What You'll Get
Tooth discoloration can either occur over time from drinking coffee each morning or immediately from growling at a squid. Eliminate stains from smiles with today's Groupon: for $129, you get an in-office Lumibrite teeth-whitening treatment from Dr. Jean-Jacques Edderai in North Miami Beach (a $650 value).
Dr. Jean-Jacques Edderai and staff service teeth with an array of cosmetic dental services. The 30-minute in-office Lumibrite whitening treatment illuminates teeth without the use of harmful UV rays or calorie-filled toothpaste sandwiches. With protection painted onto lips and gums, Dr. Edderai isolates pearly whites and distributes a thin layer of desensitizing gel and whitening gel across the surface of the enamel. Next, the Sapphire Supreme PAC Light shines on the mixture of gels, activating their special ingredients and bleaching the teeth to spotlight incisor monologues. To help maintain white smiles, patients can take home an aftercare kit with three Lumibrite home-whitening-gel syringes, custom mouth-guard sheets, and a case.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 25, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. 24hr cancellation notice required. Cavities and decay must be filled before treatment. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Dr. Jean-Jacques Edderai
Dr. Jean-Jacques Edderai grew up in France, Venezuela, and Israel, before finally settling down to practice dentistry in Miami. That means he's fluent in four languages: French, Spanish, Hebrew, and English. Five languages, actually, if you count the secret language of teeth. He's trained rigorously in a variety of dental fields. He and his team administer routine cleanings and x-rays, but he can also straighten teeth with orthodontic solutions such as Invisalign, and replace teeth with dental implants, rather than just tooth-shaped marshmallows. What's more, he shares his services generously with the community; he has been volunteering monthly at a free dental clinic for the past decade.