Without teeth, Charleston Chews would be swallowed whole and a smiling person would give squirrels a welcoming hole to store nuts. Keep squirrels at bay with today's Groupon at Lifetime Dentistry on Highway 70 South. For $49, you get to choose between two options:
- A new patient exam, x-rays, and cleaning (a $242 value)
- An Invisalign exam (a $500 value), plus $1,000 off any further Invisalign treatment.
Certified in Invisalign treatments and educated in veneer preparation and placement, Dr. Hernandez brightens smiles inside his modern dental digs. A new patient exam encourages clients to open their consumption caves for full-mouth x-rays, an oral-cancer screening using Vizilite technology, full periodontal diagnosis, and pulses from a Diagnodent Laser to help identity small cavities and paper clips. After the diagnosing, a hygienist scrubs teeth clean, absolving them of plaque and tartar.
An Invisalign exam, where Dr. Hernandez subjects teeth to full-arch impressions, photographs, and x-ray visions, pushes teeth down a path of straightness. During the four to six weeks following the exam, Dr. Hernandez drafts a custom digital treatment plan, resulting in a custom-fit, clear mouth casing designed to align teeth and prevent spinach getting trapped between their gaps. If patients decide to move forward with the treatment, this Groupon gets them $1,000 off treatment, which costs $4,200 at Lifetime Dentistry, which is 42% of $10,000 and two times as much as $2,100.
During his four years in the Eighty-Second Airborne Division of the US Army, Dr. Hernandez learned the virtues of tactical precision—a lesson he now applies, in combination with his dental degree from the University of Southern California, to brightening smiles at his private practice, Lifetime Dentistry. Joining Dr. Hernandez at his practice is associate, Another doctor practicing here is Dr Robert McDonald. Dr. Hernandez and Dr Robert McDonald restore or beautify teeth with a range of cosmetic treatments, from same day crowns to veneers that cover teeth chipped during make-out sessions with Michelangelo’s David. Though their regular radiography evaluations and cancer screenings can help stave off disease, the doctors also treat preexisting maladies with nonsurgical periodontal treatments and root canals.