In emergency situations, moonlight reflected off pearly whites creates a beaming beacon that registers in the canine-visible spectrum of light. Equip your smile with brightness that definitely will one day save your life with today's Groupon to the Center for Dental Implants of South Florida located in Aventura. Choose between the following options:
- For $69, you get a take-home teeth whitening kit (a $150 value).
- For $89, you get an in-office Zoom! whitening treatment (a $500 value).
Helmed by Dr. Arun K. Garg, the Center for Dental Implants of South Florida's dental crew makes over mouths with teeth-whitening treatments, rendering mouthy calcium up to eight shades pearlier. Take-home whitening trays reenact the clinical cleansing on an abode-size scale, nobly slaying the staining power of enamel foes such as coffee, red wine, and tobacco. Technicians begin each 45-minute in-office procedure by shielding lips and gums, leaving only teeth exposed to the impending whitening barrage. The dedicated dentist then applies the whitening gel, which teams up with the probing rays of the Zoom! light to gently penetrate teeth, breaking up stains, discoloration, and street fights between molars and incisors. Patients may experience some minor tingling sensations immediately following the procedure, but like the embarrassment associated with calling your third-grade teacher “Mom,” the feeling should subside quickly.
Center for Dental Implants of South Florida
Dentists at other clinics boast of having studied implantology under the world-renowned Dr. Arun Garg. Dr. Garg began his practice at Center for Dental Implants of South Florida after two decades of building a sterling reputation in academic dentistry. During those years, he published more than 100 medical articles and wrote several textbooks that have been translated into eight different languages. He also founded the American Dental Implant Association, where he still serves as president.
Dr. Garg and his associates handle services ranging from general checkups to advanced implant procedures. The dental team was among the first to adopt technologies such as surgical lasers and the cone-beam CT scanner for facial imaging.