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What You'll Get
Shining light at a person's mouth is a good way to help whiten teeth or turn a State of the Union address into a ghost story. Spotlight mouths with today's Groupon: for $129, you get an in-office Zoom! teeth whitening treatment (a $500 value) at Morningside Dental Care.
Donna R. Williams, DDS and her staff help dislodge smile stains during Zoom! teeth whitening treatments, performed in-office at Morningside Dental Care. Following an initial teeth exam, Dr. Williams coats exposed enamel with a light-activated whitening gel that responds to low intensity luminance, such as the Zoom! light or yawning jack-o-lanterns. The gel is applied over three 15-minute sessions and can help brighten teeth by 6-10 shades. Browse the FAQ's for more information or to study for upcoming trivia nights.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 5, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. 24hr cancellation notice required. Appointment required. Not valid for patients with gum disease. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Morningside Dental Care
Dr. Donna R. Williams has practiced dentistry for nearly three solid decades, interrupted only by occasional trips to Africa, where she treats villagers and trains local health-care workers to do the same. Her natural compassion has led her to develop a practice that aims to provide gentle, noninvasive dentistry.
One would have to look long and hard through her office before finding any traditional dental equipment. Drills and scalpels have largely been replaced with WaterLase technology, which eschews stainless steel for the combined cutting power of lasers and water. This technology reduces the heat, vibration, and inaccuracy of drills, requiring fewer shots and yielding lower trauma than its metallic counterparts. Dr. Williams’ lasers can also help heal advanced gum disease and reattach gum tissue to the tooth, a skill of hers shared by only 150 other dentists and three cartoon sharks.