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Las Vegas Dentist Offers Discount For Hockey Fans
Published on Wed, Jan 23, 2013 (9:14 a.m.)To celebrate the end to the professional hockey lockout, Las Vegas Wranglers Hockey Team Dentist and ardent hockey fan, Dr. Afshin Azimi a Las Vegas Dentist, is offering a 20% discount on dental services performed at his downtown office. To qualify for this offer, patients are simply required to bring in a hockey puck to their appointment during the month of January 2013.
For the better part of a decade, Dr. Azimi’s downtown Las Vegas dental office has been serving the community’s dental needs, from simple check-ups, x-rays and exams, to cosmetic, teeth whitening, veneers and dental implants. While not tuning up smiles in his dental chairs, he can be spotted ice-side at Wrangler’s home games, ready to perform his duties as team dentist.
Since becoming team dentist in 2004, he has seen all degrees of in-game injuries caused by errant pucks, high sticks, and even deliberate fists. In addition to the on-ice dental care, he performs dental procedures on Wranglers’ players at a substantial discount in his office.
“I have been performing dental work on our team for years, and this a promotion geared to give back to fans and also celebrate the end to the pro lockout,” says Azimi. “I thought it would be fun to have fans bring in a hockey puck to prove their allegiance to the sport and qualify for the discount”, adds Azimi.
Since adult and youth recreation is popular in the area, he’s expecting to treat fans with hockey injuries as well. Having seen everything on the ice, it would difficult to find a dentist who is more qualified.
Dr. Azimi D.D.S. is located at 820 S. 7th St. in Downtown Las Vegas. Please visit www.drazimi.com, or call (702) 759-0005 today to schedule an appointment!
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