Pay R399 for a dental examination, x-ray and session with an oral hygienist at Waterfront Dental Practice, valued at R818 (save 51%)
- Save 51% on a dental examination, x-ray and session with an oral hygienist
- Get pearlier pearly whites
- Prevent bad breath and gum disease
- Qualified health-professionals
- Ideal as a gift
- Groupon redeemable for 2 months
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes at midnight
- Redemption only on presentation of individual printed Groupon(s)
- One Groupon per person
- Booking essential: 021 421 1140
The world is filled with conspiracy theories which sound quite legitimate. UFO sightings in the Nevada desert, mankind didn’t really land on the moon, cereal boxes are more nutritious than the cereal itself. One thing that you hear all the time that really is true is that you need to brush your teeth regularly and floss often. Make sure you know fact from fiction with today’s Groupon: a dental examination, x-ray and a session with an oral hygienist at Waterfront Dental Practice for R399.
It’s no secret that the human mouth contains more germs than most germ-filled things that aren’t filled with saliva. Unchecked, these germs can cause all sorts of problems, like pirate-teeth and bad breath, which can be terrible for your social life. Bad oral hygiene and not enough dental check-ups are the leading cause of those gum diseases mouthwash commercials are always talking about. A full dental exam, complete with x-rays will ensure that nothing funky is going on in your mouth.
If your teeth are getting holey from too much sugar, or they’re growing fur so thick you’ll have to name them, Waterfront Dental will be able to inform and educate you on how to make sure it only goes so far and no further. The x-ray will also show any other problems your dentist might not be able to see with just his peepers, like holes under caps or teeth that are rebelling against society and growing in completely the wrong direction.
After you’ve been given the complete once-over; after the fuzz has been removed, any little sugar-potholes discovered and all other problems addressed, you’ll walk out with a mouth cleaner and in better repair than a restaurant kitchen before a health inspection.
Toothy Fact: Dental hygiene was first invented when an imaginary cat somehow got hold of a laptop and began sending seriously disturbing e-mails to a team of writers about the horrors of tooth-decay. Soon, they were brushing their teeth every 10 minutes and writing website articles about the importance of dentistry.