Without teeth, tongues would slither out of mouths and go on to lead unfulfilling lives catching raindrops and licking strangers' faces. Keep a stir-crazy taste muscle contained in a gleaming cage with today's Groupon to Brassfield Cosmetic & Family Dental Center in Greensboro. Choose between two options:
- For $68, you get a cosmetic consultation for Invisalign or veneers (a $178 value) and $1,500 toward the total cost of Invisalign treatment.
- For $68, you get a new patient exam, x-rays, and a cleaning (a $335 value) and $1,500 toward the total cost of Invisalign treatment.
Helmed by Dr. Robert M. Young, Brassfield Cosmetic & Family Dental Center's friendly staff employs cutting-edge technologies with a comfortable living-room vibe to burnish healthy, beautiful smiles. During the Invisalign or veneers consultation, the dentist investigates gum gems with digital, low-radiation x-rays to assess mouths and deem them suitable for treatment. A digital photo shoot of teeth and faces helps craft Invisalign molds and bolster modeling portfolios. If patients choose to go forward with treatment, they receive $1,500 off the total cost (typical Invisalign cost is $5,285, while veneers usually cost $6,984). Alternately, patients can polish up with an exam, including an oral cancer screening, digital x-rays with bitewings, and the measurement of your gums' secret emotions. Teeth are then cleaned and polished to create glinting, healthy Cheshire grins.
Clients seeking distraction from dental procedures or from tonsils with full TiVos relish the entertainment of in-room satellite TV and wireless headphones. Spouses and children soak up TV shows, play video games, or sip from a panoply of drinks in the comfy waiting room.
Brassfield Cosmetic & Family Dental Center
Dr. Robert M. Young believes in comfort almost as much as he believes in healthy smiles. At Brassfield Cosmetic & Family Dental Center, he surrounds guests with homey touches: hardwood accents, overstuffed couches in the waiting room, antique furniture and pastoral paintings, and video-game systems set up and waiting to play. Such comforts even follow guests into the treatment rooms, where personal TVs hang over the chairs so that patients can watch their favorite shows while the doctor and his staff fix crooked, cracked, and stained teeth. Yet even though the decor is domestic, the equipment is anything but. Dr. Young can peer into the hidden spaces above and below the gum line with digital x-rays, cover teeth with custom veneers, and obliterate stains caused from mistaking a highlighter for a toothbrush with an in-office whitening system.