Dr. Karl Lange, left, is assisted by Ryan Smith as they provide dental services to veteran Scott Greiner at Mission Lexington in Lexington, Ky., Thursday evening, December 19, 2013. Photo by Matt Goins
Dr. Karl Lange, left, is assisted by Ryan Smith as they provide dental services to veteran Scott Greiner at Mission Lexington in Lexington, Ky., Thursday evening, December 19, 2013. Photo by Matt Goins Herald-Leader
Dr. Karl Lange, left, is assisted by Ryan Smith as they provide dental services to veteran Scott Greiner at Mission Lexington in Lexington, Ky., Thursday evening, December 19, 2013. Photo by Matt Goins Herald-Leader

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