September 7th, 2018
School is back in session in the Valley of the Sun and that can mean only one thing: the return of the Robison Orthodontics – Back to School Special. Through September, in addition to offering free consultations to their valued patients, students who start full treatment can receive $500 off and teachers who begin a full treatment can receive $1,000 off.
Prior to starting treatment, the technicians will use the Itero digital scanner to simulate the outcome and they will create digital scans for Invisalign patients. For people who are unfamiliar with this option, the friendly and caring staff at Robison Orthodontics will be happy to explain the benefits of Invisalign.
Students Starting Full Treatment Can Receive $500 Off and Teachers Who Begin Treatment Can Receive $1,000 Off
“If they start treatment before the end of the year they may receive a free iPad and $200 donation to their school,” the spokesperson noted, adding that this generous offer is valid for new patients who mention this promotion upon starting treatment.
In addition to the Back to School Special that is underway at Robison Orthodontics, they are also gearing up for the popular annual Candy Buy Back event.
The temperatures may still be on the warm side in the Gilbert area, but Dr. Tyler Robison and his staff know that Halloween is right around the corner—and that many of their young patients will collect lots of candy while trick or treating.
To entice children to trade in the candy for money—and keep all that sugar away from their teeth and orthodontia—Robison Orthodontics will launch the 15th annual Candy Buy Back program.
Between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. on November 1, kids can bring their candy into the office and get paid $1 per pound for the sugary goodies. Their school will also receive $1 for each pound that is donated. Children can donate up to 5 pounds of treats, the spokesperson noted, and the school with the largest participation will receive $500.
The donated candy will be added to care packages that are sent to members of the military through the Packages from Home program.