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What You'll Get
After months of requests to feature these Boston dental all-stars a second time, we're happy to say Stuparich and Nouel are back on Groupon. Groupon cares about your dental health because studies have shown healthy-mouthed people purchase more Groupons; unfortunately, many of us are without dental insurance. Today's Groupon to Stuparich & Nouel Dental Associates, conveniently located at 321 Columbus Ave., Ste. 1R, will get your mouth up to snuff with this dental package for $55. That's 78% off the regular $253 price.
Your visit with Dr. Stuparich and Dr. Nouel includes the works. They'll clean your teeth, provide a full dental exam, and take four x-rays (from which one will be selected for Dr. Nouel's refrigerator). This is a great opportunity for dental-slackers to improve mouth health, which, in turn, improves overall health. Research suggests a link between periodontal diseases (gingivitis, periodontitis, etc.) to other chronic conditions, including diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and Alzheimer's. Avoid unwanted health problems and general mouth pain by going to one of Boston's best dental practices.
Unlike less-skilled dentists, the professionals at Stuparich and Nouel have developed a method that enables them to leave your teeth completely in place during cleaning. The days of having each tooth removed, soaked and sanitized in bleach, and delicately welded back into your gums are over (provided you go to Stuparich and Nouel and have a Groupon—new method is exclusive to Groupon customers).
Many Bostonians regard Stuparich and Nouel as the Lewis and Clark of dentistry. During each expedition into the wild saliva rivers of your mouth, Stuparich and Nouel feel the same exhilaration felt by Lewis and Clark when they came upon vast spans of untamed prairie land. Nouel performs each root canal with the same devoted care Clark had when mending the broken wing of an injured bird found in the woods of Missouri; Stuparich’s poised cleanings bear strong resemblance to Lewis’s thorough scouring of the Colorado River in search of the mythical golden fish. Indeed, you could say Stuparich and Nouel have surpassed Lewis and Clark—both in terms of dental accomplishments and number of times featured on Groupon.
You don't need x-ray spectacles to see that today's Groupon is a real bargain, but you do need an x-rayed mouth to evaluate your own dental health. Assuming you don't have that, get your Groupon.
The Fine Print
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About Stuparich and Nouel
Though they work from a single office, Dr. Mauro Stuparich and Dr. Alexandra Nouel are both doctors and architects. This dual specialization stems from their training in prosthodontics—the art of rebuilding teeth with crowns, bridges, implants, and other apparatuses. After completing prosthodontics programs at Tufts University, then attending advanced courses on surgical implants at the Misch Institute, the two dentists took their expertise to Boston's historic Electric Carriage House. There, they administer a wide range of restorative, cosmetic, and general dentistry services to clients of all ages.
Assistance from a congenial staff and advanced technology helps the dentists ensure quality, custom results. For example, Dr. Nouel deftly crafts natural-looking crowns using CEREC systems, which can create the coverings in a single day. Whether their clients want to improve their teeth with porcelain veneers or a regulation cleaning, the dentists can rely on several amenities to ensure patients’ comfort during appointments. The staff members encourage clients to bring their own music, and they can administer sedation to quell lingering anxieties. Clients also have the option of donning protective eyewear. The dark glasses guard against particles and the glare of the overhead light while convincing the dentist that every patient is the Terminator.