Farmington Hills, Michigan (PressExposure) October 04, 2011 -- Dr. David Bradley owner of Studio 32, a luxury cosmetic dental studio located in Farmington Hills Michigan partnered with the Rhonda Walker Foundation for their annual etiquette seminar. The Rhonda Walker Foundation (RWF) was founded by channel 4 WDIV news anchor and Humanitarian Rhonda Walker. During this seminar, some of Metro Detroit's young adults were trained by instructors who provided them with the knowledge and skills to confidently and appropriately interact with other young adults and prepare for the future.
The mission of RWF is to empower inner city teen girls towards becoming strong, confident, successful and moral future leaders. The Rhonda Walker Foundation focuses on career and personal development through subprograms that address self-esteem, etiquette, health, career planning, college preparation, education, financial literacy, self-defense, community outreach, mental and emotional well-being, mentoring, public speaking, life skills and more.
The teens from the RWF received smile bags from Dr. David Bradley owner of Studio 32. These bags were filled with the necessities for proper oral hygiene. "At Studio 32, we believe in great looking healthy smiles. This is why we were excited to partner our children's smile initiative, Studio 32 Keeps Kids Smiling, with The Rhonda Walker Foundation to assist her amazing young ladies on a lifetime of healthy smiles," says Dr. David Bradley, Owner of Studio 32.
The Studio 32 Keeps Kids Smiling initiative was started by Dr. David Bradley owner of Studio 32 http://www.Studio32vip.com a cosmetic dental salon, located in Farmington Hills, Michigan, to provide dental services to our community's children. Dr. David Bradley and Studio 32's goal is to improve basic oral hygiene and promote a healthy smile by providing oral hygiene supplies such as toothbrushes, toothpaste, floss and educational materials to children in need. Additionally, they will provide trained volunteers to teach oral hygiene to parents and children.
Many needy children who lack good basic oral hygiene habits or dental care can have severe tooth decay and gum disease which may result in physical pain or discomfort. In many cases, this leads to low self-esteem. Early intervention with education for parent and child, plus basic oral hygiene supplies, can make a difference now and in the future.
"At Studio 32 we believe that all kids deserve to smile. We will do whatever it takes to assist Michigan children with preventative dental care products, healthy smile education and referral services" Said Dr.David Bradley, renowned dentist, and owner of luxury cosmetic dental salon Studio 32. Dr. Bradley through his initiative Studio 32 Keeps Kids Smiling has partnered with established mentor based organizations and schools throughout Michigan to provide their "Studio 32 Keeps Kids Smiling Kits" as well as other healthy smile educational materials.