It’s 2023! As we welcome in the New Year, we hope one of your resolutions will be to see us regularly for smile care. We’ve tried to make it as easy as possible. For example, our office is open as late as 7 p.m. We know finances may be a concern. But we never want that to be a barrier to your family’s dental care. 

Call us today at 586-210-6828 to schedule appointments at Dobry Dental. We’re happy to answer questions about any of the offers mentioned here. In the meantime, check out some of the ways you can save money with us in Clinton Township, MI.

Straighten Your Smiles for Less

Different smiles require different types of orthodontic treatment. We offer discounts on your treatment, whether you straighten your teeth with metal braces or Invisalign aligners. You can save up to $750 on braces if you begin your treatment within 30 days of your consultation with us. For a limited time, you can also take advantage of our offer for $500 off Invisalign. 

Pay for Your Services Over Time

We know it can be helpful to spread out payments for your care. At our office, you may be eligible for our in-house financing with no interest for up to 12 months. Third-party financing through CareCredit, which offers low-interest and no-interest plans, is another option.

Get a New Patient Exam for Just $149

Perhaps no services we offer are more important than exams and cleanings. So we want to reduce the financial barriers to them. New patients will pay just $149 for a cleaning and an exam with X-rays. That’s a $100 savings!

Save on Teeth Whitening

Zoom teeth whitening is one of our most popular cosmetic treatments – and one of the most affordable too. We’re making it even more affordable with a $100 rebate. This offer is available for a limited time only.

See Us Regularly for Exams and Cleanings

We recommend getting an exam and cleaning every six months. If we detect small issues during your exam, we will fix them before they become bigger problems. This will save you money – and likely some discomfort too. It is easier and less expensive to fix a cavity with a filling than with a crown. And if the decay gets inside your tooth, you’ll need either a root canal or a tooth extraction.