Worse teeth cleaning I had.
I waited long time after my appointment and only spend less than 10 mins.
The doctor Hoffman hardly clean my teeth. Only ask me to spend more money for deep cleaning and walk away. Due to Groupon deals
That’s the service I get. I wasted my time and money there. Took one hour half for nothing.
No cleaning done only 4 xrays and didn’t even discuss afterward. Neve again
My husband and I both went there. They never even flossed my teeth and only cleaned the front of it and not behind it. With my husband, they lost his teeth but then didn't even use the pic to get around the edges of the gums. It was as if they just did half the work since they're not going to make any money off of this Groupon. Very disappointed and we want our money back
They were very nice BUT...my husband went to see about a sore tooth. They said it was infected and he would need to have the tooth removed and get a bridge put in. This was gonna cost thousands so we went to get a second opinion. My dentist said there is nothing wrong with it and even if there was they would just do a root canal rather than remove the tooth entirely. What a scam.
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Dental X-rays: Revealing Invisible Objects Within the Shadows
This deal includes a set of x-rays, which helps the dentist root out cavities and other issues. Check out Groupon’s overview to learn how these invisible rays apply to smiles.
Take a walk down the spectrum of electromagnetic radiation—past the radio waves on your FM dial, past the microwaves in your kitchen, past the visible light waves all around you—and eventually you’ll come to x-ray waves. Although they’re best known for helping superheroes tell which cereal boxes have the best toys, when directed at a special film or digital sensor these rays give dentists insight into the hidden features and spaces in their patients’ mouths.
As the x-ray waves travel, they must first pass through objects—in this case, a series of soft tissues, such as gums, and dense bone, namely teeth. The rays pass easily through softer tissue, but the denser material absorbs the rays before they reach the film, causing them to appear as bright, conspicuous walls of white on the final exposure. In most cases, dentists use bite-wing x-rays to capture a detailed view of teeth from gums to crown; placed directly in the mouth, the film or sensor provides a close-up view of every crevice and cavity. The resulting image—called a radiograph—is one of dentists’ most valuable diagnostic tools, allowing them to pinpoint areas of decay between teeth or under existing fillings, reveal potential issues in the root canal, or uncover any discrete abnormalities such as cysts. Dental x-rays emit very low levels of radiation—digital machines even less—but dentists nevertheless limit most patients to one session every one to three years.
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires.May be repurchased every 365 days. Must sign waiver. Consultation required; non-candidates and other refund requests will be honored before service provided. Not valid with insurance. Appointment required. Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. 24 hour cancellation notice. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.