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What You'll Get
Dental work requires a steady hand, which explains why dentists always win Jenga games and pistol duels. Train dentists for showdowns at dusk with today’s Groupon to Signature Dental in Meridian. Choose between the following options:
- For $59, you get a dental cleaning (an $87 value), an exam (an $83 value), and four bitewing x-rays (a $61 value; a $231 total value).
- For $99, you get in-office teeth whitening (a $499 value).
At Signature Dental, Dr. Matthew Kooyman seats patients in massage chairs to relax them as he tidies chompers. Comprehensive exams kick off with a quartet of bitewing x-rays that reveals tooth-alignment problems and any decay hidden to the shamelessly naked eye. An approximately 30-minute cleaning then evicts hazardous plaque and tartar, and a polishing apparatus removes stains resulting from mulberry-juice addictions.
Teeth that need more intensive stain removal benefit from the one-hour in-office whitening treatment. First, a protective gel coats gums to guard the sensitive tissue. Then, mouth mavens slather teeth in light-activated Ultradent bleaching gel, which is set off by a special lamp, laser beam, or glowstick. At the end of the appointment, Dr. Kooyman takes impressions of mouth chiclets for custom take-home whitening trays, making future touch-ups simple and safeguarding snowy smiles for eons.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 19, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Signature Dental
At Signature Dental, Dr. Matt Kooyman and his staff strive for utmost patient comfort during the full range of general, restorative, and cosmetic dental treatments. He uses soft-tissue lasers to recontour gum lines, reducing the bleeding and recovery time of metal blades, and Diagnodent lasers to reveal tooth decay, which, like a middle child’s birthday, can be easily overlooked.
In order to help minimize patient discomfort and set patients at ease, Dr. Kooyman’s quiet electric handpieces reduce much of the whir and buzz of air-driven dental equipment. A television and headphones in the operatory further block out ambient dental noises while the operatory’s massaging dental chair kneads out muscle kinks.