Why Community Matters…

Finally, we have videos that truly show the heart of our practice! We want to create confidence by giving high-quality orthodontic care that produces amazing results all while being the best part of our patients’ day.

But it’s so much more than just great smiles. For us, it’s about being the kind of business that is known as a place that cares for Hanover and the surrounding communities. We live and work here, just like you!

Hanover is a place that we’re proud of, and we want to make sure we are doing our part to make it better and better. We plan on being here for the long haul. That’s why we believe Shoe Orthodontics needs to be a business that is looked upon by the community as a place that is focused on giving back.

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“I’m not here just to do braces. I genuinely care for the community and want to be an integral part of it. My kids are growing up here, and I want to give back to the community for the long run.”

Dr. Jason ShoeLoves Being One of Hanover's Orthodontist

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August 30, 2018

Be the Change Contest

Ware are SUPER excited to announce our 🌞BE THE CHANGE 🌞campaign! Please help us find and celebrate "Leaders of Change" in your school, in just 3 simple steps! 1️⃣ Identify a...
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August 8, 2018

Children’s Cancer Recovery Foundation

Every month, Shoe Orthodontics chooses a different local charity to support, and this month we're honored and excited to highlight and serve Children's Cancer Recovery Foundation. The Children's Cancer Recovery Foundation...
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May 21, 2018

Charity of the Month

Shoe Orthodontics is honored to recognize a different local charity each month during the year. For the month of June, we’ve chosen The Adams County Society for the Prevention of...
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February 22, 2018

Connor’s Crusade

M any of you know Connor Goonan. He's an eleven year old Littlestown native who was diagnosed with stage 4 brain cancer. It's been an intense battle, but he is...

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