Dental hygenist Julie Roehrenbeck checks on Octavio Lucero, 8, before taking an X-ray on March 16 at the Volunteers in Medicine dental clinic on Hilton Head Island.
Dental hygenist Julie Roehrenbeck checks on Octavio Lucero, 8, before taking an X-ray on March 16 at the Volunteers in Medicine dental clinic on Hilton Head Island. Sarah Welliver/The Island Packet
Dental hygenist Julie Roehrenbeck checks on Octavio Lucero, 8, before taking an X-ray on March 16 at the Volunteers in Medicine dental clinic on Hilton Head Island. Sarah Welliver/The Island Packet

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