Stubbs Orthodontics, a locally-owned orthodontics specialist practice, will host a grand opening celebration at their second location, U.S. Highway 98 W. in Miramar Beach in the Village Shoppes, which also features Sushimoto, Melting Pot, and Evolve Fitness. The event will kick off with a ribbon cutting ceremony with both Destin and Walton Area chambers of commerce, followed by a reception.

Guests will enjoy light bites by Sushimoto, Holy Cakes and Tropical Smoothie Cafe, along with beer and wine, a Yeti giveaway, and a raffle benefiting Fisher House of the Emerald Coast. This family-friendly event is open for the entire community to attend at 4 p.m. July 13.

Dr. Casi Stubbs was born and raised in Walton County. She completed her bachelor’s degree at Florida State University before attending the University of Florida College of Dentistry where she graduated among the top of her class. She then went on to complete her residency at Nova Southeastern University to become a certified orthodontist. Stubbs and her husband and business manager, Zack, opened their first office in Niceville in 2008 and have since established themselves as a go-to place for traditional metal braces, clear braces, Invisalign and Invisalign Teen and many other orthodontic treatments.

Stubbs Orthodontics takes pride in their state-of-the art facilities including 3-D intra oral scanner and a Digital X-ray, while also providing creature comforts like free Wi-Fi, complimentary coffee, work stations for homework and business in the waiting area, and a fun play and gaming area to keep kids busy. The new office in Miramar includes their signature neon green and black color scheme with chic adornments like reclaimed wood pallet walls and acid-washed sheet metal decor. The main theme of the Stubbs second office revolves around state of the art technology and design focused on work flow to insure every patient has the latest in orthodontic care.

Casi and Zack Stubbs have two daughters, Elle and Brycelyn, and look forward to serving the Miramar Beach and Destin communities through both their orthodontic practice and their charitable work. The Stubbs make it a priority to be active in their church and community, as well as finding fun and unique ways to engage with their patients to help support local causes and non-profit organizations. Through these efforts, they are proud to have raised thousands of dollars for our local charities in recent years.

“We are excited to see the practice continue to grow,” said Dr. Stubbs. “We sincerely have fun with our patients. To see the confidence beaming from the kids and teenagers when they see their perfect smiles is truly so rewarding.”