An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, much to the chagrin of brokers who invested heavily in cure. Get in while prevention's still hot with today's Groupon: for $59, you get a 60-minute dental package at Austin Primary Dental (a $320 total value). The package includes:
- A comprehensive dental exam (a $49 value)
- A teeth cleaning (a $95 value)
- Full-mouth x-rays (a $176 value)
Dr. Jayashree Kyatam and the staff at Austin Primary Dental clean teeth and assess oral health during 60-minute exams. Each treatment begins with a cleaning, in which a dental technician will combat plaque buildup and rid enamel of graffiti scrawled by the tooth fairy. Next, Dr. Kyatam inspects mouths for cavities and gingivitis with an intraoral camera before capturing candid photos of jawlines with full-mouth x-rays. To alleviate any dental dilemmas discovered during the examination, Austin Primary Dental grants Groupon customers a 10% discount on additional services following the checkup (time permitting) or during a future appointment.
Austin Primary Dental
After Robert B. Meiser, DDS retired from dentistry, Dr. Jayashree Kyatam took over Austin Primary Dental, renovating the space by adding state-of-the-art equipment, fixtures, and furniture. It's all part of her plan to create a warm, welcoming environment where patients can expect the latest in industry techniques. Dr. Kyatam graduated from the Boston University's Goldman School of Dental Medicine, then visited and fell in love with the city of Austin in 2005. She has since attended numerous continuing-education courses to further hone her skills, becoming an expert in treatments such as the Six Month Smiles braces system and shot- and drill-free Lumineers.
Always considering her patients' comfort and convenience, Dr. Kyatam offers early-morning and lunchtime appointments and is committed to a same-day dental-emergency policy. Her treatment rooms are illuminated by an abundance of natural light and a chairside television, which allows guests to show off their healthy smiles by pretending to answer news anchors' interview questions.