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Richard Drouant Joins OrthoSynetics(TM) as Graphic Designer
Date:1/24/2008

Latest Professional to Join Full Service Marketing Team

METAIRIE, La., Jan. 24 /PRNewswire/ -- OrthoSynetics(TM), the largest provider of business services to orthodontic and dental practices worldwide, has named Richard Drouant as graphic designer.

"During the last year, we have taken great steps to bolster our entire team, especially our full-service marketing department," said Chris Roussos, president and CEO of OrthoSynetics. "The addition of Richard to our team is proof positive of our continued commitment to strengthening every part of the OrthoSynetics infrastructure to ensure we are helping our current doctors grow their practices, and preparing our company for future growth."

Drouant comes to OrthoSynetics from the Ozone Film Festival, where he served as art and marketing director, producing posters, direct mailers, t-shirts and directing videographer for the Covington, Louisiana-based event.

He also worked in the art department of the Tribune WGNO/WNOL, where he designed, developed and updated the news organization's Web sites, created graphics for the news programs, and managed additional graphic and video production.

Drouant is skilled in computer graphics, video production and interactive multimedia design. He earned his Associate of Science Degree in Digital Media from Full Sail Real World Education in Winter Park, FL.

"The first thing I noticed here at OrthoSynetics was the company's full commitment to providing its customers with a full complement of top-tier marketing services," said Drouant. "I'm excited to work with this team to serve the doctors and help them attract and retain new patients for their practices."

OrthoSynetics(TM) is an orthodontic practice services firm that manages the business and marketing functions of orthodontics practices, including advertising, payroll processing, financial reporting, purchasing, technical support and patient financial services. The company curr
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