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Find out how this 4th generation Prosthodontist helps ‘little brothers and sisters’ and how you can, too. #FeelGoodFriday

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How the legacy began

First Dr. Bruno Sharp created a product line that is made in the USA, and is gluten free, has no artificial colors or flavors, is vegan, non-GMO, alcohol free, and never tested on animals.

Then, the Coconut Grove Prosthodontist specialist with more than 20 years in practice found a way to share those oral care products with children to help them get their best start with oral hygiene care and create good lifelong habits in caring for their teeth.

TheDailyFloss-Benco-Dental-Dr-Sharp- NPH -InternationalDr. Sharp Natural Oral Care has been contributing to Nuestros Pequenos Hermanos (Spanish for “Our Little Brothers and Sisters”) International  missions in Latin American countries including Bolivia, the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua and Peru since 2010 by donating Dr. Sharp children’s toothpastes and mouthwash to numerous underprivileged children in the deserving communities.

From Dr. Bruno Sharp Himself

Recently, Dr. Bruno Sharp shared a bit about the non-profit organization founded in 1954 in the hopes of inspiring support for their efforts:

“This amazing charity is inspired by christian values and strives to create a loving and safe family environment for vulnerable children living in extreme conditions. Through comprehensive education, healthcare and spiritual formation they give the children the opportunity to develop their potential, shaping better futures for themselves, their families and their communities since 1955. NPH International provides love and security, they stress the importance of education, and teach the values of sharing, work and responsibility.

Education is a priority. It is one of the most important tools NPH can give the children in order to break the cycle of poverty affecting their lives and to help them become independent adults. Some pequeños excel at academics and strive to earn university scholarships. Others receive vocational training in one of many trades including ceramics, carpentry, cosmetology, tourism, computer sciences, electronics, child care, and animal husbandry. NPH is currently raising more than 3,200 children in Bolivia, the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua and Peru. An additional 2,300 students receive scholarships, meals and health care. Over 100,000 services were provided through community outreach programs in 2016.”

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