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Celebrating Nurses and Healthcare Professionals

RxSmile Frisco Orthodontics Thanks Nurses with special May promo

"Nurses Make the Difference"

Each year the American Nurses Association promotes May as National Nurses Month, with National Nurses Week (May 6-12) highlighting this year’s theme “Nurses Make the Difference.” Doctors, Nurses, Hygienists, Technicians, Medical Assistants, Therapists, Paramedics, Pharmacists… you’re all essential members of America’s healthcare workforce, providing compassion and care through every stage of life, often times working with patients at their most vulnerable moments.

Let US take care of YOU!

RxSmile Frisco Orthodontics would like to take this opportunity to honor and celebrate the dedication and sacrifice nurses and healthcare professionals make each and every day! As a special “Thank You”, it’s our turn to take care of you and your family!

If you’re a Nurse or Healthcare Professional and interested in braces or Invisalign for yourself, or a family member, May is the time to SAVE BIG with $500 OFF treatment!

We know your time is precious, so we’ve made getting started easy with a one-stop Complimentary Consultation!

  • Meet with one of our Treatment Coordinators
  • Have Dr. Greenberg evaluate treatment options
  • Discuss transparent braces pricing and flexible financing options
  • Get all your questions answered in one appointment

No pressure, but if you decide to start your smile journey with us and sign a contract any time during May 2024, we’ll “Thank You” with $500 OFF your treatment!

RxSmile Orthodontics offers healthcare professionals $500 off treatment in May

We had a great experience at RxSmile. Mira was great! She answered all our questions and is very friendly, knowledgeable, and enthusiastic. She sent a video of herself by text the day before explaining what to expect. The customer service at RxSmile is the absolute best. You will not be disappointed if you go to RxSmile Frisco Orthodontics. – A. Blumberg

Offer valid from May 1-31, 2024. New Invisalign or Braces patients only, paying with cash or insurance. Offer includes our passive self-ligating braces, plus comprehensive Invisalign clear aligners for adults and teens, RxPress clear aligners for limited treatment, and Invisalign First clear aligners for kids. Treatment price may vary based on age and degree of correction. Check out our Affordable Braces Pricing and Financing Options. Terms & conditions may apply. No cash value. May not be combined with previous offers or promotions.

The History of National Nurses Week

This historical timeline features individuals, organizations and political leaders that contributed to making “National Nurses Week” what it is today!

Dorothy Sutherland of the U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare sent a proposal to President Eisenhower to proclaim a “Nurse Day” in October, which did not happen.

To mark the observance of the 100th anniversary of Florence Nightingale’s mission to Crimea, a National Nurse Week was observed from October 11-16.

Another resolution was presented by the House of Representatives for the President to proclaim “National Registered Nurse Day,” and once again it did not happen.

To honor Florence Nightingale’s birthday the International Council of Nurses (ICN) proclaimed that May 12 should be “International Nurse Day.”

A week was designated by the White House as “National Nurse Week” and President Nixon issued an official proclamation.

New Jersey Governor Brendon Byrne declared May 6 as “Nurses Day.” Edward Scanlan, of Red Bank, N.J., took up the cause to perpetuate the recognition of nurses by having this date listed in Chase’s Calendar of Annual Events.

The American Nurses Association, along with other nursing organizations, supported a resolution (initiated by nurses in New Mexico, through their Congressman, Manuel Lujan) to have May 6 as “National Recognition Day for Nurses.”

The American Nurses Association Board of Directors formally acknowledged May 6, 1982 as “National Nurses Day.” The action affirmed a joint resolution of the United States Congress designating May 6 as “National Recognition Day for Nurses.”

President Ronald Reagan signed a proclamation on March 25, proclaiming “National Recognition Day for Nurses” to be May 6, 1982.

The American Nurses Association Board of Directors expanded the recognition to a week-long celebration, declaring May 6-12, 1991 as “National Nurses Week”.

The American Nurses Association Board of Directors designated May 6-12 as the permanent dates to observe National Nurses Week in 1994 and in all subsequent years.

The American Nurses Association initiated “National RN Recognition Day” on May 6, 1996, to honor the nation’s indispensable registered nurses for their tireless commitment 365 days a year.

The American Nurses Association Board of Directors, at the request of the National Student Nurses Association, designated May 8 as “National Student Nurses Day”.

Book a Complimentary Consultation

If you’re interested in starting orthodontic treatment with Invisalign clear aligners, Invisalign First aligners for kids, or our passive self-ligating braces, please submit an online appointment request for a Complimentary Consultation and our front desk will reach out to get you scheduled. Or simply call our office at (972) 335-1300 during our regular business hours Mon-Thur 8am-5pm.

Dr. Greenberg and his staff are first class all the way! Dr Greenberg is extremely knowledgeable and friendly. The office is clean, modern and fun. The pricing is fair and reasonable. You can tell the office staff loves their job. My kids love their visits which makes it so much easier on mom! I would absolutely recommend RX Smile! – L. Free

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