The Refresh Dental and Dental Express networks brighten chomper futures with professional exams, cleanings, and x-rays that illuminate the path to lasting oral health. Technicians examine ivories for obstacles to mouth happiness including decay and gum disease, scraping away stains and deposits, and burnishing surfaces with polishing compound. A fluoride treatment imparts teeth with the strength to defeat candied apples cursed with sentience, and four bitewing x-rays reveal a clearer picture of your mouth’s design and lay a foundation for future care.
Following in the footsteps of his father and great-uncle, Dr. Mark Marion went to the University of Pittsburgh Dental School and has worked to improve his neighbors' and friends' teeth ever since. He teamed up with Dr. Cynthia McNeil to open up a private practice, and the pair have been improving smiles for over 25 years. Today, their office is outfitted with a digital x-ray machine that reduces radiation exposure, an ultrasonic cleaning system, and sedation dentistry—available for some of their treatments. Recognizing that a winning smile is about more than having straight teeth and gums that don’t leak battery acid, they've also added cosmetic facial procedures—such as Dysport—to their repertoire.
All About Smiles' devout dentists Amanda Manning and Carl Medgaus rid teeth of sheathes of plaque and tartar before employing specialized mouthpieces to chromatically calibrate oral dominoes. Throughout the course of a standard exam, the enamel experts assess gum health and check chompers for decay. A complete scrubbing follows to rid teeth of unwanted gunk buildup. Each patient is then equipped with a take-home whitening kit consisting of custom trays filled with gel to get pearly whites gleaming by removing yellowing and stains applied by conspiring uvulas and their tonsil cohorts during a dinner uprising. The treatment takes as little as one hour per day, and results can be seen as early as one week or one really long nap.
Dr. Bryan J. Terhune Jr. and his fellow oral custodians at Terhune Dental shine up people tusks using a custom, at-home teeth-whitening system that erases the dental vandalism perpetrated by coffee, tea, and tobacco. During the first visit, Dr. Terhune will create a model of the patient's mouth, complete with scaled buildings and teeny-tiny trees, which he will later use to produce custom-fitted clear plastic trays. Patients return for a second visit to collect the trays and a special whitening solution and to review complete instructions on how to proceed. The rest of the whitening process occurs over the next few weeks in the comfort of patients' homes, cars, or underground bunkers, where they’ll wear the trays overnight or twice daily for 30 minutes. Dr. Terhune will ensure that Groupon buyers are qualified for teeth whitening before administering the treatment.
Invisalign straightens crooked chompers with a combination of highly advanced, 3-D computer graphics and the spells of old-fashioned orthodontia. The Invisalign process eschews cumbersome braces for clear, removable aligners that are virtually invisible to the unclothed eye. A full exam, including x-rays and photos of your mouth terrain, paves the way for a flurry of calibrated teeth sheaths that are designed to slowly shift walnut crackers into perfect alignment. The total cost of an Invisalign treatment varies for each customer (it can run anywhere from $3,500 to $8,000); this Groupon gets you $1,000 toward that final cost. View some Invisalign FAQs here.
For more than 35 years, dentists at American Dental Centers have polished pearly whites and prevented dental disease with thorough exams. At each of the 14 locations that dot Northern and Central Ohio, patients walk in or schedule appointments so they don’t have to scrape off plaque using chew toys. The center maintains a 24-hour phone line so that patients can arrange to have emergencies treated as soon as possible, and it also offers a Forever White program, in which patients pay a one-time fee and then receive take-home bleaching treatments for as long as they attend their regular three- or six-month check-ups.