If you’re a patient of ours, you know how different My Family Dentistry is from other dental offices. With features like free paraffin wax hand treatments, aromatherapy, and comfortable lighting and office decor, we go out of our way to make you feel comfortable and at home.
If that’s something you want to share with your friends and family, now’s the perfect time! With our New Patient Special, you can not only help them enjoy a better dental experience, but save a ton of money.
If you refer someone between now and Thursday, November 6th, they’ll receive a full dental exam, cleaning, and set of dental x-rays for only $99 – services that would usually cost $353. And we’ll even give them an additional 20% off teeth whitening, if they want to give their smiles an extra boost.
All you need to do is print out the PDF flier for our New Patient Special below. Just fill in your name and the name of the person you’re referring, and have them bring it with them when they come in for their first appointment.
Just click below to refer someone today!
It’s that simple, and they’ll save $254! There’s no limit to how many people you can refer, so feel free to send in anyone who needs to find a great dentist. You can also show them this blog post to help them understand how My Family Dentistry is unique.
But don’t forget, this offer is only available through November 6th, so make sure to reach out to your friends and family members soon!
We’re looking forward to meeting them – we know we’ll enjoy working with them as much as we love being your dentist.
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