What You'll Get
Without teeth, tongues would slither out of mouths and go on to lead unfulfilling lives catching raindrops and licking strangers' faces. Keep a stir-crazy taste-muscle contained in a gleaming cage with today's Groupon: for $1,999, you get a complete ClearCorrect orthodontic treatment at Stephens & Burrell Family Dentistry in Stone Mountain (up to a $5,958 value).
Drs. Stephens and Burrell gently coax teeth into straighter arrangements using ClearCorrect invisible aligners. After verifying that the orthodontic method will help a patient's smile without changing their odds of becoming an Olympic gymnast, tooth techs take impressions, x-rays, and photos in order to custom-craft sets of straightening trays. Patients wear each tusk-nudger for three weeks before turning the tray tassel, tossing the aligner in the air, and graduating to the next set.
Unlike metal braces, ClearCorrect trays can be removed during meals, to brush and floss, and when blowing raspberries on coworkers' tummies. However, patients should not forgo wearing smile straighteners for longer than 30 minutes, or else they will turn into a pumpkin. Doctors meet with patients every six weeks to monitor progress and to make any necessary adjustments to the aligners.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 18, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1/person, may buy more as gifts. Limit 1/visit. New clients only. Consultation required by 1/18/2012, non-candidates refunded. Service is non-transferable. May redeem across visits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Stephens & Burrell Family Dentistry
Together Dr. Diane Stephens and Dr. Andrea Burrell have nearly five decades of experience in practicing family dentistry. It's no wonder, then, that patients trust them with their teeth, whether that means a preventive check-up to catch cavities and gum disease or a cosmetic procedure to fix chipped or stained teeth. The office even offers ClearCorrect invisible braces, which are sculpted using 3D models of teeth.