Drs. de Man and Hoediono attend and support the charity fundraiser for Regional Mental Health at Langdon Hall. The event was generously sponsored by Bill Seegmiller and Family.
Music was provided by the incomparable Sarah McLachlan. Everyone’s mental health is often overlooked, poorly understood, and often lacks community resources to get people the support they need. This event not only brings awareness, but also badly needed resources.
We are so proud and happy to announce that our daughter Dr. Caley Hoediono has completed her three specialty training in orthodontics, at the University of Manitoba. She is now back and providing both Invisalign (clear aligner) treatment and conventional brackets for both children and adults to correct misaligned bites and straighten crooked teeth. Anyone wanting a free initial consultation to have their smile assessed is encouraged to book an appointment.
Congratulations to our daughter Dr. Caley Höediono who successfully defended her Orthodontic Masters Research Dissertation from the University of Manitoba. Dr. Caley is also now an American Board Certified Orthodontist. She will be returning to Kitchener/Waterloo and begin seeing patients in our practice three days a week; Tuesdays, Thursdays and all day Friday. Anyone needing an orthodontic consult, or is considering straightening their teeth with conventional or clear aligners (Invisalign) please call to make an appointment. The initial consultation is free.
Dr. Hoediono in his role as Vice Chair of the Grand River Hospital
Board tours Freeport Hospital Campus to celebrate the opening of the
new Chronic Pain Clinic which will fill and urgent need in Waterloo
Region for its residents. L to R are Freeport staff Amanda, Dr.
Hoediono, Grand River Hospital CEO Ron Gagnon and Joint Chief of Staff
Dr. Peter Potts.