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Chatham's Advanced Dentistry Offers Free Whitening with Charity Donation

Dr. Corina Atanase is offering free teeth whitening in exchange for a charitable donation - March through June - at Advanced Dentistry in Chatham Credits: Advanced Dentistry

CHATHAM, NJ – Dr. Corina Atanase of Advanced Dentistry in Chatham is offering free teeth whitening - March through June – through the Smiles for Life program, which benefits Family Promise.

Dr. Atanase has been involved with Family Promise for many years and 100 percent of the donation to Smiles for Life program goes directly to a family in need.

“I’ve been involved with Family Promise for a long time,” Dr. Atanase said. “They are a wonderful organization that helps keep families together as they get back on their feet. All money raised will be donated to Family Promise and make a huge difference in a child’s life.”

Advanced Dentistry is located at 33 Main Street in Chatham. For more information or to schedule an appointment, visit Advanced Dentistry’s website at: http://www.atanasesmiles.com/ or call 973-635-0626.

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