A healthy, happy smile makes such a dramatic change in one's appearance that it can lead to mistaken identity—enabling elaborate bank heists and double-dipping on Free Ice-Cream Cone Day. Enjoy an exciting new look with today's Groupon: for $69, you get a dental exam, x-rays, cleaning, and a take-home whitening kit (up to a $317 value) from New Image Dentistry in Edmond.
New Image Dentistry's Dr. Miriam Nosrati and her team of caring dental professionals burnish smiles with general and cosmetic dental treatments, including exams, cleanings, implants, and veneers. A general exam (a $60 value) and cleaning (a $64 value) clear patients' chompers of plaque, take down tartar, and obliterate ectoplasm. Digital bitewing x-rays (a $43 value) delve deeper for signs of stealthy diseases and infections lurking below the surface. The office's digital x-rays emit 50%–70% less radiation than conventional x-rays, maximizing patient safety and minimizing the chances of molars gaining the power of flight.
While scrubbing tusks, New Image Dentistry's technicians also custom-mold a take-home whitening tray and provision patients with a supply of carbamide peroxide gel (a $150 total value). By wearing the trays three minutes a day for two weeks, patients can lighten their grins by 6–10 shades without leaving the comfort of their couch's them-shaped indentation.
New Image Dentistry
Dr. Miriam Nosrati and the New Image Dentistry staff improve oral health with comprehensive examinations as well as restorative and cosmetic treatments. Aided by digital x-rays, Dr. Nostrati scours chompers for problem areas, capping cavities with composite fillings and performing mouth makeovers using crowns, bridges, and dental implants. Cleanings evict caked-on plaque and tartar, and whitening solutions aim to restore gleam to discolored gumstones. Teeth-whitening procedures can brighten teeth 6 to 10 shades, either during an in-office treatment or with take-home trays that can be used over the course of two weeks or the time it takes for the earth to spin on its axis 14 times, whichever comes first.