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What You'll Get
A perfectly white smile determines how others perceive you by shining brightly enough to blind them to your second head and compound eyes. Let dazzling teeth disguise the effects of your mad-science hobby with today’s Groupon: for $99, you get an aesthetic consultation and take-home teeth-whitening kit at Markham Dental Centre (a $350 value), located in the Markham Professional Centre.
Markham Dental Centre customizes take-home teeth-whitening regimens to brighten the dimmed chompers of each individual patient. The dental team begins the treatment with an aesthetic consultation to evaluate teeth's sensitivity, current shade of white, and overall state of affairs. Patients leave with a DayWhite or NiteWhite kit (a $350 value) formulated to the conditions of their head cave and to their penchant for brushing their teeth with shoe polish. The kits can whiten teeth up to seven shades in two weeks with custom-made trays that hug teeth for 15–30 minutes per day, coating gumstones with a patented ADA-developed compound combined with potassium nitrate and fluoride. The treatment reduces sensitivity, rebuilds enamel, and fills in surface defects for smooth, pothole-free teeth brushing.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 6, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. By appointment only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Markham Dental Centre
The dentists at Markham Dental Centre draw from years of experience and advanced training as they care for patients' teeth and gums. Though the office was founded in 1985, it features a number of convenient modern amenities. The reception room boasts wide-screen plasma TVs and a video-game area. In the treatment rooms, retractable, touchscreen TV-computer units keep patients entertained, and digital screens project mouth images that are magnified up to 20 times—enough to show words teetering on the tips of tongues.