A glowing smile charms irritable librarians, stern highway-patrol officers, and judges with highfalutin ideas about driving through the library. Flaunt your beaming beauty with today's Groupon: for $179, you get your choice of a Zoom! teeth-whitening treatment or a take-home teeth-whitening kit at Newton Cosmetic Dentistry in Clinton (a $500 value).
At Newton Cosmetic Dentistry, husband and wife team Kristi and Daniel Newton lead a team of helpful hygienists in a peaceful crusade against the discoloration of precious chew bones. Tooth bearers journey into the Newtons' spa-like office for a consultation, where an impression of the teeth is made for the whitening procedure and to clear patients of any wrongdoing in a recent stream of burger thefts.
At the following visit, the clairvoyant tooth-sayer will either administer the Zoom! whitening treatment or present the patient with a set of take-home teeth-whitening trays customized to fit their mouth. The Zoom! whitening process is designed for safe, immediate shade-shifting results averaging eight shades. This quick, pain-free process takes a little more than an hour and involves the application of a scientifically formulated gel that is activated under a specially designed Zoom! light. Feel free to kick back and relax as the gel makes its way into your teeth, targeting discolorations and transforming smiles from sparkling to most sparklingist. Much like building a cubicle, the entire Zoom! process takes place in-office. For patients who prefer to prettify in private, Newton Cosmetic Dentistry's take-home whitening trays brighten grins using 36% carbamide peroxide solution––the highest concentration available for dentists to prescribe. The duration of the home treatment can be customized according to the patient's desired results, ranging from 20 minutes per day to turn bisque-blades into pearly whites, or overnight to transform tarnished tusks into a full set of 100-watt bite bulbs.
Newton Cosmetic Dentistry
Drs. Daniel and Kristi Newton first met in dental school in Memphis. After graduating and getting married, they began their careers in dentistry together on a Navajo reservation in Arizona, where they tended to the teeth of underprivileged patients. Now, they keep mouths in mint condition at Newton Cosmetic Dentistry. No matter the procedure, patients can take advantage of the duo’s comforting amenities, whether they’re watching flat-screen televisions during cleanings or donning wireless headphones that block out the sound of dental instruments or radio signals picked up by a set of braces.