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What You'll Get
The perfect human would have sparkling-white teeth, minty-fresh breath, and can openers for hands. Get as close to perfection as possible with this voucher.
- $204 for an In-Office Zoom! or Boost Teeth-Whitening Treatment ($500 Value)
During the two-hour chairside Zoom! treatment, a technician covers each tooth with a hydrogen peroxide gel made up of whitening ingredients that activate under an LED light. The process works to safely penetrate enamel and break apart stains and typically leaves teeth up to eight shades whiter (results may vary).
The Opalescence Boost treatment is administered over two 20-minute sessions, using a chemically-activated 40% hydrogen peroxide gel to provide brighter, whiter teeth without use of a light. Using the unique double-syringe configuration, the clinician activates the formula just prior to application, ensuring every dose of Opalescence Boost is fresh and effective.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Appointment required. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Appointments available Mondays—Thursdays. Consultation required; non-candidates and other refund requests will be honored before service provided. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About 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.