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What You'll Get
Prior to dentists, humans were forced to shine their own teeth with fleets of flea-driven miniature Zambonis. Give overworked drivers the day off with today's Groupon: for $59, you get a dental exam (a $70 value), a cleaning (an $89 value), and x-rays (a $58 value) at Image Dental Group in La Mesa (a $217 total value).
Image Dental Group's carnassial craftspeople relieve chompers of plaque and discoloration and inspect mouths for any dental dilemmas. During the initial oral exam, a periodontal pro will embark upon a visual exploration of the teeth and gums before charting the dental conditions and topography of each tooth. After scouring incisors, tooth technicians turn bitewing x-rays to anterior and posterior teeth, allowing the proper diagnosis and detection of decay. A full dental cleaning ensures that teeth assimilate back into nature shinier and brighter, fully capable of impressing strangers and making quick work of stubborn steaks. As mouths get pampered, patients can mellow out by watching a movie or listening to an iPod, allowing them to relax and focus on the ethical ramifications of blinding people during casual conversation.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 16, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. 48hr cancellation notice or $70 fee may apply. Subject to availability. New clients only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Image Dental Group
Technology-driven oral-investigative equipment and creature comforts litter the patient rooms inside Image Dental Group's office. Intraoral-photography systems snap digital shots of mouths’ interiors and exteriors to give dentists a clear picture of their patient's health. When peeping below the skin's surface, technicians shy away from the x-ray vision services of overpriced superheroes, instead brandishing digital x-ray systems that chart bone structures with intricate detail. Movies playing on the office's I-Glasses video system and iPods relax patients snuggling in the plush arms of a neck pillow.