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Thursday, February 14, 2013

Happy Valentines Day everyone! We hope everyone is having a wonderful day celebrating with your most beloved! <3 <3

We would also like to introduce everyone to the "What Makes You Smile?" Sweepstakes from Incognito! Check out their Facebook page at for more information on how to win free treatment with Incognito Hidden Braces! All you have to do is submit a picture describing what makes you smile! Incognito is a perfect choice for patients who would like to achieve the perfect smile without having traditional metal braces! Incognito braces sits BEHIND the teeth rather than the front! If this seems like something for you hurry and enter! Also, the first 250 submissions win a mystery prize from 3M! :)

Saturday, February 9, 2013

Happy Lunar New Year Everyone!!! Team Orthobee and Dr. Bui would like to wish everyone a joyous and safe new year! Don't forget to share all your wonderful pictures with us! We would love to see your beautiful SMILES and of course all the amazing food you are sharing on this holiday!

Hue province, located in central Vietnam is a region very well known for their sweet specialities especially celebrated during Lunar New Year. "Mut Tet", a sweet and delicious preserved food flavoring from ginger, mandarin orange, turnip, and lotus seed is a popular and essential snack for every family to have while ringing in the new year. Which Mut Tet is your favorite? Don't forget to share with us! :)

Thursday, February 7, 2013

Happy New Year 2013!

The Chinese New Year is one of the most important traditional holidays in China. It is also known as the "Spring Festival" in China.  Because the Chinese calender is lunisolar, the Chinese New Year is also known as the Lunar New Year.  The New Year falls on Sunday February 10.  It will mark the end of the year of the dragon and mark the year of the snake.  The Vietnamese New Year (Tet), Korean new year, Japanese new year, Mongolian new year, and Tibetian new year also fall on the same day.
Regional customs and traditions concerning the celebration of the new year vary widely.  People will spend a lot of money to buy presents, decoration, material, food and clothing.  It is also traditional for every family to thoroughly cleanse the house, in order to sweep away any ill-fortune and to make way for good incoming luck. On the eve of the new year, families have a big feast dinner with food including pigs, ducks, chicken and sweet delicacies.  Early the next morning, children will greet their parents by wishing them a healthy and happy new year, and receive money in red paper envelopes.  The new year tradition is to reconcile, forget all grudges and sincerely wish peace and happiness for everyone.