Orthodontic Experts launches 2019 Braces Giveaway campaign

  • Orthodontic Experts 2019 Braces Giveaway campaign will donate 14 free braces treatments.

    Orthodontic Experts 2019 Braces Giveaway campaign will donate 14 free braces treatments. Courtesy of Orthodontic Experts Team

Submitted by Ben Weisberg
Posted11/18/2019 2:24 PM

Orthodontic Experts has announced its 2019 Braces Giveaway campaign.

"This year we will be donating 14 full orthodontic treatments to children in need, allowing us to provide the magical gift of a smile, whether it is for you or someone you know who needs braces, but can't afford them," said Dr. Yarmolyuk, founder and president of Orthodontic Experts.


The participants must provide an essay explaining why they deserve a new smile and submit it via Orthodontic Experts' website. In order to enter, participants must be younger than 18. The campaign will conclude on Christmas Eve.

Orthodontic Experts provides this opportunity to young people, as they believe it's important to feel good about yourself, and that a confident, healthy smile is key.

Through orthodontic treatment, problems like overly crowded teeth, widely spaced teeth, overbites or underbites, incorrect jaw position and disorders of the jaw are corrected.

"Orthodontic Experts is all about giving back to the community, and if you think that you qualify under any of these conditions and want to give your smile a boost, then this is a great opportunity to enter and win proper care," Dr. Yarmolyuk said.

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In order to participate in this campaign, visit www.orthodonticexperts.com/braces-giveaway for all the rules and contest submissions. Essays must be submitted no later than Monday, Dec. 16. Winners will be announced Christmas Eve.

For more information about Orthodontic Experts, call (855) 720-2470 or email appointments@orthodonticexperts.com.

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