professionals will provide treatments, including fillings and sealants, for the next six days. The Smilemobile has a full slate of appointments for this visit but will be returning in August. (Drew Perine/The News Tribune) Drew Perine file photo
Lydia Acuchi, 2, is drawn by the curious sight of her sister Leticia Acuchi, 10, being examined by host dentist John Deviny. The Acuchi family paid a visit to the Smilemobile, a 40-foot mobile dental clinic sponsored by the Washington Dental Service, during its stay at the Franklin-Pierce Headstart in Parkland Wednesday. Volunteer dental professionals will provide treatments, including fillings and sealants, for the next six days. The Smilemobile has a full slate of appointments for this visit but will be returning in August. (Drew Perine/The News Tribune) Drew Perine file photo

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