In emergency situations, moonlight reflected off pearly whites creates a beaming beacon that registers in the canine-visible spectrum of light. Polish your smile to life-saving brightness with today's Groupon: for $179, you get one in-office laser teeth-whitening treatment (a $450 value), a complimentary paraffin hand treatment, and a Sonicare toothbrush (a $39.95 value) at Landmark Dental Studio in the new Village Shops at the Landmark in Greenwood Village (a $489.95 total value).
Dr. Steven Weinstein restores pearly luster to well-worn mouth bones using the latest techniques and tools. The 75- to 90-minute treatment whitens unsightly stains caused by soda and coffee, discoloration from smoking, and tread marks acquired during naps on the speedway. Not to leave hardworking finger bouquets out of the revitalization equation, hands undergo a softening paraffin treatment. Patients leave with a Sonicare Xtreme battery-operated toothbrush, equipped with a powerful vibrating brush head designed to blast off plaque and exorcise the ghosts of sandwiches past.
Boasting massage chairs and virtual movie glasses, this boutique-style tooth-treatment hub allows for personalized one-on-one treatment more attentive and focused than an intense round of chess against an actual rook.
Landmark Dental Studio
Not many artists can call themselves dentists, but dentist Steven Weinstein can certainly call himself an artist. It was Dr. Weinstein’s passion and talent for sculpture that led him into the field of cosmetic dentistry, where his artwork is now put on display in the mouths of his many satisfied patients. Inside his boutique-style office, clients can enjoy any number of creature comforts, from massage chairs and virtual movie glasses to the complimentary paraffin hand treatments included with every service. Dr. Weinstein’s nationally recognized advancements in dentistry are reflected in the office’s diverse cosmetic and restorative solutions, which include basic preventive care, crowns, veneers, and teeth-whitening treatments for those prone to drinking from ink pots.