A dentist in South Australia has been given a gift of $2,000 worth of dental equipment, including a toothbrush, dental floss and a dental implant.
Key points:The dentist was contacted by the ABC’s The Drum on Friday morningThe equipment was purchased from a local dental supply storeThe dentist said he was “surprised” when he received the packageMr Vosk said he would like to keep the gifts in his own homeThe dentist in Queensland, John Voski, received the items from a dental supply company on Friday.
“I’m shocked, it’s a lot of dental stuff, a lot,” Mr Vosko said.
“It’s just quite unexpected.”
The items were purchased from dental supply stores across the state, including in South Brisbane.
“There are lots of people who are dentists and they get dental supplies all the time,” he said.
The items are expected to arrive in his dental office on Tuesday, along with other dental supplies.
“This is just a great opportunity to give people the opportunity to get their hands on these,” Mr Sosko, the dentist, said.
Mr Vosek said his dentist is “surprising” to receive the items and he wanted to keep them in his home.
“My dental office is pretty small so it was kind of hard to get to this,” he told the ABC.
“You know when you’re in the office it’s very busy so I had to wait a bit longer to get the items, but I think it’s good that people have the opportunity of seeing it for themselves.”
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