HUBBARD, Ohio (WKBN) – Braydich Dental will provide donations from teeth-whitening services to a local Down syndrome organization.
Braydich Dental operates the annual Smiles for Charity Drive and selects a new nonprofit or beneficiary every year. This year’s drive begins March 1 and ends June 30. During the program, patients donate $100 to charity in exchange for a whitening session at Braydich Dental.
“We have given thousands of dollars to children’s charities and animal charities over the past 14 years,” said Dr. Mark Braydich of Braydich Dental. “It’s just another way we look to support those who care for others. We are blessed and look forward to helping others since so many have helped us.”
All of the teeth whitening proceeds collected during the drive will go directly to Down Syndrome Association of the Valley. The organization, located in Boardman, Ohio, serves eastern Ohio and western Pennsylvania. Currently, at the half-way point of the promotion, over $11,000 has been raised for DSAV. Braydich Dental hopes to raise $25,000.
According to the press release, participants will receive custom whitening trays fitted to their upper and lower teeth and enough whitening gel to whiten their teeth by five to seven shades. The drive is available to patients and non-patients of Braydich Dental. The office uses an Opalescence teeth whitening system that can erase deep stains with little sensitivity to the patient.
“If you want whiter teeth, come in, make your donation and you are on your way. It’s that simple,” Dr. Braydich said. “Our patients are proud to be associated with a dental team that goes out and actively seeks to be involved in helping the community.”
Braydich Dental provides dental implants, short-term orthodontic solutions like Invisalign and Six Month Smiles, sleep apnea treatment and gum disease treatment.
To review the comprehensive services or to see teeth whitening treatments, visit their website or call 330-568-5654 for more information.