Legendary figures are often remembered for their teeth, from George Washington's fabled wooden smile to Mona Lisa's unmistakable overbite. Ensure a memorable grin with today's Groupon: for $99, you get a 45-minute organic teeth-whitening session plus a $50 gift card to use during your next visit at My Texas Smile, with locations in Austin, Lakeway, and Round Rock (a $245 value).
The affable staff at My Texas Smile brightens grins with in-office organic teeth-whitening services. The non-invasive treatment employs DaVinci plant-based whitening gel that spreads across ivories to remove stains in one 15–60 minute session with minimal pain or discomfort. A safe laser light used in combination with the hydrogen peroxide gel accelerates the process without damaging any existing dental work or cosmetic Dracula fangs.
Remove telltale signs of tobacco or coffee-bean chewing from crowns, fillings, veneers, and bridges while stabilizing and strengthening enamel. Clients see immediate results as smiles illuminate by an average of 8–14 shades for up to 12 months following the treatment. Rejuvenated chompers can stay bright with continued maintenance through the use of an included $50 gift card to be applied to future whitening sessions.
My Texas Smile
Gayla was sipping an organic iced coffee as she strolled down Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington DC, contemplating her lifelong problem with stains. Whether spaghetti sauce on white shirts or the remnants of caffeinated drinks on teeth, stains bothered her deeply. Coffee. Stains. Teeth. That's when, walking by the White House—home to a Texan President at the time—she realized: everything's bigger in Texas, so why shouldn't that be true of their stains? She decided then to open an organic teeth-whitening spa in Austin. After her epiphany, Gayla gathered a team of beauty consultants, customer-service representatives, operations officers, and business consultants and opened My Texas Smile. She and her team pool their individual talents to brighten smiles for up to 12 months without using harsh chemicals.