Without teeth, humans would be confined to food-flavored milkshakes and could only smile by clapping their feet five times while frantically winking. Show gratitude to your ivory mouthparts with today’s Groupon: for $49, new patients get a comprehensive exam, cleaning, and digital panoramic x-ray at American Dental Professionals, a $321 total value. No insurance is required.
Conveniently located to serve all of the Milwaukee metro area, Dr. Gerald Eagan and Dr. Julie Wills combine the best technology and dental care to pamper their patients’ teeth like an abducted dog that was returned home alive. American Dental Professionals’ experienced and friendly staff creates a relaxed, comfortable environment. Your session begins with a comprehensive exam, which thoroughly explores your pearly whites for pre-existing issues. Next, panoramic x-rays will check for tooth decay, bone density, wisdom teeth, and to see if any teeth have gone missing in orange jumpsuits with chains around their legs.
Previously reserved for college lectures and engraving rice kernels, lasers use their powers to detect tooth abnormalities. Laser decay detection is a free addition to your visit that measures the level of decay in each tooth to avert unwarranted visits from the burglarizing tooth fairy. The cleaning blasts away plaque buildup and residual food particles, which prevents cavities, gingivitis, and pigeons from building molar nests.
Today’s Groupon to American Dental Professionals will leave patients with a newfound confidence and healthy mouth bones without resorting to dangerous underground tooth auctions or elective elephant-tusk implants. Call ahead to schedule your appointment.
American Dental Professionals
Though they hail from different corners of the world, Drs. Chuan Li, DMD, and Gerald F. Eagan, DDS, both pursue the universal goal of bright, healthy smiles. Doctors and staff—all members of professional dental associations and the Toothbrush of the Month club⎯stay up-to-date by taking continuing-education courses.
Inside treatment rooms equipped with digital sensors and intraoral cameras, patients can look out at Wauwatosa from ninth-floor windows as technicians perform gum treatments or place crowns on power-hungry teeth.