'A high-quality dentistry' or 'high-quality dentistry'. Kindly clarify as soon as possible.
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Ad copy often bends and breaks the rules of grammar due to its overriding necessity of conveying as much meaning as possible in as few words as possible. If I were using the phrase as a title or header to an advertisement, I would drop the "A" as space-consuming distraction that doesn't add to the meaning.
High-Quality Family Dentistry at an Affordable Price!
Visit us today and meet our family-friendly staff who are ready to help you...
However, if ever brought into the narrative of your ad, the "A" is required for the reasons given in the comments.
We are a high-quality family dentristry with an affordable price!