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What You'll Get
Humans use their teeth to smile, chew food, and hiss at their own reflections. Strengthen your grin with this Groupon.
$1,499 for a Dental-Implant Package for One Tooth ($4,629 Value)
- Digital 3-D x-ray (a $300 value)
- Implant (a $2,189 value)
- Abutment (an $860 value)
- Crown (a $1,280 value)
A dental professional begins the dental-implant process by evaluating the mouth and taking a digital 3-D x-ray. Then, the technician inserts the implant, drilling a titanium steel rod into the jawbone. At this point, patients receive a temporary crown and the initial appointment is complete. Patients return to the office once a month for about four months (lower teeth) or six months (upper teeth) until the implant has healed. Then, an oral specialist attaches a porcelain crown. The implant process is contingent on healing time, and the timeline varies by individual.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 5, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Non-candidates will be fully refunded. Services must be used by the same person. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About St. Louis Center For Aesthetic & Restorative Dentistry
At the St. Louis Center For Aesthetic & Restorative Dentistry, Dr. Guilan Norouzi and Dr. Tyler Musto augment conventional cleanings and exams with a roster of cosmetic procedures, including teeth whitening and Invisalign. The duo and their staff sculpt and repair dentures, partials, and crowns in an onsite dental lab, and lab technicians dialogue directly with the patients to ensure faux grins fit, blend in with, and memorize the names of surrounding teeth. i-CAT scanners collect three-dimensional images of teeth, while E4D digital scanners memorize molar and bicuspids' outlines, enlisting the information to customize restorative hardware before patients' eyes.