In an exciting twist that goes beyond dental drills, Dr. Andrew Sproll, Principal Dentist at Empire Bay Dental, is taking to the stage in the Stars of the Central Coast 2024 dance challenge! This local fundraising event unites community leaders for a 10-12 week dance challenge, culminating in a spectacular performance to raise funds for Cancer Council NSW.
Stars of the Central Coast
Date: Friday, 31st May 2024
Venue: Laycock Street Theatre, Wyoming
Tickets for the main event are available here.
A Night of Neon Lights and Groovy Moves
But that’s not all – Dr. Sproll is amping up the excitement by hosting his own Electric ’80s Fundraising Extravaganza! It’s not just a night of ’80s tunes and groovy moves; it’s an additional way to support his fundraising efforts for the Stars of the Central Coast.
Neon lights, iconic ’80s hits, funky dance moves, lucky door prizes and more – this night promises to be totally tubular!
Date: Friday, 22nd March 2024
Venue: The Sunken Monkey Hotel, 207 The Entrance Road, Erina
Time: 6:30 PM
Secure your tickets for the Electric ’80s Fundraising Extravaganza here.
Smile On Clinics Backing Dr. Sproll’s Dance for a Cancer-Free Future
As Dr. Sproll grooves to the ’80s beats, Smile On Clinics has his back. Local leaders in cosmetic dentistry and dental implants, their goal is to provide exceptional dental care in a friendly and caring environment. Committed and caring, the team at Smile On Clinics ensures world-class dental service in state-of-the-art, patient-centered facilities. Their premium dental practices are owned and operated by independent dentists, not a big corporate entity, and their primary purpose is to provide the most optimal care for patients.
“Dr. Sproll’s commitment to Stars of the Central Coast resonates deeply with our mission to extend care beyond the dental chair. We are immensely proud of his dedication to making a difference in our community. Smile On Clinics stands firmly behind him, and we’re excited to see the impact he makes – not only on the dance floor, but in the lives touched by his efforts.”
– Claudine Restom, General Manager, Smile On Clinics
Raising Awareness for Oral Cancer
As a dentist, Dr. Sproll actively screens for oral cancer, contributing to patient education and rehabilitation during and after cancer treatment.
- What does oral cancer look like? Early lesions can be painless while late symptoms can be associated with pain, discomfort, and limitation in function. Look out for mixed red-white lesions, swelling, persistent ulcers, or masses in the mouth.
- Who is likely to get oral cancer? Smoking and drinking alcohol remain significant risk factors. However, everyone, regardless of age, gender, or known risk factors, is in danger of developing oral cancer. Oral cancer is increasing in younger age groups, especially younger, Caucasian women, and a majority do not have the typical risk factors.
- So what can you do? It’s simple. Have your six-monthly check-up with your oral health professional. It is not just decay we are screening your mouth for, but also signs of oral cancer. Regular check-ups play a crucial role in early detection and improving survival rates.
Dr. Sproll is not just dancing for fun; he’s sparking change. Let’s join in cheering him on and make this journey an absolute blast!
Can’t make it to either event? You can still support his fundraising efforts by donating here.