Tooth discoloration can either occur over time from drinking coffee each morning or immediately from growling at a squid. Protect your pearlies with today's Groupon: for $179, you get a Zoom! teeth-whitening treatment at Myers Dental (a $600 value).
Dentist B.J. Myers and his troop of teeth technicians team up to safely, quickly, and effectively brighten ivories inside a cozy office stuffed with the comforts of home. Luminescence replaces tarnish during each Zoom! whitening treatment, wherein a heedful hygienist blankets mawbones in a specially formulated gel that morphs into a stain-slaying vigilante beneath the glow of an ingredient-activating lamp. Clients can kick back as the formula works its magic, boosting brightness an average of eight shades in the course of approximately 45 minutes. While individual results may vary, the whitening can last for more than a year with proper upkeep and sticky-bun sacrifices to the Tooth Fairy.
Dr. Myers' office inhabits a converted home built atop a sprawling lawn, rendering dentist visits unintimidating and apt times to test-drive new riding mowers. The interior greets patients with overstuffed leather chairs, TVs, and windowsill-cooling pies, whose sweet apple fillings were cunningly replaced with fluoride rinse.
BJ Myers Cosmetic & Family Dentistry
Housed within an office space that was originally built to be a house, BJ Myers Cosmetic & Family Dentistry fully embraces the cozy, inviting spirit of its homespun setting. Dr. William Myers, Jr. and his team of hygienists and clinical assistants do everything they can to put patients at ease. Seven of the practice's treatment rooms feature overhead televisions and noise-canceling headphones, allowing visitors to relax and enjoy music or a movie while the team examines and cares for their teeth.
Additionally, Dr. Myers hopes to reassure patients by using the latest advancements in dental technology as he and his staff perform preventive, cosmetic, and reconstructive procedures. Digital x-ray systems provide a clearer look at structural issues beneath the gum line, and the office's CEREC technology rapidly produces ceramic fixtures onsite, so the team can more effectively treat signs of damage in a single visit. This combination of advanced technology and compassionate care allows Dr. Myers to protect his patients' smiles by preventing the spread of decay or disease, using crowns, implants, onlays, fillings, or veneers to conceal signs of damage—or applying in-office teeth-whitening treatments to leave incisors and molars as stain-free as the hand towels in dish-detergent commercials.