In today's edition of the "Good Stuff," a Chicago dentist helps a homeless veteran improve his smile and the man pays the generosity forward. CNN's Chris Cuomo reports.
Melvin Bridgmon spent ten years homeless and it damaged his health, his self-esteem, and also his teeth.
"I was afraid to go a lot of places, afraid to speak out in public," Bridgmon said.
That was until Manus Dental in Chicago stepped in to help the man with their program "Grant a Smile."
The office provides free dental care to veterans who need it.
Now, Bridgmon has a brand new toothy grin and a new outlook on life.
He has even started his own nonprofit to help other homeless people around the Chicago area.
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