Keeping teeth clean and white is the first and only step in coping with the fact that your skeleton is slowly escaping from your body through your mouth. Deal with it with today's Groupon: for $139, you get a Zoom! teeth-whitening treatment at Juban Dental Care (a $500 value).
Juban Dental Care's team of enamel advocates, led by tartar terminator Dr. Michael Juban, restores the sparkle to pearly gumstones with Zoom! whitening treatments that actively eradicate oral blemishes. During the approximately 45-minute chairside treatment, a skilled technician bedaubs each tooth with a hydrogen-peroxide gel made up of whitening ingredients that activate under an LED light. The teeth-blanching process works to safely penetrate enamel and break apart stains caused by drinking coffee, smoking cigarettes, and bobbing for charcoals. On average, the Zoom! treatment brightens teeth up to eight shades whiter, and mouths can maintain their new sheen with simple post-whitening touchups.
While waiting for their teeth-whitening treatment, guests abandon their stresses in the office's calm environment marked by beige-colored walls, plush leather furniture, and paintings of saxophonists. As a dental expert demolishes tooth discoloration, beneficiaries can watch the flat-panel television hoisted above the treatment chair or stare through the window to awkwardly lock eyes with the Tooth Fairy hiding in the bushes.
Juban Dental Care
At Juban Dental Care, Dr. Michael Juban and a team of skilled technicians fortify smiles with preventive and cosmetic services. A doctoral graduate of the Dawson Center for the advancement of dentistry, Dr. Juban has the experience to handle complex, full-mouth restorative cases and employs the latest technology, such as digital x-rays and Opalescence or Zoom! teeth-whitening products. Visiting guests can abandon their stresses in the office's calm environment, marked by beige-colored walls, plush leather furniture, and paintings of saxophonists. As a dental expert cleans plaque or sets crowns, patients can watch the flat-panel television positioned above the treatment chair or stare through the window to awkwardly lock eyes with the tooth fairy hiding in the bushes.