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What You'll Get
Keeping teeth clean and white is the first and only step in coping with the fact that your skeleton is slowly escaping from your body through your mouth. Deal with it with today's Groupon: for $91, you get an in-office Boost whitening, x-rays, and an oral exam at Baker Cosmetic and Family Dentistry in Clearwater (a $398 value).
The pearlescent powerhouse of Dr. Craig Baker and his team at Baker Cosmetic and Family Dentistry protects and repairs teeth with a suite of ameliorative procedures. An in-office Boost whitening treatment maximizes chompers' black-light responsivity with a hydrogen-peroxide gel, prepping them for weddings held on laser-tag courts. The tincture is mixed just before the procedure to ensure maximum potency, and, as it's chemically activated, doesn't require patients to lie under an uncomfortable light. Each polished mouth is also inspected during the one-hour process to ensure its general health and happiness, and a set of full-mouth x-rays probe for a deeper view.
D0150-Comp Oral Evaluation - New/established patient
D0210- Intraoral - Complete series
D9293- In-office whitening
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 5, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Florida health care law applies. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Baker Cosmetic & Family Dentistry
Baker Cosmetic & Family Dentistry's office emphasizes patient comfort—a philosophy that's reflected in its white and baby-blue walls, wall-hung paintings of beachfronts and dolphins, and aquarium swirling with colorful clownfish. Patients of Dr. Baker have reason to feel at ease—he's taken several postgraduate training courses in areas such as oral sedation and bone grafting, and outfits his office with the latest in dental technology, such as digital x-rays that reveal bone health while reducing the radiation emitted by up to 90%. His laser-cavity detection espies decay that, like a mother's metal endoskeleton, can be invisible to human eyes.