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Rock The Cradle's Bad Boy Landon Brown Owes His Irresistible New Smile to Dr. Michael Kosdon
Date:7/23/2008

LOS ANGELES, July 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Times may be tough, but Hollywood's young stars like Landon Brown are finding there's nothing like a dazzling new smile to boost confidence. Cosmetic dentist Dr. Michael Kosdon, DDS helps his celebrity clients beam in on success, citing his experience that a beautiful smile brings with it the self-confidence they need for stardom. In agreement is Landon Brown, who is now sporting a new high-wattage smile designed by Dr. Kosdon.

MTV's Rock The Cradle Star Landon Brown, son of legendary pop star Bobby Brown, said, "When you are in the Hollywood spotlight, its important to have a great smile. During our publicity appearances for Rock The Cradle, there were a lot of rude comments about my teeth. Dr. Kosdon gave me something to smile about after creating my new veneers."

Celebrities like Brown are savvy that you have to have a winning smile in show business and that's an essential part of what it takes to be a survivor.

It also doesn't hurt that a visit to Dr. Kosdon bears more resemblance to visiting a resort retreat than a visit to the usually sterile and often intimidating dental office. Dr. Kosdon is at the forefront of a new breed of visionary dentists dedicated to delivering the most advanced knowledge and treatments in an atmosphere designed to put patients in a calm and stress-free mood. Within his state-of-the-art office guests not only receive the highest- quality dental care, they're treated to a variety of five-star services, from warm towels to massage therapy, from a fully stocked beverage bar to flat screen TVs.

With two thriving, luxurious dental spa practices, this single, hot young dentist has already transformed hundreds of smiles, taking them from ordinary to extraordinary with his uncanny knack for knowing how to make them a perfect 10.

Many celebrities have Dr. Kosdon to thank for their new sensational smiles, and the list of celebrity clients is growing rapidly.

And Kosdon is happy to be in the forefront of creating smile power to fight back the gloom in hard times.

Dr. Kosdon's blog:

http://modernsmiles.blogspot.com

Photo of Dr. Kosdon and Mr. Brown:

http://www.ereleases.com/pr/2008-Kosdon.jpg

Contact: Jan Andrew, 212.989.3646

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