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Stuart Curry Dentistry Celebrates 300th Invisalign Patient

Oct 13, 2020 (AB Digital via COMTEX) — Birmingham, AL – Stuart Curry Dentistry, one of the fastest-growing dentists in Birmingham AL, is today proud to announce that they have recently completed their 300th Invisalign procedure for another delighted patient. This is a significant milestone and is further evidence that the company is one of the leading providers of Invisalign in Birmingham, AL. 

Invisalign straightens teeth using a series of nearly invisible, removable aligners that are custom-made specifically for an individual’s teeth. As the treatment progresses, the aligner is replaced every week, to adjust as your teeth will move.

“We have built our company into one of the biggest dentists in Birmingham, Alabama, thanks to the hard work of our staff, their dedication and commitment to giving our patients the best dental treatments available,” said Dr. Stuart Curry of Stuart Curry Dentistry. “Invisalign is one of our most popular treatments, thanks to the outstanding results it delivers every time, and to hit 300 treatments is a notable landmark. We are getting more and more inquiries every day, and we expect to complete our next 300 treatments even quicker.”

Stuart Curry Dentistry is a locally owned and operated company located in Birmingham, Alabama. Their focus is to put a healthy smile, attractive features, and patient comfort at the forefront of their practice. They provide General as well as Cosmetic Dentistry to help patients reach their full potential and to give them every opportunity to make a good first and lasting impression every day. They work with their patients to develop a program to achieve and maintain an optimal level of dental health and to develop a customized plan to improve, or create, a beautiful smile that looks good and functions well.

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