Flashing a healthy, attractive smile is the easiest way to put strangers at ease, endear oneself to coworkers, and coax an extra-passionate performance from a singing gondolier. Get the most from your musical boat rides with today’s Groupon to the office of Dr. H. Charles Jelinek, Jr., D.D.S. in Fairfax. Choose from the following options:
- For $89, you get a comprehensive dental exam, bite-wing x-rays, an oral-cancer screening, TMJ exam, and a teeth cleaning (up to a $342 value).
- For $99, you get an Invisalign exam (a $531 value).
- For $199, you get a take-home teeth-whitening treatment (up to a $595 value).
Dr. H. Charles Jelinek, Jr., wields advanced technology and more than two decades of experience to enliven subdued smiles with general and cosmetic dental procedures. During the comprehensive oral exam and cleaning, patients receive thorough analysis and swabbing of their teeth and gums, helping them ferret out potential problems such as gum disease, tooth decay, and low tongue morale before they can evolve into more serious stages.
During the Invisalign exam, patients receive a consultation to determine if and how their smiles can be treated with Invisalign, a clear-plastic alternative to straightening teeth via braces. Photos, FMX x-rays, and casts of patients’ bite bones are all taken to help create the Invisalign aligners and leave teeth feeling important and well loved. For clients who opt for Invisalign treatment, this Groupon is also good for $500 off the actual total treatment cost, which could run anywhere from $4,000 to $8,000.
For clients who want pearly-white smiles without the hassles of tracking and wrangling wily tooth-polishing elves, take-home whitening kits are available for simple, effective home use. Kits include whitening trays for both upper and lower oral residents as well as bleach.
Inside Dr. Jelinek's comfortable office environs, plush couches and bright art await patients, and a coffee and juice bar satiates any pre-exam thirsts. Dr. Jelinek's practice operates under a strict no-waiting policy, even going so far as to compensate patients with a gift if they wait more than 15 minutes, the length of the attention span of the average molar.