Hubbard dentists donates to charity


A Hubbard dentist office is making a final push for its annual charity.

Braydich Dental started Smiles for Charity 10 years ago. They offer a $100 teeth whitening with all proceeds going to the Rich Center for Autism.

They met their original goal of getting $20,000 but are seeking an additional $5,000 in the final week.

“It’s awesome,” said Dr. Rudy Braydich. “But in respect to how much it takes to educate a child at the Rich Center, about $38,000 per year, it’s just a small portion of that. We’re just very thrilled that the community came together with us.”

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