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Capital Region Kids Get Free Braces
Clifton Park Orthodontics Guarding Shen Hockey Players
Clifton Park Orthodontics once again provided 28 molded mouth guards for Shenendehowa ice hockey team at no cost to the team or the parents. Click here to read the full article
Adirondack Orthodontics Hosts Braces Screening Event
Adirondack Orthodontics teamed up with Smiles Change Lives, for what organizers say is the Capital Region’s largest-ever donation of braces. Click here to read the article.
Need braces? A local dentist is giving away 25 sets
Adirondack Orthodontics teamed up with international nonprofit organization Smiles Change Lives to screen 100 children for free orthodontic care and braces. Click here to read the article.
Local dentist giving away free braces
An orthodontist in the Capital Region is cutting the bill and making it easier for parents to be able to afford dental work for their kids. Click here to read the article.
Guilderland Teens Apprentice with Orthodontist
Dr. Berenshteyn recently recognized his parents’ tenacity and hustle in two teenagers, both Guilderland High School students, both patients of his. And both are the children of immigrants. When they told Berenshteyn they wanted to learn to be orthodontists, he created paid apprenticeships for each of them. Click here to read the article.
3-D images replace putty-like molds in Capital Region orthodontist offices
Dr. Sergey Berenshteyn of Adirondack Orthodontics invested in an oral scanner in September for his Guilderland office, one of three that he operates in the Capital Region. He gave the Times Union a demonstration of his digital scanner on Ryan Williams, a 29-year-old patient being fitted for clear braces. Williams lives in Clifton Park, but chose to go to Berenshteyn’s office strictly to avoid the traditional molds. Click here to read the article.
Technology has orthodontists ‘bracing’ for the future
Anyone who has worn braces to straighten their teeth knows about the molds necessary to plan the treatment. For many, that part of the process is
awful. The mold material is gooey and can make you gag. Those molds are going the way of the steam engine thanks to computers.
10 years after moving to U.S., Guilderland High senior has laid groundwork for promising career
GUILDERLAND — When 18-year-old Anastasya Prigorodova moved to the U.S. from Uzbekistan 10 years ago, she learned to speak English by writing new words onto cards that she posted around her room. She would leave each one up until she knew the word and how it was spelled. Within a year, she said she was…
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