2022 Summer Contest | Transformation Tuesday’s

Posted on June 8, 2022

From NOW until August 16th, you can participate in our 2022 Summer Contest, Transformation Tuesday’s! Enter for a chance to win one of 10,  $50 Amazon Gift Cards!

How to Participate

It’s easy! Show your smile transformation by submitting 2 photos. One photo should be from before you had orthodontic treatment and the other should be during or after your treatment has been completed. Every Tuesday between June 8th and August 16th, one winner will be chosen and will receive a $50 Amazon gift card!

How to Enter:

  1. Submit one photo of you before you had braces/Invisalign treatment and one photo of you with braces/Invisalign OR after treatment has been completed.
  2. Write a short description on how your new smile has changed, OR will change, your life
  3. Provide your Name, Email Address or Phone # (this will be used to contact you if you are a winner)

Transformation Tuesday’s Contest Rules

  • Only one entry will be accepted per person.
  • Entries will be accepted starting June 8th, up until August 16th at 12 PM (noon).
  • You can only win once.

How You Can Win

One winner will be drawn from the submitted entries every Tuesday between June 8th and August 16th. The winner’s will receive a $50 Amazon gift card and their photos will be featured on our Instagram and Facebook social media pages. You can only win once. All non-winning entries will roll over to the next Tuesday’s drawing. There will be a total of 10 winners selected and each winner will receive a $50 Amazon Gift Card. Transformation Tuesday Winners will be chosen and announced at 12 pm (noon) on the following dates:
  • June 14th
  • June 21st
  • June 28th
  • July 5th
  • July 12th
  • July 19th
  • July 26th
  • August 2nd
  • August 9th
  • August 16th
If you have questions regarding our Transformation Tuesday’s contest, please email makayla.lewis@cardinalorthodontics.com.

Enter to WIN!

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