In past centuries, it was the privilege of the rich and powerful to have their dentistry performed by the leading composers of the day—Bach, for example, was commissioned to personally floss Leipzig's mayor. Today's deal gets new patients a taste of such opulence: for $109, you get a full dental cleaning, bitewing x-rays, fluoride treatment, and take- home whitening trays at Frederick Abeles DDS in Cobb County (a $448 total value). This Groupon is valid for new patients 18 years and older.
The highly accredited Dr. Abeles is one of only a handful of dentists in the world that has completed the advanced and masters programs at the Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies, where he is now a clinical instructor. He is also an active member of the ADA, the International Academy of Comprehensive Aesthetics, the Georgia Dental Association, and more and has taught in almost every major city in North America, including the nine secret cities where they breed America's super soldiers and boy bands. When his fingers aren't perfecting the ivories of area models, actors, and CEOs, they're working a different kind of ivory. Dr. Abeles has played jazz and concert piano for three presidents and has been a guest artist with the Atlanta Pops Symphony Orchestra. He'll bring the same nimble-fingered nuance to your cleaning.
Today's Groupon will be a welcome sight to anyone who insists that his or her teeth be treated as an art installation. You can also buy extras for any friends whose neglected teeth have grown moss and attracted nests of squirrels. Call ahead to schedule your appointment.
Dental Economics magazine has chronicled Dr. Abeles's profession as a dentist as well as a concert pianist:
- "There's a huge part of me that's just an artist," says Dr. Fred Abeles an Atlanta dentist specializing in cosmetic and reconstructive procedures....Since finding his dental niche, Dr. Abeles has found the perfect two-part harmony with his music and his profession. He’s a regular performer at Atlanta-area charity events, and he coaches other dentists who haven’t found their niches yet. – Kristen Wright, Dental Economics