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Lenny Kravitz oversees second free dental medical mission in Eleuthera
Oct 22, 2016 - 11:03:14 AM

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(Photo: Mathieu Bitton)

ELEUTHERA, Bahamas - The GLO Good Foundation and Lenny Kravitz's Let Love Rule Foundation have teamed up in Eleuthera "for the second time to provide oral health care, education, and tools to adults and children in need, giving them the gift of a healthy smile," says the GLO Good Foundation website.  

The website also states, "Many Eleutherans lack access to dental care and are suffering as a result. A team of GLO Good dental professionals from the USA will provide oral health treatment, tools, and education to passionate, hardworking Eleutherans in need. The foundation's say that they aim to provide dental treatment to 100+ adults and children, and education and tools to hundreds more."

In December 2015, Bahamian authorities interrupted the dental exercise.  The photos seen here were posted to Kravitz' facebook page yesterday and today.

"The smile is one of life’s greatest gifts. We smile when we are happy, when we do something good, when something is funny, and when we say hello and goodbye. We smile when we’re in love. It’s a universal form of communication and will never go out of style."

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