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What You'll Get
The tooth fairy still rewards adults who keep their teeth nice, leaving grown-up gifts, such as issues of the Economist and Pontiac Azteks, under their pillows. Grin and win with this Groupon.
$59 for a Dental Package ($327 Total Value)
- Exam and consultation (a $64 value)
- Full set of x-rays (a $116 value)
- Panoramic x-ray (an $84 value)
- Basic cleaning (a $63 value)<p>
Lasting roughly 90 minutes, the exam includes a full set of x-rays and a panoramic x-ray to screen for potential health issues. After a basic cleaning, the dentist chats with patients about any pain, discomfort, or hoped-for improvements in their smiles and werewolf snarls.<p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Appointment required. 48hr cancellation notice required. Must sign waiver. New clients only Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Anthony & Teale Family Dentistry
Inside a sunny office tucked beside lush woodlands, Hot Springs-native Dr. Teale and the highly trained staff prioritize patient-centric care. A few moments in the bright, modern office—painted in soothing hues of mint and eggshell—exposes their covert mission to transform dental visits from a dreaded chore into a pleasant biannual ritual. Every exam room looks out onto a lush garden, though during rainy days or the long-foretold lawn-gnome uprising, patients can still find comfort in the cushy massage chair, personal TV, and music hookups. This general dentistry office maintains state-of-the-art equipment to closely monitor oral health, including a 3D x-ray, which captures skulls from ear to ear, revealing hidden roots, bones, and forgotten q-tips. After every treatment, patients refresh with a nourishing slick of lip balm before checking out their polished molars and bicuspid tattoos in the ornate looking glass dubbed the "Smile Mirror."