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Disney Collection orthodontic brackets

In a first-ever collaboration with Disney, WildSmiles Braces, a supplier of patented bracket shapes, has announced the exclusive release of a DisnIn a first-ever collaboration with Disney, WildSmiles Braces, a supplier of patented bracket shapes, has announced the exclusive release of a Disney Collection featuring new brackets in the shape of iconic Mickey Mouse ears. WildSmiles products are designed to enhance the orthodontic experience and empower patients of all ages to have fun and express personal creativity during their treatment, according to the company.ey Collection featuring new brackets in the shape of iconic Mickey Mouse ears.

“As an innovator in orthodontic treatment, we are thrilled to collaborate with Disney,” said WildSmiles founder Clarke Stevens, DDS, MS. “Mickey Mouse is a beloved character that inspires creativity and has always had a way of spreading ear-to-ear smiles for generations. That animated spirit reinforces the new fun perspective we have brought to orthodontic correction through the WildSmiles brand.”

WildSmiles takes traditional orthodontic treatment and provides an outlet for personal expression. The full Disney Collection also includes colored elastics featuring other popular Disney characters, such as Dory from “Finding Nemo” and Olaf from “Frozen.”

“The quality of a traditional orthodontic treatment plan doesn’t change with WildSmiles,” said Dallas orthodontist and WildSmiles provider Dr. Michael Ragan of Ragan Orthodontics. “We understand that sometimes kids and teens view braces as another hard part of growing up and may not consider them fun. But with WildSmiles, patients are able to feel confident in their smile and are excited about the orthodontic experience when they’re able to pick shapes that reflect their favorite team or passion.”

About WildSmiles

The patented designs of WildSmiles Braces (https://www.wildsmilesbraces.com) give patients a unique and fun experience to express personality and creativity through their smiles, mixing and matching charming shapes, fierce college logos and new magical Disney brackets help turn orthodontic correction into expression, according to the company.

Founder and orthodontist Dr. Clarke Stevens developed WildSmiles in 2002 after being inspired by a patient wearing a heart-shaped necklace. Since then, the designer braces company has been showcased at New York Fashion Week and gives back to aspiring orthodontists by providing students with scholarships for their education.

(Source: WildSmiles Braces)

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