What You'll Get
Dental cleaning involves a lot of tooth polishing and plaque removal, unlike professional boxing, which involves a lot of plaque polishing and tooth removal. Achieve the teeth of a champion with today’s Groupon: for $185, you get an in-office teeth whitening from Irena Vaksman, DDS, at her office's San Francisco location (a $500 value).
Dr. Vaksman and her crew of tooth technicians transform stain-ridden incisors into beacons of dental health in 60-minute in-office whitening treatments that amp up grin brightness in a single session. After Dr. Vaksman treats teeth to an ample serving of Venus White Max gel, chompers swiftly whiten, showing that they have ripened and are ready to harvest. Inside Dr. Vaksman’s tastefully decorated office, patients can admire the waiting room's miniature waterfalls and run a finger along the squeaky-clean surfaces of exam rooms. Teeth-whitening results usually last 6–9 months but the number of shades whitened may vary based on each client's tooth opacity and predilection for eating asphalt.
For best results, it is recommended that participants have had a cleaning, exam, or x-rays in the last three months.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 23, 2016. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Treatment is non-transferable. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Vaksman Dental Group
When it comes to patients, these San Francisco Dentists value their ability to provide education as well as a comfortable experience. The team of dentists and trained hygienists put visitors at ease by stocking the practice with an arsenal of cutting-edge medical technology—including digital x-ray technology and intra-oral cameras—as well as chair-side movie goggles to keep patients entertained. Additionally, Dr. Vaksman takes pains to ensure she's running an eco-friendly practice. That includes using computerized x-rays (to reduce radiation and eliminate film processing chemicals), maintaining a mercury-free setting, and giving trees a free checkup every Arbor Day.