Forever Smiles Publishing

Helping children understand the value of oral care & treatment through storytelling – one beautiful smile at a time.

About Forever Smiles Publishing

Storytelling is a magical time where children not only learn through the relationships and characters, but also become aware of how the facts of the story can parallel their own lives. Stories inspire children to think and help to raise their enthusiasm for taking action.

At Forever Smiles Publishing we’ve made it our mission to improve a child’s understanding of proper oral care and treatment, so they may better appreciate the tremendous long-term benefits to their overall health. We partner with dental professionals world-wide to offer reading materials geared toward educating this very important audience. Together we can empower children with the knowledge and understanding of how good oral care can last a lifetime – gifting them with a Forever Smile.

About the Author, Anna Razdolsky

Anna Razdolsky, CFO of Forever Smiles, knows all about kids and smiles. She has worked side by side with her husband, Yan, a noted Chicago area orthodontist and innovator of numerous orthodontic appliances, ever since he opened his practice in the mid-1980s.

Anna is committed to community education and presents frequent talks on oral health for public and private schools, PTOs, and libraries. She emphasizes the importance of early orthodontic evaluation and care in reducing oral problems and increasing children’s health awareness and self-esteem.

Anna has received numerous awards for her educational service. She is on the President’s Council of the University of Illinois and is a member of National Association of Professional Women. She and her Forever Smiles team regularly participate in Oral Cancer Awareness Walks and host educational field trips for a variety of community clubs.

Yan and Anna are the proud parents of four children with perfect smiles, three of whom have already gone into the dental field thanks to their parents’ inspiration and dedication.


Sometimes it takes a team to get amazing results!

Holly asks her mom to perform with her at the surprise party she’s throwing for her brother Jake. But Mom is reluctant. Lately her smile has not been feeling as pretty and radiant as it could be.

Holly’s mom decides to get help. She learns there are two ways to improve her smile. One way will be quick and easy, the other involves a team of specialists. The team approach will give Mom a healthy mouth and smile that will last forever. But the work won’t be finished in time for Jake’s party!

What will Mom do? Will she and Holly perform together? Will Holly’s party and talent show be a big success or a huge flop?

The Smile Team explores how children at a young age can learn organizational skills, leadership, and teamwork. It emphasizes that the best results in large projects can often be achieved by a team of specialists—at home, at work, at school, and in all walks of life.

In a simple story, the Brightley family learns that having beautiful smiles that last a lifetime sometimes isn’t as natural as you might think. The young Brightley boy becomes distressed as his smile changes when his adult teeth start coming in. His family is concerned about his appearance and self-esteem. Thanks to their dentist, Dr. Brushenfloss, and the orthodontist he recommends, Dr. Eversmyle, the whole family discovers the benefits of early orthodontic evaluation.

This is a wonderfully informative book for families with young children. It is also an excellent resource for dentists, orthodontists and other dental specialists to make available to their patients and colleagues to encourage overall oral health, optimum hygiene and early orthodontic care. It’s ideal for teachers and health professionals to use in conjunction with health awareness events and activities.

Presented in terms children can understand, in a story they can appreciate, The Smiling Brightleys provides a wealth of information on early orthodontic monitoring of and treatment.