CINCINNATI -- The Cincinnati Bengals are pitching in to help underprivileged local children get the dental care they need.
The Bengals are teaming up with TeamSmile and 3M ESPE Dental for a day of free dental care for students at Cincinnati Public Schools and Covington Local School Districts.
Organizers said 100 dental professionals, students and volunteers will be providing care to 300 local children at Paul Brown Stadium.
During the event, the kids will be treated to visits from the Bengals mascot and cheerleaders, and a potential visit from several players.
In additional to the dental care, students will also be taught the importance of good dental hygiene.
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