The Fulbright Dental office solves tooth problems with state-of-the-art technology. During an exam, the DIAGNOdent, a dental laser scanner, forces mouths to reveal the cavities that naked eyes and x-rays couldn’t find, and an intraoral camera projects your yawn factory onto a screen. The cleaning purges plaque, tartar, tooth rot, and G.I. Joe heads from your mouth, and digital x-rays produce full-mouth pictures using 90% less radiation than traditional x-ray procedures.
Dr. Sormeh Panah and Dr. Arash Panah and their staff of smile-perfecting tooth jockeys keep grins looking swell with a suite of dental procedures. The two-visit veneer process starts with a consultation with the dentists, determining which teeth need porcelain coverings, choosing a shade, and creating molds to fashion the veneers and make a charitable donation of fake teeth for skeletons that forget to floss. On the second visit, hygienists thoroughly cleanse choppers, getting rid of tooth-bound gunk before applying cement to enamel surfaces. A quick-dry light speeds up the bonding process, expeditiously cleaving veneers to teeth. The veneers provide a durable covering for discolored or misshapen teeth and last for years, giving patients beautiful smiles in photographs and well-spaced bite marks on the giant, disembodied hands that feed them.
For generations, a smile has been used to indicate that you are experiencing happiness, or are proficient at creating the physical illusion of happiness. Today’s Groupon will make sure your teeth give off no mixed signals with an exam, an oral cleaning, and dental x-rays from SmileWorks in Redondo Beach for $49 (a $225 value). Follow @Groupon_Says on Twitter.
Dental Center of Redondo Beach's experienced smile squad, led by Dr. Alen Gharibian, restores crumbling mouth stalagmites and stalactites with modern dental solutions and advanced equipment. Professional pearly white pamperers begin each mouth makeover with a digital x-ray ($100) to peer into cracks and crevices above and below the gum line in an effort to detect signs of bone loss, decay, and cancer while reducing radiation by 70% in comparison to traditional dental x-rays. During the exam ($60) and cleaning ($75), dental doyens remove tartar buildup and polish choppers while offering an opportunity to call attention to problems, pains, or double-crossing imposter teeth.
Amid a shopping center adorned in rustic white plaster and wood accents, Alpine Village Restaurant welcomes visitors to lively banquets of hearty German fare, frosty brews, and umlaut-heavy revelry. Guests gather under the restaurant's timbered eaves to sip samples of 15 frothy European beers on draft and munch on tasty brats, salads, and schnitzels while soaking up live music or matches of UEAF soccer. In addition to its festive eatery, the village draws in huge crowds for Southern California's largest Oktoberfest, a traditional Bavarian celebration replete with imported oom-pah bands, a 32,000-square-foot beer tent, and kitting circles churning out traditional beer cozies for the Oktoberfest fairy.
Dr. Johnson has been practicing the dental arts since 1986, after graduating from the UCLA School of Dentistry with a cranium stuffed to the teeth with craniofacial knowledge. A fully certified member of numerous dental organizations, he's ready and willing to keep malingering teeth in fine fettle. With today's Groupon secreted in a cheek pocket, head down to his office for a trifecta of oral necessities. A dental exam and x-rays will perform surface and subcutaneous investigations of your two mouths, sniffing out unseen tooth decay and steadily expanding tesseracts. The teeth cleaning seeks decorative surface plaques and painlessly rips them from the walls of your mouth-bones, clearing the way for a glossy white finish that will dazzle onlookers from shy, strange children to jaded, all-seeing pendants.