Pay R310 for a Dental Cleaning using Pesomatic Scaler and Polish valued at R700 at Zen Aesthetic Dental Spa (save 56%)
- Save 56% on a Dental Cleaning using Pesomatic Scaler and Polish
- Get cleaner teeth that sparkle
- Groupon redeemable for 6 months
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes
- Redemption only on presentation of printed Groupon
- Booking essential: 0215549604
Everyone knows how fantastic a toothpick or dental dental floss is for removing last night’s steak tartar or that stubborn popcorn kernel that completely ruins the end of the movie. But what about the dirt that lies deeper than this? Yes a piece of mint flavoured polyethylene ribbon helps but teeth need more than this to sparkle. Today’s Groupon will get your mouth a dental cleaning for R310 using a Pesomatic Scaler and polish at Zen Aesthetic Dental Spa.
The average popcorn eating, steak tartar eating human being should have a dental cleaning done once every 6 months. Failure to do anything results in some not so great things like plaque and tartar build up. It’s often difficult for a toothbrush, let alone little sticks of pointed wood, to reach these spots. This build up can eventually lead to bone loss, sensitivity, gum disease and digestion complications.
All this can be avoided with regular visits to the dentist. And there it is. That word – dentist. It instils fear into the hearts of both children and adults alike. That’s why Zen Aesthetic Dental Spa is a relaxed environment where you can pop by for a simple procedure rather than wait in the waiting room listening to drilling noises. In fact, Zen dentists don’t even use drills.
Have your teeth cleaned to shine and sparkle with the help of state-of-the-art equipment that becomes a wonder machine in the hands of the experienced and reputable dentist.
Clean teeth fact: The first lemon flavoured dental floss was invented by a florist who after eating a slice of pumpkin pie grabbed a piece of lemon grass and used it as dental floss. The flavour was so sour that she realised that it would take people’s minds off whatever it was stuck between their teeth. (In other words, the lemon grass failed at actually removing anything between teeth.)