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10 Days Left to Win $15,000 in Dental Work for Most Interesting Patient in the World Contest at Austin Cosmetic Dentistry Practice
Date:12/21/2009

A cosmetic dentist in Austin, Texas is announcing the final days of a video contest to find out who has the most compelling dental story. The winner will be determined by an online vote, and will receive a cosmetic smile makeover worth up to $15,000.

(Vocus) December 21, 2009 -- Austin Dental Spa, an Austin, Texas cosmetic dentistry practice, is getting ready to let the world know who is The Most Interesting Dental Patient in the World. Since late October, the practice has been accepting video submissions from contestants all over the region who are competing for a complete dental makeover worth up to $15,000. Participants are asked to videotape themselves describing why they are the most interesting dental patient, and are being judged on creativity and entertainment value. Dr. Mark Sweeney, the head of Austin Dental Spa says there are only 10 days left to enter the contest – December 31st, 2009 is the final day submissions will be accepted.

Offering teeth whitening, dental implants, and porcelain dental veneers in Austin, Texas, Dr. Sweeney is one of the most prominent cosmetic dentists in the region. Recognized as The Most Interesting Dentist in the World, Dr. Sweeney decided to sponsor a video contest to see if he could find the Most Interesting Patient. The winner of the contest will be chosen by an online vote, and the prize consists of a variety of dental treatments that can significantly improve the a
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