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Dr. Paul & Benjamin Ganjian of Next Generation Dental have been recognized as an Invisalign Premier Pr vider, placing them among the top five percent of Invisalign practitioners in North America. Each year, Align Technology, Inc., the inventor of Invisalign, a clear, removable method of straightening teeth without wires and brackets, will award Premier Provider status to a select group of Invisalign practitioners in the U.S. and Canada. To qualify, doctors must demonstrate an exceptional level of Invisalign experience and meet Invisalign clinical education requirements. Align launched the Invisalign Premier Provider program in 2005, making Dr.Ganjian one of the program’s inaugural members.

“Premier Provider status indicates to our patients and to the community that not only are we among the most experienced Invisalign practices in the country, but we are also committed to staying current with the latest Invisalign treatment techniques,” said Dr. Ganjian. “That leadership reflects the standard of care that patients can expect from our practice.”

Dr. Ganjian has been practicing for more than seven years and has been treating patients with Invisalign since 2000. Invisalign is a nearly invisible, comfortable, and convenient treatment option for patients who want straighter teeth. To learn more about Invisalign or to schedule a consultation, please call Dr. Ganjian at Next Generation Dental or visit http://www.nxdental.com

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