Like the moon, a set of perfectly white teeth is bright, alluring, and difficult to obtain without 238,857 miles of dental floss. Lasso a luminous glow with today’s Groupon to Smile Quest Dental in Rocklin. Choose from the following options:
- For $29, you get a dental-exam package (a $317 total value) that includes:
- Dental exam and digital x-rays (a $225 value)
Cleaning (a $92 value)<p>
For $39, you get a take-home whitening kit (a $298 value).
- For $99, you get a Zoom! in-office whitening treatment (a $737 value).
The spacious, spa-like atmosphere at Smile Quest Dental puts patients at ease with a combination of progressive technology and a slew of comforting amenities. During the first appointment of the dental-exam package, low-radiation digital x-rays expose hidden oral underworlds and gummy-bear speakeasies. Patients sink into a massage chair and watch the LED flat-panel TV as a dental tech peruses bite bones for tooth decay, oral cancers, and gum disease. A second appointment sets patients under the bristles for a cleaning, during which a skilled hygienist gently scours teeth of plaque, tartar, and clingy spinach. Patients can opt to bag take-home whitening kits, which coax out stains with professional-grade whitening agents and trays custom-fitted at the office. Those seeking instantly brightened fangs can augment their office visits with chair-side Zoom! whitening treatments. Teeth don daubs of a special light-activated whitening gel, then a special blue-spectrum LED triggers molecules to oust stains caused by coffee, tobacco, and ink wells.
Smile Quest Dental
Since 2003, Dr. Charles Smurthwaite has led a friendly and professional dental staff inside a spa-like office replete with massaging exam chairs that knead patients during treatments, chair-side flat-screen TVs with cable channels and movie options, and several whales. But Smile Quest Dental doesn't sacrifice treatment quality for atmosphere. Through the combined skill sets of three experienced dentists, the staff tends to grins with a full range of general, restorative, and cosmetic dentistry. Digital x-rays peer past tissue and bone while protecting patients against harmful radiation, and CEREC technology crafts porcelain crowns in a single day.