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Sycamore Orthodontist Treats Patients to Movie

Orthodontist Dr. Todd Curtis began the holiday season celebration by treating his orthodontic patients to a special movie day Dec. 1 at Sycamore State Street Theater. 

Attendees filled two of the theater’s three viewing rooms to see “The Rise of the Guardians,” a family film featuring the characters Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny and the Tooth Fairy.

“Our practice is focused on families and improving the lives of people one smile at a time,” said Curtis according to a news release. “I really enjoy seeing all of the kids smiling when they exit the theater after watching the movie. It brings them so much happiness and I’m glad I get to share in that.”

More than 175 patients and parents viewed the movie while enjoying popcorn and soda, all provided by Curtis.

Attendees were asked to bring food donations in exchange for admission to the movie. More than 400 food items were collected and they will all be donated to local food pantries.

“I hope they all enjoyed the movie and the popcorn, but the Tooth Fairy did remind the kids to floss in the movie, I’m glad I’m not the only one reminding them!” said Curtis in the release.

Located in downtown Sycamore, Curtis has been providing professional and personal orthodontic care to children, adolescents and adults since 1987.

To learn more about the services offered by Curtis Orthodontics, visit www.CurtisOrtho.com or call 815-895-7660.

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