Botox Special for Mother’s Day Month from Clearwater Dentist, Dr. Jergins

It’s a Botox special at ClearWhite Dental!

Happy Mother’s Day from Clearwater dental office, ClearWhite Dental and Dr. Jergins!

For the month of May we are offering a Mother’s Day month Botox gift with treatment. Call and schedule your Botox appointment at our Clearwater dental office through May 31, 2017 and we’ll give you a free $20 value whitening pen after you complete your visit.

Dr. Jergins is an expert provider of Botox in Clearwater. “I have had Botox done at numerous places, and Dr. Jergins is by far the best,” said a very satisfied patient at our Clearwater office. “He was very kind in explaining the process and taking his time to do the  Botox, so it hurt so much less than what I had at other places.”

So call us at 727-228-2517 to schedule your Botox appointment and get your free gift!

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