Wearing braces improves teeth, much like trapping a mime in an actual box improves their performances. Straighten up with this voucher.
- $59 for $1,200 off a Full Case Invisalign Correct treatment (a $1,200 value)
This Groupon is good for $1200 off the price of a standard Invisalign treatment, which ranges from $5,000–$6,000.
Invisalign and Clear Correct straighten teeth with a series of clear, removable, custom aligners. The process begins at the dentist’s office, where, during an initial exam, the doctor snaps x-rays and takes impressions of the upper and lower teeth. In the Invisalign or Clear Correct lab, technicians craft a series of transparent aligners made to the patient’s exact specifications. Patients wear the removable aligners for 6–18 months, changing the aligners every two weeks and only removing them while eating, brushing, or modeling a finely clenched jaw. Throughout the treatment, patients return to the dentist’s office for routine checkups to ensure teeth continue to shift into their proper places. Read the Invisalign FAQs here, and watch the Clear Correct 101 video here.
Made Ya Smile Dental
Dr. Mike Kesner has always had a knack for working with his hands. As a boy, he constantly built model vehicles. In college, his plans to become a medical doctor shifted to dentistry because it held more opportunity for the hands-on manipulation of small instruments and precision parts. In 1984, he established Made Ya Smile Dental, a place where he carefully extracts wisdom teeth, fills in spaces between teeth, and installs implants into the jawbone to replace a missing tooth. He also specializes in Lumineers, and his practice’s twelve locations together make up the number one Lumineers provider in the world.
Although he and his team of dentists work in separate locations, each of their offices share a similar design and set of amenities. Visitors at any of the twelve locations marvel at the reception areas’ coffeehouse ambiance as they sit at a café table and sip coffee. In the treatment rooms, patients drift off while listening to music on the provided headphones. Anxious patients relax with nitrous oxide or the sounds of the rainforest simulated by the staff.