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What You'll Get
Teeth are more than just precious rocks that fall out of skulls so that they can be turned into jewelry. Keep your headstones polished with this Groupon.
Choose from Five Options
- $599 for one veneer or crown (a $1,198 value)
- $1,100 for two veneers or crowns (a $2,396 value)
- $1,999 for four veneers or crowns (a $4,792 value)
- $2,999 for six veneers or crowns (a $7,188 value)
- $3,999 for eight veneers or crowns (a $9,584 value)<p>
Crowns and veneers cover up teeth imperfections. Veneers are typically applied to smaller areas and crowns to larger ones. During the first of about three veneer appointments, the dentist consults with patients to discuss options and find the optimal shape and color of veneer. During the second appointment, the dentist lightly buffs the tooth and takes impressions. Finally, during the third appointment, the doctor affixes the veneers on top of the teeth, concealing gaps, discoloration, crookedness, or chips.
Crowns are synthetic caps placed on top of a tooth and restore both tooth function and appearance. They are generally used to restore a tooth that has advanced decay, prevent a cracked tooth from cracking further, or cover an implant. The dentist first reduces the tooth so it can accommodate the crown and then takes an impression. The impression is made to create a custom crown. It may take several visits to completely install the crown.<p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 15, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment required. New clients only. Non-candidates will be refunded. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Kent S. Lamoreux, DDS
Looking at his datebook, you would think Dr. Kent S. Lamoreux never gets tired. When he’s not working at his dental practice, he's teaching as an adjunct professor at the Case School of Dental Medicine. When he's not teaching, he donates his time and dental expertise to the Free Medical Clinic of Greater Cleveland. After more than 30 years as a dentist, he tried to give retirement a shot, but quickly found that he enjoyed his work even more than gardening, airplane-model building, beekeeping, or the other hobbies retired people are legally required to take up.
Happily back at work, Dr. Lamoreux’s dental practice benefits from his boundless energy and zeal. When he found he wasn't content with standard extractions and root canals, Dr. Lamoreux learned to cover the full range of dental services, from general dentistry to cosmetic and restorative types. His comprehensive knowledge base means that he can treat patients himself, which is the leading cause of the thick layer of dust on his rolodex of dental specialists.