For five years, Dr. Crissy Markova and the smile squad at the Virginia Center for Orthodontics have been giving patients reasons to smile — and not just because of the state-of-the-art orthodontic care, but because they specialize in making going to the orthodontist fun.
On January 31, they’ll give them yet another reason to smile: VCO is hosting a free special event to demonstrate the benefits of Inbrace, also known as “hidden braces.” Smiling yet? How about a $1,000-off offer for signing up for hidden braces during this one-day special event?
Unlike other braces, the hidden braces are just that, hidden from view, as they are inserted behind the teeth, not in front. Compared to clear trays, hidden braces do not require you to take any tray in and out when eating. Since the braces are working 100% of the time, the time frame is usually 6 months faster than clear trays! Patients can achieve a complete orthodontic treatment as quickly as possible and with minimal impact on lifestyle, which makes hidden braces ideal for professional adults.
The Harvard-trained Dr. Markova and her staff use cutting-edge orthodontic equipment to customize each set of hidden braces with a 3-D scan and 3-D printing technology (plus, a robot bends a special custom wire!). This results in fewer follow-up appointments. Learn more about the process and the $1,000 off offer at here.
Start the journey to a winning smile with a free consultation on Friday, January 31, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Spaces are limited so call the office at 703-774-3070 soon. VCO is at 1600 Wilson Blvd., Suite 810, convenient to both Courthouse and Rosslyn Metro stations.
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