FEBRUARY IS DENTAL MONTH!

Cost Reductions Available!

TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR DENTAL MONTH COST REDUCTIONS!

Regular professional dental care is vitally important for your pet's quality AND quantity of life! Oral health affects the whole body, not just the mouth!

DENTAL MONTH COST REDUCTIONS

We offer the following cost reductions off our basic dental packages* during the month of February:

10% off for all pets

20% off if your pet has had a dental within the last 24 months OR if you bring two or more pets in for dentals in the month of February

(* cost reductions apply ONLY to the basic dental, all other services (including oral surgery) will be billed at regular cost. Special pricing offers cannot be combined. This offer is subject to availability)

REGULAR COST REDUCTIONS IN EFFECT

We already offer the following cost reductions year-round (because we feel so strongly about the importance of oral health!). If your pet is eligible for one of these discounts, AND that discount is higher than the dental month discount, we will see your pet in March (to maximize February appointment availability), and we will extend the cost reduction for which your pet is eligible to the end of March. ALL COST REDUCTIONS ARE OFF THE BASIC DENTAL PORTION ONLY AND OFFERS CANNOT BE COMBINED

1) Within 10 months of the previous dental - 25% discount

2) More than 10 but less than 13 months after the previous dental - 20% discount

3) More than 13 but less than 16 months after the previous dental - 15% discount

4) More than 16 but less than 19 months after the previous dental - 10% discount

SPACES FILL FAST! CALL TODAY!

Call to schedule your pet's dental today! We perform dentals on Tuesdays and Thursdays! Please note your pet must have had a physical examination performed by Dr Stein within the last 3 months in order to undergo anesthesia, we can arrange for this to be done on the day of the dental.

Anesthesia As Safe As Possible

Anesthesia at ASAH is as safe as it can possibly be. We have a staff member dedicated to monitoring your pet, we have emergency drugs drawn up and ready to go for each individual pet. Dr Stein is regularly invited to give seminars about pain management and anesthetic safety at veterinary conferences around the world. He has been interviewed about anesthesia in various veterinary journals and was selected by the MSU Veterinary College as their 2014 Distinguished Alumnus. Dr Stein also maintains a website for veterinary professionals about anesthesia and pain management, this website is used by veterinarians around the world: www.vasg.org