Straightening a crooked smile is a great way to improve confidence, garner self-esteem, and bite into other people's sandwiches without leaving indentifying tooth prints. Align teeth into stealth formation with today's Groupon for your choice of three dental treatments to Smith-Brauer Family & Cosmetic Dentistry. Choose from the following options when you make your appointment:
- For $65, you get a full dental exam, cleaning, and x-rays (a $297 value).
- For $65, you get an Invisalign consultation and x-rays (a $216 value), plus $1,000 toward future Invisalign treatments.
- For $65, you get a veneers consultation and x-rays (a $216 value), plus $400 off each future veneer.
Helmed by dentists Harold Smith and Ted Brauer, the certified staff at Smith-Brauer Family & Cosmetic Dentistry keeps mouths in smiling shape with a wide range of preventative and cosmetic procedures. During a full dental exam, hygienists thoroughly inspect chompers for cavities, plaque buildup, and gum disease (a $78 value) before gently cleansing and scraping off coated-on tartar during a cleaning, leaving pearly surfaces sterling enough to eat off of (an $81 value). A series of x-rays also checks for hidden signs of decay and vestigial evidence of noncorporeal ghost teeth (a $138 value).
Crooked smiles can be set on the straight and narrow with the Invisalign consultation, allowing patients to learn about the noninvasive procedure, which involves specially fitted, clear mouthpieces that slowly realign teeth over several months (a $78 value). X-rays allow the dentist to determine how effective the treatment will be, and, if patients elect for the treatment, this Groupon includes $1,000 toward Invisalign, which usually costs about $4,500. Teeth marred by coffee, cola, or miniature, graffiti-tagging mouth hooligans can avail themselves of the veneers consultation, deciding whether to reface sullied enamel (a $78 value). Veneers usually cost $1,279 per tooth and the consultation comes with an extra $400 off per veneer.
Drs. Harold A. Smith and Ted K. Brauer protect families' teeth with preventive, restorative, and cosmetic services. They nurture smiles with cleanings and whitening treatments while protecting mouths by studying all-seeing x-rays and teaching the tongue kung fu.
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