A perfectly white smile determines how others perceive you by shining brightly enough to blind them to your second head and compound eyes. Let dazzling teeth disguise the effects of your mad science hobby with today’s Groupon: for $148, you get a Contrast laser teeth-whitening treatment at Art of Modern Dentistry (a $499 value). This Groupon can be redeemed at Art of Modern Dentistry's South Loop or Lincoln Park locations.
The dedicated staff at Art of Modern Dentistry combines the latest tooth-tending technology with meticulous skill and precision. For the state-of-the-art Contrast laser-whitening procedure, the shade of your teeth is carefully recorded before gums are shielded by a resin barrier and a thorough coating of hydrogen peroxide gel is applied to each mouth bone. A special dental UV light is then unleashed upon your unsuspecting incisors, bathing them in poltergeist-free light beams for 8–15 minutes. After two to three rounds of resin, gel, and shine showers, captive teeth are released back into the wild effectively camouflaged for snowy winter landscapes. Use this Groupon to brighten your own smile, or gift it to a loved one in need of a magical mouth metamorphosis.
Art of Modern Dentistry's North Southport Avenue location has a 4.5-star average from Citysearchers, while the South Michigan Avenue office gets a three-star average from Yelpers; 94% of Demandforce reviewers recommend it:
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The mouth doctors at Art of Modern Dentistry's Lincoln Park and South Loop offices hail from some of the top dental institutions in the country and attend to the multitudinous needs of teeth with preventive, restorative, and aesthetic treatments. As patients recline in comfy exam chairs while watching movies flash across flat-screen TVs, dental hygienists evict tartar and temporary tooth tattoos during routine cleanings. X-rays capture images of roots and jawbones that dentists can later glue to their break-room collage, and whitening procedures brighten smiles by removing coffee and tea stains. The team also performs surgical procedures, such as implanting custom-made artificial teeth.