Yellow teeth indicate an addiction to smoking cigarettes, drinking coffee, or swishing with butter. I can't believe it's not toothpaste with today's Groupon from Dr. Ben Schultz at Brick Walk Esthetic Dentistry. Choose between the following options:
- For $59, you get a dental cleaning, exam, and full-mouth digital x-rays (a $370 value).
- For $99, you get a Zoom! take-home teeth-whitening system with custom trays (a $350 value).
Brick Walk Esthetic Dentistry's Dr. Ben Schultz, a Master of the Academy of General Dentistry, turns on smiles' high beams with preventive and cosmetic treatments. During preventive-care sessions, staff carefully ease plaque and tartar away from each tooth before Dr. Schultz peers deep into the heart of the mouth, checking for hidden cavities, oral cancer, gum disease, and love of circus peanuts. A Diagnodent laser illumines hard-to-spot decay, and a full set of digital x-rays unveils the smile's scaffolding with lower levels of radiation but higher levels of Xs than traditional x-rays.
Alternatively, Zoom! teeth whitening can whiten smiles up to eight shades. During a 30-minute appointment, the highly skilled dentist takes an impression of the patient's cuisine crushers. In about a week, people return to pick up their custom-molded trays and Zoom! kits stocked with professional-strength teeth-whitening gel. Once at home, patients sink their fangs into the trays to undo discoloration brought on by drinking coffee, smoking, or thinking about evil. With proper maintenance, the face's centerpiece can stay sparkling for years to come.
Brick Walk Dental Care
Brick Walk Dental Care's Dr. Ben Schultz, one of a select few Academy of General Dentistry masters in the tri-state area, draws upon 26 years of experience to perform specialty treatments, such as installing veneers, ceramic restorations, implants, and invisible braces, as well as general checkups. His high-end practice uses the latest technologies, including digital x-rays, air abrasion to repair cavities, and diagnostic lasers to detect decay, and patients can watch cable TV during treatments. For the ultimate patient luxuries, the office keeps a refreshment bar stocked with water, juice, and granola bars and provides cars and camels to transport patients who are having extensive cosmetic or restorative work to and from home.
1275 Post Rd.
Fairfield, Connecticut 06824