Dr. Sam Ghosh Celebrates 7th Anniversary of the Ghosh Orthodontics Field at Spartan Stadium

Press Release updated: Oct 25, 2017 08:00 EDT

Dr. Ghosh has an orthodontist office in Pottsville, Hazleton and Allentown and has been a regular contributor to local schools through a program in which he donates $100 to the school of each of his patients who are students. 

In 2010, Ghosh pledged to donate an additional $100,000 to North Schuylkill. Each year for 10 years, he gives the district $10,000. The field was renamed and dedicated in a ceremony on September 2, 2010 during the annual “Meet the Spartans Night”. 

“I have patients all over and plenty in this district, and (Superintendent Andrew Smarkanic) is the first person that asked me,” Ghosh said. “I wanted a way to give something back to the community. I don’t believe there is anywhere you could put your money where it would be more useful than when you use it for the kids.”

Dr. Sam Ghosh, Orthodontist

Ghosh Orthodontics is located at 1620 Mt. Hope Avenue, Pottsville, PA 17901. Ghosh specializes in Invisalign Teen and is a 2017 Elite Provider. Whether early treatment, braces, or retention, Dr. Sam Ghosh has treatment options for every individual and payment plans to make braces an affordable option for each family. To schedule a free, no-obligation braces consultation, please call the office at (570) 622-2666.

Source: Ghosh Orthodontics

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