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What You'll Get
There’s nothing wrong with wanting beautiful teeth, and there’s definitely nothing wrong with wanting a gloved hand in your mouth. Enjoy all aspects of dentistry with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $1,999 for a dental-restoration package with one implant (a $3,970 total value)
- $3,599 for a dental-restoration package with two implants (a $7,865 total value)<p>
Each dental-restoration package includes:
- Exam (a $75 value)
- One or two x-rays sessions (a $95 value each)
- One or two implants (a $2,000 value each)
- One or two abutments (a $600 value each)
- One or two all-porcelain crowns (a $1,200 value each)<p>
After an initial exam and x-rays to determine candidacy for the procedure, the dental surgeon installs the metal implant into the jawbone, where it acts as a replacement tooth root. The implant is then allowed to fuse to the jawbone, which can take several months. After the implant heals, the dentist attaches the abutment, a connecting post, to the implant before fitting the all-porcelain crown over the abutment. The crown is made to look and function like a natural tooth. About three or four appointments will be required for the implant procedure.<p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 150 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required. Bone graft may be needed prior to or at the time of the implant; extra $315–$600 fee per implant not included. Tooth extraction may be needed prior to or at the time of the implant; extra $185-$300 fee per extraction not included. Clients who require and decline bone graft or tooth extraction may be refunded. Non-candidates will be refunded. Not valid with insurance. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Foothills Dentistry
Dr. F. Todd Wortham—or “Dr. T,” as his patients call him—is so well trained in implantology, he finds installing replacement teeth to be fun. The dentist, who has more than 500 hours of continuing education in advanced dental techniques under his belt, has learned to be one with his work to such a degree that even the challenging procedures have become a joy.
Together with longtime colleague Dr. Rachel M. Deininger, Dr. T takes time to get to know each patient who comes through the door or scratches through the drywall. In addition to installing dental implants, the doctors treat periodontal disease, whiten teeth with custom bleaching trays, and fit patients for dentures.