Clark Orthodontists Raise Money To Battle Breast Cancer

Patients and staff members at Bosonac Orthodontics are sporting pink in an effort to raise awareness of breast cancer. (Photo courtesy of Bosonac Orthodontics)

CLARK – From now through the end of October, a pair of Clark orthodontists are trying to raise breast cancer awareness and raise money for the Susan G. Komen Foundation.

Staff members at Bosonac Orthodontics at 979 Raritan Road are wearing pink gloves and masks, and patients receive pink bibs and pink and white cups when it’s time to rinse their mouths.

Every patient who wears pink to their office visit will have a chance to pick a rubber “lucky duck” and win a small prize promoting breast cancer awareness. Patients can also pay $1 to write their name on a pink ribbon that will be displayed in the office through the end of October. Drs. Brian and Stephen Bosonac plan to match the total amount donated. For a $10 donation, patients will receive a special pink t-shirt.

“We not only straighten teeth, we support a good cause,” said Linda Favor, a staff member who is organizing Bosonac Orthodontics’ breast cancer awareness project.

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