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The End of the Year is Near

I can’t believe it’s almost November, the kids are back to school, the days are getting shorter and the weather’s getting colder. With the end of the year nearing people are starting to think about the end of year, wrapping up treatment and brightening those smiles before the new year. To insure that everyone has the opportunity to get in we may open up some Friday morning throughout the months of November and December so call and check with the office which days will be available because the days do fill up fast. Keep in mind that most insurance companies have a “use it or lose it” calendar year policy so to maximize all benefits you should try your best to take care of problem areas before your benefits roll over. We will be reaching out to a select few that have treatment that needs to be done to see if we can get them on the books and taken care of however if you know you have treatment that needs to be done or if there is treatment that you would just like to have done give us a shout and will get you in as soon as possible.

Also during the months of November and December we usually have a teeth whitening special so starting Nov. 1st we have decided to run a special on custom trays which includes: upper and lower custom trays fit specifically to you and two tubes of whitening gel (35%) for $200 ($50 savings). Tell all your family members and friends, these make excellent Christmas presents and as always we accept any and all new patients. We also have a semi new whitening product called Opalescence GO which is prefabricated take home trays, no impressions needed that are $80 which includes: 10 uppers and lowers wrapped with a nice bow for the holidays. Call now to schedule and don’t forget to be Merry and Bright!!

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