What You'll Get
Much like antique furniture and paintings, teeth often require professional restoration in order to fetch a better price at auction. Incite a bidding war with today's Groupon: for $119, you get a one-hour teeth-whitening treatment at the Mini Dental Implant Center of Kansas City (a $600 value), located in Overland Park.
Founded by American Dental Association member Dr. Jay Morris, the Mini Dental Implant Center treats and brightens Kansas City mouth knives with the help of cutting-edge dental technology. Untarnish tainted tusks with this noninvasive whitening procedure, which uses advanced spectrum-controlled light to noticeably boost smile illumination. Unlike ultraviolet light, spectrum-controlled beams are safer on the eyes and skin and preserve your ability to taste all colors equally.
Completed in three sessions over the course of a one-hour visit, the pearl polishing kicks off with a presoak and 24% peroxide wash to warm up teeth for their debut in the spotlight. After the light goes to work breaking up stains, discolorations, and old bumper stickers, the process is finished with the application of a remineralization gel, rehydrating teeth and replenishing calcium phosphate and other lost minerals. Unlike with home-whitening kits, which can take up to 10 days to produce full results, patients can trot out of the one-hour treatment boasting food mashers that are up to 12 times un-dingier, restoring smile confidence and toothbrush bragging rights.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 23, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. By appointment only. No cash value. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Mini Dental Implant Center of Kansas City
Growing up in Cañon City, Colorado, home of the famous Royal Gorge, Dr. Jay F. Morris learned a thing or two about natural beauty, unchecked erosion, and impressive bridgework. A former pediatric dentist, Dr. Morris began working in cosmetic and restorative dentistry in 1993, and today his dental practice commits itself to helping patients reinforce their smiles' strength and natural beauty with an arsenal of cutting-edge dental techniques geared toward undoing the effects of enamel erosion. His gentle chair-side manner and genuine concern for patients are trumped only by his expertise and focus on mini dental implants. Along with an armory of advanced tools, such as soft silicone dentures, he also uses 3-D digital x-rays that accurately reveal oral topographies while generating significantly less radiation than traditional x-rays or a high-five from Marie Curie.