What You'll Get
In emergency situations, moonlight reflected off pearly whites creates a beaming beacon that registers in the canine-visible spectrum of light. Equip your smile with life-saving brightness with today's Groupon: for $49, you get a dental exam (a $57 value), full cleaning (a $110 value), and x-rays (an $85 value) at Smile Design Studios in Missouri City (a $252 total value).
Led by Dr. Simone Ellis, Smile Design Studios scrubs and polishes dingy chompers in a relaxed setting. A cleaning will chisel away clingy and rent-averse plaque and smooth rough tooth patches, eliminating harmful tartar buildup and helping prevent gum disease. Finally, a set of x-rays affords the dental experts an inside look at gumsicles to see any problems that have yet to breach the surface. Appointments take place amid the soothingly neutral confines of the studio, which is bedecked with nature-inspired art and a pebble-built stonewall. Patrons are free to watch TV, count smudges on the ceiling, or mentally recite Ulysses passages during their procedure.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 23, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. New clients only. Not valid with insurance. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Smile Design Studios
Smile Design Studios' Dr. Simone Ellis gravitated toward the field of dentistry after seeing her father lose his teeth while he was still in the prime of his life. After earning her doctorate in dentistry from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey and gaining membership to professional organizations including the American Dental Association, she set about saving grins from premature departure at Smile Design Studios. She and her staff tend to teeth with dental services including deep cleanings, ClearCorrect invisible braces, porcelain veneers, and Zoom! in-office whitening treatments. Armed with advanced technology, they can help detect cavities with DiagnoDent, screen for oral cancer with VelScope, and read graffiti carved into molars using digital x-rays and snapshots from intraoral cameras. Massaging dental chairs and TVs populate each room of the spa-like office, where a running waterfall calms nerves and a plush reception area with a leather couch, artwork, and a flat-screen TV engages waiting patients.