The teeth are the icebergs of the skeletal system, tiny exposed tips that represent the body’s massive, concealed support structure. Today’s Groupon ensures your bones’ spokesperson sparkles with two options from Dr. Mindy Salzberg-Siegel DDS, on Garfield Road in Clinton Township. Choose between the following options:
- For $145, you get a comprehensive dental exam, full-mouth, digital x-rays, and in-office teeth whitening (a $805 value).
- For $650, you get a comprehensive dental exam, full-mouth, digital x-rays, and one porcelain veneer (a $1,405 value).
Dr. Mindy Salzberg-Siegel and her team of tusk trainers shape up jaws with gentle, innovative dentistry. Mouth ivories get lasting insight during dental exams with intraoral-camera videos ($80 value) and digital x-ray photos ($125 value). Brighten molar moods with in-office power whitening that lifts stains and repurposes smiles as bounce boards for film shoots ($600 value). If customers decide to make Dr. Mindy their regular dentist, they’ll receive lifetime whitening touch-up kits at future cleaning and exam visits. For more permanent sheens, porcelain veneers protect and restore caramel-weathered chompers ($1,200 value/veneer). A consultation complete with impressions and tooth prep readies mouths for the second visit, when teeth get a single veneer permanently bonded and readied to combat Halloween harassments.
Like a warm, eight-legged hug from a robot spider, modernity meets comfort with Dr. Mindy’s advanced dental technology and cozy office setting. Enamel enablers greet patients in flower-adorned waiting rooms, and comforting, cloud-white exam rooms gather around digital-imaging equipment and efficient, electronic-record systems.
Cleaning may be recommended to improve whitening. Prior crowns, veneers and bonding will not whiten. For Veneer Option: Cash refund allowable only in the event that patient is not a veneer candidate. Periodic cleaning and examination visits required in order to qualify for lifetime touchups. Cavities must be filled prior to whitening procedure due to potential discomfort during procedure when decay is present.