We love to create an enjoyable and welcoming atmosphere at Westwalk. Throughout the year, we have fun contests, hand out excellent prizes, and throw special events for our patients, our professional staff, and the Norwalk and Westport communities.
We also enjoy visiting local schools to give presentations on orthodontics and dental health and to talk about orthodontics as a potential career choice.
2014 Holiday Contest
Almost all our patients participated in our 2014 Holiday Contest, in which each person had to guestimate how many snowflakes were in a large jar. Our winners in each office were extremely happy to take home a new Beats Pill 2.0 Wireless Speaker.
2015 Holiday Contest
Our annual holiday contest for 2015 began after Thanksgiving and extended to mid February of 2016. This year we had a Charlie Brown Peanuts theme so naturally we were counting peanuts. Most of all our patients were able to participate in this year’s contest and below we share some pictures from the event. We later found out that Macy’s in Herald Square New York had a Charlie Brown theme as well. So we took a hike to the city to check it out and included some pictures from their display. We will leave you to judge whose was best. Our WINNERS were Kiernan Daly in our Norwalk Office who took home a $100 amazon gift card and Karenna Birns in our Westport Office who took home a monogrammed sparkle tote and Alex and Ani bracelets. CONGRATS to both of our winners.
Patient Appreciation Days
Each year Westwalk Orthodontic Group is involved in a number of special events. These include education presentations at schools as well as visits of school children to our offices, functions involving our professional staff, and functions for our patients.
The highlight of each year for our patients is our Patient Appreciation Day. This event usually takes place at the end of the school year. Each patient is given a pass for himself or herself, siblings, and one guest.
Most recently, Patient Appreciation Day has been held at My Three Sons Family Fun Center. Patients competed in laser tag, played video games, rode bumper cars, had fun in the maze, ate pizza, and just had a good time. Parents sat together and chatted over cups of coffee.