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HOUSTON – The new Ronald McDonald Care mobile unit was unveiled last week. It’s pretty much a dentist office on wheels. The UT Health School of Dentistry, along with the Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Greater Houston and Galveston area helped bring it to the Bayou City.

The unit will be fully staffed with supplies and personnel from the UT Health School of Dentistry. They’ll be able to provide preventative care and treatment to children and teens throughout the Houston and Galveston area.

The new unit is larger than their previous one, which is a good thing because more space means more patients.