Disney-Themed Elastics, Aligning Smiles with a Touch of Magic

Disney’s Second Collaboration With WildSmiles Braces on New Elastics Collection

Designer braces supplier now offering Disney-themed elastics, aligning smiles with a touch of magic!

What: In its second collaboration with Disney and in honor of Walt Disney World’s 50th Anniversary Celebration, WildSmiles Braces, an innovative supplier of unique patented bracket shapes, is announcing its newest collection of Disney-themed elastics. The elastics come as an addition to the Disney collection including brackets in the shape of the iconic Mickey Mouse ears. The Disney-themed bag of durable, flexible, and fun elastics feature beloved characters from Woody and Jessie, Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head, Mickey and Minnie, and more. The colored intraoral elastics come in boxes of latex and latex-free, fitting any child’s treatment needs. Each box of elastics comes in a variety of sizes containing 50 bags of 100 elastics.

When/Where: Patients who know their elastic prescription can order the new Disney-themed elastics on the WildSmiles website at wildsmilesbraces.com/disney-elastics or request them from their orthodontic provider. Patients interested in signing on with WildSmiles Braces can find their nearest provider at wildsmilesbraces.com.

Who: WildSmiles Disney-themed elastics are available to any patient with braces who is ready to take that next step in their orthodontic treatment by introducing elastic bands to properly align their smile. If interested in receiving WildSmiles brackets, patients can contact their local orthodontist and request for them to become a provider.

About WildSmiles:

WildSmiles’ patented designs 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. 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.

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