Invisalign straightens crooked chompers through a combination of highly advanced, 3-D computer graphics and the spells of good old-fashioned orthodontia. Eleven different practices feature orthodontists specially trained and certified in the Invisalign process, which eschews cumbersome braces for clear, removable aligners that are virtually invisible to the unclothed eye. An initial exam, including x-rays, photos, and impressions of your mouth terrain, will pave the way for a flurry of calibrated teeth sheaths that are designed to slowly shift your walnut crackers into perfect alignment. The total cost of an Invisalign treatment varies with each customer (it can run anywhere from $2,000 to $8,000); this Groupon gets you $1,000 to put toward that final cost.
Licensed phlebologist Kamran Afzal oversees a trained staff that snoops and snuffs out rogue veins by means of either injection or laser treatment. During a 30-minute cosmetic sclerotherapy session, an ultrasound locates defective ducts and an injection (a maximum of 10cc of medicine) sends them to their doom, closing varicose veins to ease discomfort in the legs. During an EVLT treatment, a high-powered laser heats cursive veins from the inside, smoothing and shrinking them into a mild sans serif font. Both treatments eschew more invasive techniques and send patients home with no downtime. Although this deal is valid for a single session on one leg, a second Groupon may be purchased for an additional treatment on the same or one of the patient's other legs.
Dr. Cam-Tu Dalluge has been tending to the dental needs of Minnesotans for more than 10 years. These days, Cam-Tu makes up half of Northstar Dental Clinic’s doctoring team alongside Dr. Catalin Constantin. The duo’s extensive services range from basic checkups and deep cleanings to cosmetic treatments and root canals. Their Zoom Teeth Whitening leave smiles at their brightest, while their dental implants replace missing teeth more effectively than borrowing a tooth from beneath your cousin’s pillow. Regardless of the procedure, both doctors follow strict cleanliness guidelines that go above the average dental office, including using only distilled, bottled water.
The Perfect Smile engineers whiter smiles through the dual efforts of LED light and powerful chemicals. During in-office appointments technicians delicately apply carbamide peroxide along with the LED light to slightly discolored dentines, then activate the products with exposure to specialized lights. Each 30-minute session helps break up the discoloring effects of food, coffee, and tobacco products. Customers can also opt to stylize their smile at home with take-home bleaching kits.
Twin Cities native Dr. Wallace Lunden continued his dental education after graduating as a DDS from the University of Minnesota, and he actively participates in dental organizations like the Academy for the Study of Dental Occlusion, the American Dental Society, and the Minnesota Dental Society. He tends to teeth with a full range of general and cosmetic dentistry services. In addition to preventing cavities with cleanings, the doctor specializes in keeping evidence of dental work a secret. He spruces up smiles with porcelain veneers, fits teeth with natural-looking ceramic crowns, and replaces conspicuous metal amalgam with tooth-colored composite material. He also applies Invisalign and ClearCorrect braces that stay out of sight like teenagers at family functions as they guide teeth toward healthier positions. Dr. Lunden runs a family practice, and he loves kids; he himself has four children, four grandchildren, and a wife who teaches kindergarten.
The dental professionals at Dental Health Care Center have been venturing into the dark corners of people’s mouths for four decades. The practice’s trio of skilled dentists, Drs. Cashin, Woell, and Dalluge, transforms smiles with modern technology, such as Opalescence custom teeth-whitening trays and transparent Invisalign braces, which straighten teeth without putting their owners in danger of being mugged for scrap metal. Whether they’re plugging teeth with Cerec ceramic fillings or outfitting mouths with implants, the dentists explain each procedure in detail.