Brace Yourself: Orthodontics and Sparkle? Oh Yes!

Sparkle Plenty Designs loves to feature our sparkling customers in this blog, and here’s one now — the very pretty team of a very popular orthodontist! Enjoy!

Tell us a little bit about yourself and your organization/business:
We are an orthodontic office … offices in Newport Beach and Laguna Beach California. Our wonderful doctor is John DiGiovanni, D.D.S., M.S. in practice for 20 years.

What made you decide to do bling shirts?
We have a full staff of 15 amazing ladies. We always have dressed alike … and it is sometimes difficult to find shirts that will fit and compliment us all … since we are of all sizes and shapes ! We decided that placing our fish logo in “bling” on the front of our shirts would be cute … and adding to the cuteness we thought that placing the word “Smile” on the back of the shirts would reflect what we do … to create beautiful, straight smiles for all our patients.

What did you think when you first saw your shirts — any feedback?
We love our shirts. We get compliments daily from patients, parents, other offices, and just about anyone who sees us either in our outside of our office.

Would you recommend doing bling to anyone else?
We have referred several people to you :) I believe the “bling” concept is fun and creative. An office, any office or any business is able to personalize and create a great looking shirt that reflects their expertise.

So happy to feature you in our sparkle spotlight – thank you!

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