Dental Discount PlanScottsdale, AZ
Scottsdale Family Smiles is pleased to offer an in-office dental discount plan for our patients who do not currently have dental coverage. This plan allows our patients to receive optimal dental care while maintaining their oral health and saving money.
Annual Complimentary Services Include:
- 2 Examinations and Necessary X-rays
- 2 Regular Cleanings
- 2 Fluoride Treatments
- 1 Emergency Examination
- 15% Off Regular Fees for General Dentistry Services (Some exclusions apply)
- Individual: $399
- Individual & Spouse/Partner: $749
- Each Additional Member: $299
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