Prior to dentists, humans were forced to shine their own teeth with fleets of flea-driven miniature Zambonis. Give overworked drivers the day off with today's Groupon to Image Dental Group in La Mesa. Choose between the following options:
For $59, you get a dental-health package (a $217 total value), which includes:
- An exam (a $70 value)
- Bitewing x-rays (a $58 value)
- A cleaning (an $89 value)
For $129, you get a teeth-whitening package (a $620 total value), which includes:
- An exam (a $70 value)
- A Zoom! teeth-whitening treatment (a $550 value)
Image Dental Group's carnassial craftspeople relieve chompers of plaque and discoloration and inspect mouths for any dental dilemmas. During the initial oral exam, a periodontal pro will embark upon a visual exploration of the teeth and gums before charting the dental conditions and topography of each tooth. After scouring incisors, tooth technicians x-ray teeth, allowing the proper diagnosis and detection of decay. A full dental cleaning ensures that teeth assimilate back into nature shinier and brighter, impressing strangers and making quick work of stubborn steaks.
Patients can also choose to brighten chompers with a Zoom! in-office teeth-whitening treatment. After an initial exam to ensure optimal enamel health, a cuspid guru applies a scientifically formulated gel to each fang's surface. A special Zoom! light activates the gel during three 15-minute sessions, setting its microscopic scrubbers to work clearing up stains from coffee, tea, and old engravings reading "Tongue + Tonsils 4 Ever!" With proper maintenance, the treatment's whitening effects can last as long as 5 years. As mouths get pampered, patients can mellow out by watching a movie or listening to an iPod, allowing them to relax and focus on the ethical ramifications of blinding people during casual conversation.
Image Dental Group
Technology-driven oral-investigative equipment and creature comforts litter the patient rooms inside Image Dental Group's office. Intraoral-photography systems snap digital shots of mouths’ interiors and exteriors to give dentists a clear picture of their patient's health. When peeping below the skin's surface, technicians shy away from the x-ray vision services of overpriced superheroes, instead brandishing digital x-ray systems that chart bone structures with intricate detail. Movies playing on the office's I-Glasses video system and iPods relax patients snuggling in the plush arms of a neck pillow.