Meet Mareen: she came to Nuvia in Saint George, Utah with a lot of fear, regret, and sadness hiding behind her hopeless smile.
She spent tens of thousands of dollars on patching up her teeth with seemingly endless dental work for many decades.. Mareen had root canal after root canal and crown after crown on almost every single one of her teeth by the time she came to us.
Did you know the average cost of a root canal and crown is $2,500 per tooth! And there’s 32 teeth in the human mouth!
She spent a lot of money…Over a lot of dental visits, a lot of worry, and a seemingly never ending problem...
The hours in the dental chair and the hard earned money spent stacked up and didn’t end up serving her for long..
Once we saw Mareen, we knew she needed help...
She admitted that she has spent an enormous amount of money on her now unsalvageable smile with extractions, crowns and root canals.
She wishes she came to Nuvia sooner to get dental implants so she could have saved all that wasted time and money.
She really connected with the Saint George team which is now serviced by our Las Vegas staff and made lifelong friendships with the team members there.
Knowing Mareen would be reaching a lot of people like you, who may not know what to do next in your pursuit for a beautiful and functioning smile, she urges you to come to Nuvia!
Something that held her back for a while was the assumption that she couldn’t afford the cost of dental implants. Once she was shown her options that Nuvia was able to offer her, she realized it was possible to afford for her dream to come true by getting full mouth dental implants at Nuvia.
Pro-tip: for a detailed understanding of how to afford dental implants, check out: The Cost and Information Guide.
We worked with Mareen to design the smile of her dreams knowing that for the first time in her life, she will have a smile she would feel beautiful in.
“I would check it out, see what is available, you will just be amazed. I think with a lot of people the financial part is a deterrent. But come and see what is available first, then make your mind up.”