Adirondack Orthodontics giving free braces to 25 children — 4 details

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Sergey Berenshteyn, DDS, and his team at Albany, N.Y.-based Adirondack Orthodontics is partnering with nonprofit Smiles Changes Lives to provide free dental work to kids in need, News10 reports.
Here are four details:

1. The practice will give up to 25 local children braces, which can typically cost from $5,000 to $6,500.

2. Orthodontists will see the patients on a monthly basis until treatment is complete. They will continue following up with the patients for several years.

3. Families can apply for consideration by completing a brief online form on the practice's website. Select applicants will be invited to a screening event at Adirondack Orthodontics in Latham Oct. 20.

4. This will be Adirondack Orthodontics' largest donation of orthodontic work. The practice previously gave local hockey players free mouth guards.

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