Officials in Napoleon, Ohio are inviting the public to join Dental Excellence for a “Braces Bash” on Wednesday, May 22nd from 3 to 6 p.m. at the Dental Excellence of Napoleon office. Eric’s Ice Cream Truck will be at the event and patients will be given their choice of an ice cream treat when they come in for a free orthodontic screening. Screenings will be compliments of Dr. Robert Namay, Dental Excellence’s in-house orthodontist, and include a limited exam and x-ray imaging for evaluation purposes.
Dental Excellence is offering special event payment options and a chance to win a gift card tree for those attending the event.
“This is a fun, quick way for anyone from age six to adult to see if orthodontics are right for them,” says Dr. Namay. “People often think of orthodontics as cosmetic dentistry. I love giving patients a beautiful smile, but it’s so much more than that. Orthodontics can be used to create space for young patients’ teeth to grow in properly, correct bite issues, and help with headaches, chewing, and overall dental health.”
The Dental Excellence office is located at 875 Westmoreland Avenue, just north of Napoleon City Schools. The practice offers general, pediatric, and orthodontic dentistry.
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