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What You'll Get
Teeth have long been important to humans, allowing us to break down food, threaten prey, and bite our dates' fingernails during horror movies. Protect your pearly whites with today's Groupon: for $89, you get an in-office teeth-whitening treatment from Henry Lee, DDS, PA (a $450 value), located in Olney, Maryland.
Dr. Henry Lee, who received his MS from the University of Notre Dame, leads a crew of experienced dental-health experts in refurbishing smiles with whitening treatments. During the 1- to 1.5-hour whitening session, the doctor wields the Opalescence Boost system, glazing upper and lower tusks in a bright-red, chemically activated solution that works to remove stains. The formula’s potassium nitrate and fluoride bolster overall health by strengthening enamel, protecting against cavities, and training tongues to spot counterfeit popsicle sticks.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 1, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. 24hr cancellation notice or a $53 fee may apply. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Henry Lee, DDS, PA
Voted one of the top dentists in the Washington metropolitan area by Washington Consumers' Checkbook, Dr. Henry Lee has served the dental needs of the Olney and greater-Washington community since 1979. After receiving his MS degree from the University of Notre Dame, he furthered his smile-tweaking training at the University of Maryland, where he was elected a member of the Prosthodontic Honor Society and the Phi Beta Cavity fraternity. Lee was also elected a fellow by the American College of Dentists in 1997, an honor bestowed on less than 3.5 percent of all dentists in the United States. A participant in the Ethics Summit's drafting of the U.S. dental code of ethics, Dr. Lee strives to respect the rights of patients and never takes an x-ray without asking the tooth's permission first.