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Dr. Salivonchik Supports Cancer Patients and Cancer Research with Teeth Whitening

March 7, 2014

Why is teeth whitening so popular with patients today? It’s popular because a white smile sends a positive message to others and helps you feel more confident. Don’t let stains caused by age, tobacco use, or the foods and drinks you consume keep you from sharing your smile with friends and family.

At Dr. Salivonchik’s Coplay dental office, we can supply you with custom-made whitening trays and a special whitening gel. In just a matter of days, you’ll see the stains on your teeth disappear as your whiter smile emerges.

But you’re not just helping yourself when you see Dr. Salivonchik for teeth whitening. Dr. Salivonchik donates the money he receives for teeth whitening to the Children’s Cancer Research Fund. That simple action turns a cosmetic service into something that can make a big difference in the lives of many.

What inspired Dr. Salivonchik to do this? You can find out by watching this video.

When you come to us for help with teeth whitening, we’ll start by taking impressions of your teeth. Our lab will use these impressions to make your custom-made whitening trays. When your trays are ready, we’ll also give you a supply of whitening gel and explain how the whitening process works.

Are you fed up with the stains on your teeth? Call Dr. Salivonchik’s Coplay dental office to schedule an appointment with us. During your visit, we would be happy to talk to you about how teeth whitening works and how your money will help support cancer research. We offer teeth whitening to patients from Whitehall, Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton, The Poconos, and beyond.


Supporting Cancer Research and Whitening Teeth with Dr. Salivonchik

April 26, 2011

Zachary was only three years old when he was diagnosed with leukemia. A bright-eyed, curious boy, his parents initially thought he had the flu. But instead of sending him home with medicine, his doctor admitted him to the hospital for two weeks of transfusions and chemotherapy. During that time, Zachary lost his hair, but he never lost that energetic spark that everyone loved about him.

Since then, life has calmed down for Zachary and his family. Doctor appointments and monthly chemotherapy treatments are still a part of his life, but he’s in remission now.

And for Dr. Salivonchik, he’s even become a source of inspiration.

Inspired by Zachary’s Struggle

When Dr. Salivonchik learned that one of his little patients had been diagnosed with leukemia, he wanted to help. But what could he do?