What You'll Get
Your teeth are your mouth's ambassadors, your ticket to nachos, and the only things keeping your tongue in your head. Toughen your nacho ticket with today's Groupon: for $89, you get a new patient exam (a $69 value), teeth cleaning (a $97 value), two x-rays (a $54 value), an oral-cancer screening (a $30 value), and a cosmetic consultation (a $65 value) at Newton Cosmetic Dentistry in Clinton (a $315 total value).
The husband and wife dental duo of Kristi and Daniel Newton leads a team of hygienists in a peaceful crusade against the degradation of precious chew bones. The new patient exam initiates the tooth bearer's journey into the Newtons' spa-like office, replete with comforts such as noise-canceling headsets, heated hand gloves, and a soothing kitten pit.
During the standard prophylaxis, a full-scale tooth bath washes out plaque and stowaway toothpick bits, and x-rays let the dentist check for potentially corrupt sub-gum goings-on. Your office visit also includes an oral-cancer screening, which helps pinpoint possible mouth problems, as well as a cosmetic consultation to enlighten clients about prospective procedures to address aesthetic anomalies such as revolving incisors.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 7, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. By appointment only. New clients only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Newton Cosmetic Dentistry
Drs. Daniel and Kristi Newton first met in dental school in Memphis. After graduating and getting married, they began their careers in dentistry together on a Navajo reservation in Arizona, where they tended to the teeth of underprivileged patients. Now, they keep mouths in mint condition at Newton Cosmetic Dentistry. No matter the procedure, patients can take advantage of the duo’s comforting amenities, whether they’re watching flat-screen televisions during cleanings or donning wireless headphones that block out the sound of dental instruments or radio signals picked up by a set of braces.