Q: I attended one of your free seminars about a year ago and was wondering if your next one will have new material?
A: Wow. Is my act getting stale? Impossible! Just ask the bunch that shows up to each and every one of them. (It can’t be for the free hotel Danish, which in my opinion taste like human feet and Pop Tarts.)
You know I stay on top of things like hairspray on a presidential candidate. Every seminar has something new, and this coming June 10th will be no exception.
You have heard me tout the benefits of “iTero”: digital impressions, the hi-tech “goop-less” way of performing super accurate crown, inlay, bridge and implant treatment. On June 10th I will be unveiling the newest generation of this equipment: The iTero “Element”. We have the honor of being the first office in Palm Beach County, and one of the first in the world, to be using this video scanner similar to the sonar device that maps the oceans to aid in finding down aircraft and ships.
For those looking to stop their spouse from buying a car this summer, I will show you how to invest wisely on a brand new, everlasting smile with porcelain veneers incorporating the above technology and special new porcelains that mimic real tooth enamel. The cost? Less than a used Toyota Corolla and a heck of lot sexier.
In addition: new diagnostic LED lights that find bubbles in old fillings and fractures in tooth enamel that X-rays cannot reveal through the process of trans-illumination. Early detection leads to less extensive and less expensive dental treatment. These seminars fill up fast, call or email us today!
Editors Note: Dr. Mitchell Josephs’ next FREE seminar to the public: Friday June 10th at 10:00 am at the Double Tree Hotel, corner of Military Trail and PGA Blvd. in Palm Beach Gardens. Teeth for Life XV: Faster healing no-cut implants, bone grafts, cosmetic veneers, digital NO GOOP impressions and how to choose a dental office. All attendees will receive a copy of Dr. J’s book: Tooth Talk. Seating is limited to 60. Call TODAY to register at 561-832-2917 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.