Free service puts a smile on the needy


PETALING JAYA: Three years ago, dentist Dr Abu Razali Saini was volunteering to feed the homeless in Chow Kit when he realised that he could bring a new smile to their lives.

Noticing how they suffered from poor dental care, Dr Abu Razali, who is deputy president of the Islamic Dental Association of Malaysia, decided to start an initiative to provide free treatment to marginalised groups.

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