What You'll Get
Like the moon, a set of perfectly white teeth is bright, alluring, and difficult to obtain without 238,857 miles of dental floss. Lasso a luminous glow with today's Groupon: for $119, you get a Zoom! whitening treatment, x-rays, and exam at Gulf Coast Smiles (up to a $775 value).
The professional dental team at Gulf Coast Smiles helps patients seek out flashier fangs using the clinically safe and effective Zoom! whitening treatment. Before the whitening treatment, an exam and a series of x-rays peer through oral underworlds to expose any issues between tooth, gum, and bone. The approximately one-hour Zoom! whitening treatment begins by bedaubing tusks in a scientifically formulated whitening gel. Then a special Zoom! laser light activates the molecules to safely penetrate the enamel, coax out stains, and render teeth up to 10 shades whiter. Teeth will continue to lighten on their own for the next 24 hours, so patients should avoid bobbing for caviar or dining on other dark foods during that time.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 4, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. 24hr cancellation notice required. New clients only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Gulf Coast Smiles
Before earning his dental degree, Dr. Mauricio Martinez completed a master's degree in nutritional science. His studies, which emphasized the interconnectedness of bodily systems, help him to illuminate the link between oral health and ailments such as diabetes and heart disease.
Dr. Martinez and the team at Gulf Coast Smiles perform a range of cutting-edge services, such as designing, fabricating, and installing crowns in one day using the E4D tooth-scanning system. He has completed hundreds of hours of postgraduate training on implants, root-canal therapy, and orthodontics. He's currently enrolled in the renowned Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies to study neuromuscular dentistry, which addresses conditions such as chronic headaches and TMJ caused by excessive ventriloquism practice.