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Chatham Dentist Helping Victims of Domestic Violence Smile Again

Dr. Allyson Hurley, Chatham dentist, is participating in the Give Back A Smile program that helps domestic violence victims

Want a whiter smile? Great news- you can have a beautiful smile while also healing the effects of domestic violence through a special whitening fundrasier hosted by Dr. Allyson Hurley, Chatham dentist.

Dr. Hurley is participating in the Give Back A Smile (GBAS) Whitening Fundraiser, which helps survivors of domestic and sexual violence who have suffered dental injuries. One hundred percent of the proceeds from the fundraiser are donated directly to GBAS, which is the premier program of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD) Charitable Foundation.

One hundred percent of your whitening cost will help survivors of domestic and sexual violence receive life-changing smile restorations through the GBAS program. Dr. Hurley has participated in the Give Back A Smile program in the past, meeting with Directors of Shelters throughout New Jersey to educate them about the program.

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“Your smile says a lot about you, so it’s important that you maintain it,” Dr. Hurley said. “Teeth whitening is the simplest and easiest way to take years off your appearance. In fact, AACD research shows that the smile is the first thing a person remembers upon meeting you. Participating in our fundraiser, you can get a great smile- and help someone else smile again.”

Payments are made directly to GBAS. Please call Dr. Allyson Hurley’s office at 973-701-7777. The office is located at 585 Main St. in Chatham. You do not need to be a patient of Dr. Hurley’s to participate in the program. Please call 973-701-7777 to ask how you can participate in the whitening fundraiser. It’s a win-win. You get a whiter brighter smile, while giving back.

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