Smile Creator Announces 50% OFF National Average for Dental Implants

Smile Creator Announces 50% OFF National Average for Dental Implants

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Great news for edentulous in Miami, Smile Creator now announces to offer 50% OFF National average for dental implants. All On 4 dental implants which costs $12, 500 is now offered for $7, 500.

Miami, USA – April 2, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Smile Creator, a recognized dental implant center in Miami publicizes 50% OFF National average for dental implants. This discount is applicable to all on 4 dental implants and single tooth implant. Edentulous waiting for a great opportunity to enhance their smile can seek help of Smile Creator now. The offer is valid up to April 17, 2014.

“Dental practices and modern dentistry is not getting any cheaper today, and lot of people feel that it is almost out of reach. Dr. Nilo Hernandez realizes this and he has taken things into his own hands. He is offering Miami dental implants for up to 50% national average. This is going to be a game changer in Miami Bay area,” reported the spokesperson from Smile Creator.

He continued, “However, Dr. Nilo also doing free dental exams with x-ray for new patients. So, if patients have never been there or it’s been longer than patients can remember, they need to check it out and meet Dr. Nilo Hernandez. He is second to none and most professional to give edentulous a meaningful way to smile.”

Patients’ choosing All on 4 Dental Implants in Miami has to pay only $7,500 to get beautiful teeth along with bone grafting (if needed), 4 snap on locator or O-ball abutments & housing, Snapon implant removable hybrid bridge, upgradeable to All on 6 fixed hybrid bridge, five years warranty on implant and prosthesis, free 3D CT scan and smile makeover consultation worth $1,000 and much more. Whereas, single tooth implant is offered for $1,900 with socket bone grafting (if needed), healing cap, final abutment, porcelain to metal crown and limited warranty on all procedures with regular checkups & cleanings.

“Dr. Nilo welcomes even the most difficult and challenging cases because he has seen what a difference a smile reconstruction can make in a person’s life. Making that difference and watching the transformation that takes place in someone’s outlook and confidence is what makes Dr. Nilo’s work so worthwhile, and that’s why he feel so privileged and love to do what he do,” ends the manager.

About Smile Creator:
Smile Creator is the ideal go-to resource for affordable dental implants in Miami. They are now offering 50% discount on Dental implants. They also offer five year warranty that gives every patient the assurance that they’re making a wise choice for the future.

For more information about us, please visit http://dentalimplants4less.org/

Contact Info:
Name: Nilo Hernandez
Email: drnilohernandezdds@gmail.com
Address: 9100 S Dadeland Blvd #502, Miami, FL, USA, 33156
Phone: (786) 422-9651
Organization: Smile Creator

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