Three Smile for a Lifetime Orthodontic Scholarships to be Awarded in Sacramento by Image Orthodontics

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Image Orthodontics and Drs. Yan Kalika & Thomas Iverson are changing lives through the gift of a smile. Three new Smile for a Lifetime Scholars will be awarded orthodontic scholarships soon!

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'Braces can help lift the self-esteem of a child immeasurably and we are thrilled to be able to offer this.' ---Andrey Zhuravel S4L Program Director--Image Orthodontics

Image Orthodontics has chosen its first three children to receive full orthodontic scholarships through Smile for a Lifetime. Smile for a Lifetime (S4L) is a non-profit organization that selects six applicants, up to the age of 18, to receive full orthodontic treatment for free in the greater Sacramento Area at an Image Orthodontics office. "We have always been community focused and are excited to serve our community doing what we excel at: providing beautiful smiles," stated Rachelle Doyle, Marketing Coordinator for Image Orthodontics.

Smile for a Lifetime strives to create self confident in deserving, under-served children in the local community. "Braces can help lift the self-esteem of a child immeasurably and we are thrilled to be able to offer this," said Andrey Zhuravel, Smile for a Lifetime program Director. Children are encouraged to continue submitting applications as three more winners will be selected before the end of the year. The deadline for the next round of applications is October 31 2014. Children are selected based on several criteria including; community involvement, grades and extra curricular activities. There are financial qualifications and the process is competitive. Applications can be found on Image Orthodontics website.

For more information or to submit an application please visit http://www.imageorthodontics.com and click on the Smile for a Lifetime logo.

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