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Assure A Smile Announces December Invisalign® Sale
Date:12/4/2013

Miami, FL (PRWEB) December 04, 2013

This December, Assure A Smile announces a special holiday sale on Invisalign® invisible braces. From now until December 31st, Miami residents receive $1,000 off full treatment cases, which includes bi-monthly visits to track progress towards a bright and beautiful smile.

According to Dr. Herrmann, Invisalign is the perfect tool to help patients lead a happier and healthier life, because it quickly and painlessly builds a beautiful smile that patients cannot help but show-off.

"The more you smile, the healthier you become," explains Dr. Herrmann. "Studies show that even faking a smile can promote feelings of happiness, reduce stress, lower blood pressure, and curb feelings of anxiety."

When it comes to smile enhancement, Invisalign is the number one choice among patients and dental professionals alike. Patients love Invisalign because the orthodontic treatment uses medical-grade plastic aligners to gently shift teeth into alignment over time. Aligners are clear and removable, giving patients a discrete and comfortable way to create the smile of their dreams.

Invisalign also offers additional oral health benefits. Because the aligners are removable, patients can effectively clean food debris and plaque from their teeth by brushing and flossing normally. Dental professionals agree that this makes it easier to maintain healthy teeth and gums during treatment, a task that is very difficult with traditional metal braces.

This December, Dr. Herrmann raises the bar on smile enhancement by combining Invisalign with the all-new iTero digital scanner. With iTero digital impressions, Dr. Herrmann creates a digital map of the oral anatomy, measuring teeth, gums, and other oral tissues with unparalleled precision and accuracy. Invisalign aligners are created using the patient's personalized digital impressions to ensure the most effective and efficient treatment available.

This December, Assure A Smile is committed to helping patients create a healthy smile that they will show with confidence for the rest of their lives. As a leading holistic dental practice for more than 25 years, Dr. Herrmann and the Assure A Smile team deliver exceptional service and advanced technologies, all backed by a firm understanding of integrated health and wellness.

With $1,000 off all cases commenced by December 31st, Miami residents have one more thing to smile about this holiday season. For more information, readers are invited to visit http://www.AssureASmile.com or call 305-274-0047.

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