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Reviewed February 20, 2013
What You'll Get
Besmirched teeth can negate the amorous advantage of an otherwise flawless face's twinkling eyes, chiseled jaw, and perfectly tan eyebrows. Make teeth a mug-improving asset with today's Groupon: for $149, you get a Zoom! whitening treatment from Dr. Stewart Fenigstein in Williamsville (a $395 value).
Dr. Stewart Fenigstein's distinguished team of mouth maestros renders chompers immaculate with Zoom! whitening treatments. Each one-hour procedure lightens teeth by an average of eight shades, transforming dull smiles into beacons of radiance that can mesmerize acquaintances and fascinate great uncles for hours. Utilizing a whitening gel and a specialized Zoom! light, each carnassial cleansing busts up coffee stains, tobacco discolorations, and ill-advised teeth tattoos, leaving pearly whites worthy of the designation. While teeth are being tended to, patients can relax by listening to music or conversing with the dentist via blinking in Morse code. After each procedure, patrons and their tongues can delight in immediate results, which can last as long as five years.
The Fine Print
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About Dr. Stewart Fenigstein
Dr. Stewart Fenigstein has worn the title of “dentist” for nearly three decades. Over the years, his practice has adapted to new techniques and technology such as Zoom teeth whitening and Invisalign, but has always remained dedicated to providing clients with a caring environment. The first time Dr. Fenigstein meets patients, he takes time to lay down the foundation for a long-term relationship. He listens to their concerns, medical history, and perhaps a haiku or two they’ve composed about the office waiting room. Then, he becomes familiar with the patient’s mouth by scrutinizing teeth with his own eyes as well as with panoramic and bitewing x-rays.