byte launches The byte Foundation at the Los Angeles LGBT Center's Annual Conference

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The byte Foundation’s mission is to increase dental awareness and demonstrate the impact a beautiful smile can have on one’s confidence and self-esteem.

At-home invisible aligner company, byte, announced the official launch of The byte Foundation at the 26th annual Models of Pride conference, hosted by the Los Angeles LGBT Center, held on Saturday, October 20, 2018 at the California State University, Los Angeles campus. More than 1,500 lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth along with their allies were in attendance from over 150 U.S. cities and more than 200 schools nationwide. Through the use of their byte “Invisible Aligner System,” The byte Foundation showcased its support for the LGBT Center’s Health Services arm by providing free orthodontic and cosmetic treatment to those most in need, helping individuals walk in newfound confidence, one smile at a time.

The byte Foundation’s mission is to increase dental awareness and demonstrate the impact a beautiful smile can have on one’s confidence and self-esteem. Its goal is to help put smiles on the faces of those who need it the most by providing free services and assistance to individuals who otherwise would not be able to afford such access to dental care. Backed by studies in psychological, orthodontic, and socioeconomic fields, The byte Foundation’s initiatives are focused on minimizing the adverse mental effects poor dental conditions can create in an increasingly image-focused world.

About byte: byte is disrupting the orthodontic industry with direct-to-consumer, at-home invisible aligners. They are changing the way people achieve a beautiful smile by offering the same professional results in half the time and cost of traditional braces and aligner systems.

byte’s Chief Cosmetic Officer, and Co-Founder of The byte Foundation, Dr. Jon Marashi, has spent years designing smiles for Hollywood’s most beautiful faces and is the creator of their exclusive Smile Science system, which takes into consideration the overall proportion and symmetry of one’s face when custom designing their smile. He is bridging the gap and making the inaccessible, accessible and with the byte foundation is taking his mission even further. “It’s in our mission to also provide dental services for those in need since sometimes a little help on the outside can go a long way for how someone feels on the inside,“ stated Dr. Jon Marashi.

Visit http://www.thebytefoundation.org to learn more about The byte Foundation.

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