The clinicians at Dynamic Dental Smiles buff bicuspids and premolars to make clients' smiles shine. A cleaning, exam, and x-ray pack more of a healthful wallop than a bucket of free-range, grass-fed mung-bean sprouts, especially if your idea of a daily brushing is a mouthful of sand and a hot hose of water from a Super Soaker. The Groupon's other options help render smiles more pearly. Whiten teeth in the comfort of your own abode with the take-home whitening kit—complete with an in-office exam and x-rays—or leave the re-coloring to the experts with a Zoom! whitening treatment. Clients enjoy three 15-minute smile-enhancing sessions during which a dental technician covers gums and lips before applying a therapeutic whitening gel to exposed teeth. A Zoom! light then penetrates people-tusks, breaking up tea- and coffee-stained teeth and flushing out discoloration like a truth serum flushes out the location of the hidden rebel base.
A master of cosmetic and ceramic dentistry, Dr. Kevin J. Krause of Krause Dental rebuilds and maintains Kodak-worthy smiles. All dental services offered utilize advanced technology, including digital x-rays, which have 97% less radiation than traditional x-rays and 1,000,000% less radiation than the sun. Floral furniture welcomes tooth owners to Dr. Krause’s comfortable office, which also features televisions in treatment rooms, aiming to entertain patients during cleaning sessions.
Guests arriving at Sarasota Smile Design might forget that they are there for porcelain veneers, an implant, or a root canal. As clients walk into the lobby, a dental concierge brings them gourmet coffee or hot tea and homemade cookies or muffins. Even the heavy wooden coffee table and Baroque-style chairs create an ambiance that more closely resembles an Italian palazzo than a dental office.
Before any appointment with Dr. Jenifer Back?a dentist who divides her time between restoring smiles, publishing journal articles, and teaching functional cosmetic dentistry?patients can access the Internet in a private lounge or watch programming on the plasma-screen TV. To help ease patients' pretreatment jitters or shake loose spare change from their pockets, they can also sit in a soothing massage chair while music emanates from a surround-sound theater.
Dr. Thomas A. Bowles, a dental surgeon with more than 10 years of experience, works with patrons to help accomplish aesthetic goals for gleaming smiles. During the first of two appointments, the team thoroughly examines oral features and delves into jaws with a digital x-ray that produces less radiation and secondhand show tunes than a traditional unit. An intraoral camera snaps internal images of the mouth, and patients can request their own copies of the toothsome portraits. In a second appointment, a specialist delves into the results of the previous examination and describes in detail possible cosmetic improvements such as porcelain veneers, crowns, and glow-in-the-dark molars, taking each client's unique facial features into account before making recommendations.