Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Dr. Roland K. Fulcher of Lowcountry Orthodontics is holding an essay contest in exchange for a free set of braces
Dr. Roland K. Fulcher of Lowcountry Orthodontics in Summerville, is holding an essay contest where one student will have the chance to get a free set of braces, including all records, appointments and retainers.
The contest, called “What a Perfect Smile Would Mean to Me” is for full time students including college, who will have the opportunity to submit an essay for the chance to win a free set of silver braces. The students would write an essay at any length explaining what a perfect smile would mean to them. It must be truthful and written by the student.
The Summerville Orthodontist is holding the essay contest as a way of giving back to the Lowcountry.
“I’ve been in practice for over 22 years and I’ve seen children come in and out of my office who need braces, but just can’t afford them”, says Dr. Fulcher. “This is just one of the ways that we feel we can help those in our community who need it.” he said.
The contest deadline to submit entries is May 3, 2013. Students can get an entry form for the essay, which will explain the rules by visiting www.fulcherortho.com or calling the office at (843) 695-9519.
About Dr. Roland K. Fulcher, D.M.D.
Dr. Roland K. Fulcher is a Board Certified Orthodontist who has distinguished himself in his profession as well as in his home community over the years. He graduated class valedictorian from the College of Dental Medicine at MUSC, where he received his Doctor of Dental Medicine degree. Dr. Fulcher obtained his Certificate of Specialty in Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics from Emory University. He has taught orthodontics at the Medical University of SC as a part time member of the faculty since 1990.
He has practiced in Summerville since 1989 and also has an office in Goose Creek.
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