What You'll Get
Movie stars maintain gleaming-white grins not only to look good on the red carpet but also to double as flashlights during haunted-house investigation scenes. Become your own beacon with today’s Groupon: for $59, you get an in-home Icing teeth-whitening treatment from Bling Dental (a $199 value).
Bling Dental creates a custom tray that fits your teeth and gums as perfectly as a cozy winter tongue mitten. Clients can then apply Icing gel at their leisure in the comfort of their own home. The carbamide peroxide in Icing whitens mouth ivories without the high-intensity lights used in expensive in-office treatments, and its numbing potassium nitrate reduces your teeth's sensitivity to heat, cold, and the presence of poltergeists. Each kit includes enough Icing gel for 12 treatments. Most Icing users notice visible results after a single 60- to 90-minute session and only require touch-ups once a year. Check the FAQ for more details about Bling Dental's Icing whitening treatment.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 18, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. New clients only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Bling Dental Products
Growing up in Las Vegas, Dr. Raymond Frye found himself drawn to bling at a young age. After training in general dentistry in Oregon, he decided to return to that youthful love of all things sparkly by imbuing his clients' teeth with an otherworldly glimmer. To that end, he created Bling Dental Products and launched a series of cosmetic-dental products such as the in-home Icing teeth-whitening kit, the Diamond ultrasonic toothbrush with UV sanitizer, and Shazzam teeth-whitening strips. Embarking on several projects, such as his pro-bono work in Brazil, Dr. Raymond's creations form an arsenal against dullness that aided in the gifting suite at the 2012 Academy Awards and help non-celebrity clientele flash a smile to gain entry to exclusive clubs and temporarily blind bouncers at movie-award ceremonies.