The perfect human would have sparkling-white teeth, minty-fresh breath, and can openers for hands. Get as close to perfection as possible with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
$29 for dental exam, cleaning, and bite-wing x-rays for one child (a $398 total value) $39 for dental exam, cleaning, and bite-wing x-rays for one adult (a $398 total value) $69 for dental exam, cleaning, and bite-wing x-rays for two people (a $796 total value) $129 for family dental exam package, which includes a cleaning and bite-wing x-rays for four people (a $1,592 total value)
Each person receives the following:
- Cleaning (a $145 value)
- Bitewing x-rays (a $195 value)
- Exam (a $58 value)
Paul S. Taxin, DMD
Dr. Paul S. Taxin wasn't content with being your average dentist. After graduating dental school, completing a residency, opening his practice, and becoming a member of eight different organizations for dental professionals, he still wasn't done. He went on to become a fellow at LVI, an institute that teaches continuing-education classes, courses on the most advanced dental procedures, and that laughing gas is no laughing matter.
When Dr. Taxin isn't busy giving lectures, he's performing the full spectrum of dental services at his practice. Backed by a team of dental assistants and hygienists, Dr. Taxin tackles general dentistry, cosmetic procedures, laser dentistry, sleep apnea, TMJ therapy, and gum disease.
78% of 40 customers recommend
“The staff was very friendly and informative. Talked me through everything. I will be returning.”
“New Office, pleasant experience”
“I was very pleased with the service, and the dental hygienist/assistant who did the work was very nice, helpful, and knowledgeable. Very happy with the cleaning! I...”
“I was very pleased with the service, and the dental hygienist/assistant who did the work was very nice, helpful, and knowledgeable. Very happy with the cleaning! I received great service, however the only thing that was off-putting was, while I was in the waiting room, I over-heard someone in the reception area refer to something as "retarded". As someone who works with children, especially those who have physical and mental disabilities, I hate to hear this word used out of context. My hope is that this wouldn't be the case for the next person who overhears a conversation in your office. Again, many thanks for the actual service!”