In emergency situations, moonlight reflected off pearly whites creates a beaming beacon that registers in the canine-visible spectrum of light. With today's Groupon to Magic Smile, equip your smile with brightness that definitely will one day save your life. Choose between the following options:
- For $99, you get two in-office teeth whitening procedures in a single visit (a $300 value).
- For $39, bring home a magic smile whitening-kit pro (an $80 value).
Magic Smile’s skilled stain-removers brighten grimy grins inside their Upper West Side and Greenwich Village (Greenwich Village office opens Nov. 13) offices using a multi-strength whitening system to improve enamel glows by as much as six shades, and provide mouth bone magnificence for up to two years. Dental DIYers choose the at-home magic whitening pro kit to take matters into their own handsy hands. Both in-office and at-home treatments utilize Magic Smile’s patented mouth opener designed for patient comfort unlike traditional mouth trays, which were designed to embarrass pre-pubescent mouths during critical coming-of-age sleepover scenarios.
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- I had very good teeth whitening experience there. They explained everything and all process was pretty simple. And I got great white teeth after all! – Valery G., Insider Pages
- I was impressed with the service and the result. Didn't feel any pain during procedure and price was very affordable for me! – Vera R., Insider Pages
After successfully brightening smiles overseas, Magic Smile came stateside to perform teeth-whitening treatments with its patented multistrength formula—available in eight strengths to match varying levels of sensitivity. Technicians prop jaws open with a comfortable mouth opener before painting the formula directly onto teeth, negating the need for messy trays. A special laser LED light then beams down on teeth to activate the stain-removing process. After treatments, teeth appear up to six shades lighter and can retain their new hues for up to two years. Unlike reading sonnets to one's molars, the treatments do not significantly increase dental sensitivity.