Prior to dentists, humans were forced to shine their own teeth with fleets of flea-driven miniature Zambonis. Isolate the icy glow of your smile with today's deal: for $185, you get a Zoom! teeth-whitening treatment (a $650 value) from Drs. Curatola and Zagami, located on West 58th Street.
Armed with the latest technology and a carefully culled staff, Dr. Joseph A. Zagami and Dr. LuAnne M. Curatola will treat your ingenious incisors to a Zoom! whitening treatment—a quick, pain-free process designed to increase the effervescence of your ivories by an average of eight shades. The treatment begins with the tooth whisperers applying a whitening gel to your chompers, which is then activated by a specially designed Zoom! light. While mouths achieve enlightenment, guests are free to kick back and meditate as the activated gel targets stubborn stains and discolorations, eradicating them completely from your tusks without leaving behind any smoking craters. The entire Zoom! process takes around two hours (including preparation, three 20-minute bleaching sessions, and a five-minute fluoride treatment to finish). For best results, it is recommended that patients undergo a standard cleaning before undergoing the whitening treatment.
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While reviews for those in the dental arts are often limited, Drs. Curatola and Zagami do have four Yelpers giving them a perfect five-star average rating.
- I've had lots and LOTS of dental work done over the years (including 2 implants) and have been thrilled with Drs. Zagami and Curatola! I wouldn't go anywhere else and have referred many of my friends over the last 10+ years. – Cynthia K.
- I had a ton of dental work done, including 2 crowns and several fillings redone. All the work is perfect! – Sina B.
Drs. Curatola and Zagami
“I knew dentistry was for me when I was just 8 years old,” Dr. Joseph Zagami muses in his bio. He had just gotten a number of fillings, and the young Zagami thought his dentist’s skills were akin to a magician. Since then, he's lived and breathed dentistry, having served a residency at Lutheran Medical Center and lectured at universities and professional functions. Dr. LuAnne M. Curatola took a different approach—the devoted student decided to double-major in biology and art history, so that when it came time to attend the NYU College of Dentistry, she had a background in science and a sharp attention to detail. At their clinic, both dentists check for signs of disease and decay during routine checkups, and perform more specialized services such as extractions and dental implants that look, feel, and taste like real teeth.
330 W 58th St.
New York, New York 10019Get Directions