Maybe there’s someone in your life who has been thinking about getting his or her teeth straightened but keeps brushing it off until “next year.” Well, next year is almost here and you can give them just the push they need by prepaying for a procedure, or buying a gift certificate through us in denominations of $50.
Whether your special someone has been dreaming about finally getting Invisalign “the invisible braces,” Invisalign Teen, Damon Clear®, lingual braces (worn on the inside of the teeth) or any one of the many orthodontic treatments offered through our practice, you can pre-pay for the procedure— or any part of it— by simply calling our office.
We will provide you with a beautiful gift certificate that you can include with your holiday card. You will literally be giving them something to smile about every day, and that’s pretty cool. How can you top a gift like that?
And, if you’re not sure exactly which service is best for them, that’s OK too. The certificate will be generic and can be used for any one of our treatments or services.
Only the best for your friends and family
You can be proud to offer this special gift through one of the top ranked providers in New York. At the offices of Dr. Eckstein and Dr. Yusupov, we are committed to each patient’s 100% satisfaction and we have the experience and track record to back it up. With our Super Elite Top 1% Invisalign ranking, we also have the distinction of being recognized industry-wide for our expertise. And, with locations in Mill Basin, Brooklyn; Forest Hills and Rosedale, Queens; and Cedarhurst, Long Island, your friends and family members can visit the office that’s most convenient to them.
If you’re the one who has been dreaming about a better smile, consider gifting yourself this year : ) You can take advantage of our interest-free monthly installment plan or reap the benefits of your Flex payment account. Also, please note, our office offers Care Credit and Springstone Financing options for orthodontics.
You are most definitely worth it.
Wishing you a happy, healthy holiday season— and infinite things to smile about into the New Year.