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Dr. Pamela Marzban Offers Special to Bridal Showcase Attendees

Virginia dentist, Dr. Pamela Marzban recently attended the local Brial Showcase, educating brides on cosmetic treatment options.

2012-10-20
BURKE, VA, October 20, 2012 (Press-News.org) Virginia cosmetic dentist, Dr. Pamela Marzban recently exhibited at the local Washington Bridal Showcase at the Patriot Center at George Mason University. Dr. Marzban spoke to the brides-to-be about cosmetic and general treatment options that can help give them a stunning smile on their big day. She is proud to announce a teeth whitening special to the attendants of the bridal showcase.

They will be providing 10% off any whitening procedure; for each additional person they bring in they will take off another 5% off, and their referral will also receive an additional 5% off. This teeth whitening special is available to anyone who attended the showcase.

"We want their wedding day to be effortless and unforgettable," said Dr. Marzban. "Just think, their favorite wedding accessory might just come from us and when the bride smiles- everybody wins!"

Dr. Marzban's cutting-edge cosmetic dental work has been showcased through MAC Veneers modeling competitions and by the Aesthetic Eye of the International Association of Comprehensive Aesthetic. She has been recognized as a "Top Dentist" by her patients and peers in Northern Virginia Magazine and Washington Checkbook and Virginia Living Magazine.

Dr. Marzban and her team serve areas in Northern Virginia and Washington, D.C. They offer a variety of cosmetic and general dentistry treatments, including, porcelain veneers, teeth whitening, porcelain crown, sleep apnea and TMJ.

About Pamela Marzban, DDS
Dr. Pamela Marzban provides family and cosmetic dentistry to the Northern Virginia and Washington, D.C. areas. She is a graduate of the Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies, and earned her fellowship with the Academy of General Dentistry. She provides both cosmetic and general dentistry services. For more information, visit her site at: www.marzbandds.com


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[Press-News.org] Dr. Pamela Marzban Offers Special to Bridal Showcase Attendees
Virginia dentist, Dr. Pamela Marzban recently attended the local Brial Showcase, educating brides on cosmetic treatment options.