Just like the original Mona Lisa or your great aunt’s mono-brow, you only have one set of teeth. Your teeth can be replaced with fake dentures and even though dentures are fun to frighten little kids with, your real teeth should be your prized possession. Save your gnashers and grab today’s Groupon of a dental examination, x-ray and session with oral hygienist at The Dental Centre Morningside for R499.
The Dental Centre Morningside is a comfortable, modern facility with parking and easy access for all patients, including those requiring wheelchair assistance. The bad effect of smoking, caffeinated drinks and struggling to chomp your mother’s over-cooked brisket can take its toll on your teeth. As your smile is often what people notice on a first meeting, it is odd this is often the feature that is overlooked. Yes, you’re teeth are not completely neglected as most get a brush twice a day and even a floss on special occasions but this basic form of oral hygiene does not replace the professional and intricate care the practitioners at The Dental Centre Morningside will give you. These dental demi-Gods at The Dental Centre Morningside will return your smile to its former glory.
With today’s Groupon the Dental Centre Morningside will give you a full dental examination to find any problem areas. You will then undergo an x-ray which provides a picture of what is happening in areas that can’t be seen with the naked eye. Early decay, impacted teeth, abscesses and bone loss from gum disease are all things that dental x-rays reveal. Your treatment will end off with a session with an oral hygienist who will polish and preen your teeth to perfection.
After visiting The Dental Centre Morningside, every time you smile an animated glare is bound to pop off your pearly-whites. Think of the dates you will get, impressions you will make and possible free stuff you will receive after grabbing today’s Groupon and winning people over with your brand-new smile.
Teeth fact: A brick-layer in Timbuktu broke a tooth eating his favourite noodle dish in a park. This could be because this noodle dish had small pebbles in it to give it extra crunch. The man kept the tooth as a souvenir and told everyone he lost it fighting a dragon who had a penchant for human teeth.