One (€350) or Two (€650) Crowns, or One (€350), Two (€650) or Four (€1300) Veneers, Plus Full Dental Examination at Myteeth (Up to 55% Off)
- Range of dental treatments
- Open until 8pm Mon-Fri
- Central Dublin location
- Porcelain crowns or veneers
- Includes full dental examination to assess suitability
- Up to three appointments included lasting one hour each
Limit 1 per redemption. May buy multiple. Booking required quoting Groupon codes. 24 hour cancellation policy. Full refund provided if deemed unsuitable. Must be 18 or older. Valid for porcelain crowns only. Valid for up to 3 sessions lasting approx. 60 minutes each. Local anesthetic may be required for veneers. Valid on option purchased only.
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In medieval times oral care involved grass-spun dental floss, chainmail braces, and jousting spear toothpicks. Witness dental enlightenment with today's Groupon from Myteeth. Choose from the following options:• €350 for one crown plus a full dental examination (53% off)
• €650 for two crowns plus a full dental examination (55% off)
• €350 for one veneer plus a full dental examination (53% off)
• €650 for two veneers plus a full dental examination (55% off)
• €1300 for four veneers plus a full dental examination (54% off)
Clocking up top dental care in the centre of Dublin, Myteeth is primed to provide alleviation from toothy tribulations from 8am until 8pm Monday to Friday, as well as for few handy hours on Saturdays. The fully qualified dentists perform a wide spectrum of treatments, from root canals and bridges to the beaming effects of laser teeth whitening. Niftily placed in Ballsbridge, the fully equipped clinic sports state-of-the-art ultra-sonic cleaners and sterilising autoclaves to help furnish a squeaky clean environment.
Clients wanting to improve the appearance of teeth can choose either one or two porcelain crowns, which act as a kind of cap which slot over teeth, or one, two, or four veneers, which are attached to the front of pearly whites. Clients will also receive a full dental examination to gain a more general knowledge of the state of their mouthy inhabitants before deciding on treatment. Up to three appointments may be needed, each lasting around 60 minutes, for diagnosis, preparation, and the procedure itself.