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City Dentists Wellington Offer Interest Free Treatment

City Dentists Wellington Offering 18 Months Interest Free On All Dental Treatments of $300 and More

March 19, 2014 – Wellington’s City Dentists (http://www.citydentists.co.nz) have announced a special limited-time offer. From now until 30 April 2014, all patients may receive 18 months of interest free finance on all dental treatments of $300 and over, with the use of a Q Card. This includes implants, leading edge restorative, cosmetic and general dentistry services.

“We never want our patients to be unable to afford essential dental services or be forced to forego treatment, which is why we have extended this offer to the Wellington community,” said Kamil Tinawi, Director of City Dentists. Tinawi - BDS - NZDREX (Otago) - has been practicing in Wellington since 2000. He graduated in 1991 practicing in Cairo before immigrating to New Zealand in 2000. With over 20 years of experience and special interest in Restorative Dentistry (implants, crown and bridge work and cosmetic dentistry), delivering the best dental care to his patients is always a high priority.

City Dentists is centrally located in the heart of Wellington city, very convenient for most people, whether they work in the central city or live close by in the suburbs. The office is conveniently accessible via the Wellington train station and the bus hub at the end of Lambton Quay.

At their modern dental practice, highly trained dentists utilise the most recent developments in equipment and practice to deliver excellent care and attention to each patient, in a professional, positive and friendly environment.

Their dentists are skilled in implant dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, gum treatments (periodontology), root canal treatment (endodontics), oral surgery, sedation and general dentistry. City Dentists Wellington provides patients a full range of dental services and treatments to enhance smiles, whether it’s cosmetic treatments, teeth whitening, porcelain veneers, dental implants, dental crowns, dental fillings or just a dental cleaning.

119 -123 Featherston Street,
Wellington 6011
Hours Mon-Thu 7am – 8pm, Fri 7am – 4pm, Sat 8am – 2pm

Call City Dentists at (04) 978 4964, or visit http://www.citydentists.co.nz/18-months-interest-free/ to learn more about this offer.

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