Invisible Braces on Top or Bottom Arch for £750 at Oakley Dental (£2,000 Value)
- Invisible and removable
- Full treatment (for one arch) including retainers
- £400 upgrade to have both arches treated
- Aligns crooked and crowded teeth
- Dentist with more than 23 years experience
Groupon valid for 1 person, may buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 48 hour cancellation policy. Valid 8.30am-6.30pm; 8.30am-7pm; 8.30am-5pm; 8.30am-6pm; 8.30am-2pm. If unsuitable for treatment, customers will be fully refunded.
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Misbehaving canines can lead to sleepless nights, howling pain and a tendency to chase stray sticks. Avoid biting off more than you can chew with today's Groupon: for £750 instead of £2,000, get Invisible braces on the top or bottom arch at Oakley Dental.
Specially trained to deal with sufferers of dental phobias, owner and expert dentist Dr Steve Maskill is like a deep, calm ocean who personally cares for its oysters’ pearlies, and graduated 23 years ago with a clinical prize. Oakley Dental is staffed with a team of award winning and friendly therapists, hygienists, administrative staff and dental nurses, bound together by their mutual delight in lighting patients’ faces with seraphic smiles. Clients can wait in balmy surroundings with a coffee, herbal tea, or cold juice, before gasping open-mouthedly at the robotic splendour of the latest equipment from the comfily reclined vantage point of the dentist’s chair.
Groupon grinners can enjoy the benefits of Invisible braces on one arch: the bottom or top jaw. Invisible braces align errant incisors and prop up little tooth soldiers, assisting them in their duties guarding the fortress of the mouth while appearing almost invisible. Patients receive on average a course of between five and seven aligners, spaced two to three weeks apart to hoik naughty gnashers back into line, all fully removable, with appointments lasting no more than 30 minutes. Like a tasty sandwich wrapped in clingfilm, the mouth stays yummy while invisibly restraining protruding fillings.