Though steel teeth may be less likely to develop cavities, they make airport-security lines and magnet eating nearly impossible to enjoy. Nurture the grill you were given with today’s Groupon to Pennsylvania Center for Dental Excellence. Choose between the following options:
For $49, you get a dental exam and cleaning package (a $413 total value) that includes the following items:
- An initial exam (a $100 value)
- A series of x-rays (a $153 value)
- A cleaning (a $104 value)
- A oral-cancer screening (a $56 value)
For $139, you get a Zoom! whitening treatment (a $650 value).
At Pennsylvania Center for Dental Excellence, Dr. Leonard Tau—an American Dental Association member and one of Philadelphia magazine's top dentists of 2010—places special emphasis on patient comfort, offering complimentary drinks and snacks in the waiting room before or after the treatments, using special forms for clients to specify their preferences. Dental-exam packages kick off with a detailed cleaning, which flosses pearly whites thoroughly and employs advanced scare tactics to send tartar packing. Digital x-rays provide detailed imaging with 75% less radiation than the traditional x-ray machinery. During the treatment, which lasts about an hour, patients can unwind with music on loaner iPods or watch DVDs on a flat-screen TV, obviating the hassle of bringing a dentist to a movie theater.
Zoom! whitening lightens teeth by about eight shades, relying on hydrogen peroxide gel, a targeted light, and magical incantation uttered by a toothy genie. Treatments last for approximately 90 minutes, integrating multiple rounds of 15-minute photon blasts.
Pennsylvania Center for Dental Excellence
At Pennsylvania Center for Dental Excellence, Dr. Leonard Tau—an American Dental Association member and one of Philadelphia magazine's Top Dentists of 2010—places special emphasis on patient comfort. Patients can indicate their preferences among myriad amenities, such as massage chairs and paraffin wax treatments, as they nibble and sip complimentary refreshments in the waiting room. During treatments, blanketed patients snuggle into massage chairs, unwind with music on loaner iPods, and watch DVDs on a flat-screen TV that obviates the need to bring a dentist to the movie theater.