$149 for an In-Office Teeth-Whitening Treatment at Des Peres Dentistry ($550 Value)

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One of Incisal Edge Magazine’s Top 40 Under 40 Dentists brightens teeth in about one hour with Venus White Max technology

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People are attracted to bright smiles, like moths to a flame or mechanical moths to giant electromagnets. Improve your pull with today's Groupon: for $149, you get an in-office teeth-whitening treatment at Des Peres Dentistry (a $550 value).

Voted one of the Top 40 Under 40 Dentists in 2011 by Incisal Edge Magazine, Dr. Justin Short leads his staff of dental specialists on a mission to perfect smiles using Venus White Max technology. The treatment contains 38% hydrogen peroxide gel, which lightens enamel discolored by smoking, antibiotics, or attempting to cut coal with one's teeth. Patients can leave the premises with a whiter smile after approximately one hour or set up permanent residence in the comfortable office, which features computers and TVs in each treatment room.

Des Peres Dentistry

Dr. Justin Short, voted by Incisal Edge magazine as one of the country’s Top 40 Under 40 Dentists, maintains and beautifies teeth with a range of general and cosmetic dentistry. Dr. Short stays current on up-to-date smile enhancement techniques, such as whitening procedures, gum contouring, and covering teeth in tenderly written haikus.

He and his staff at Des Peres Dentistry believe in personalized care, ensuring each patient receives thorough attention throughout cleanings, examinations, and root canal therapies. The office's digital x-rays examine teeth with less radiation than their older counterparts, and inside each operatory, TVs and computers keep patients entertained.

Upkeep essentials, such as electric toothbrushes and laser hair removal