Teeth-whitening treatments satisfy people’s inner desire to flash winning smiles, harness new confidence, or become jack-‘o-lanterns. Light up your smile with today’s Groupon to Oak Ridge Family Dental in Oak Lawn. Choose from the following options:
- For $125, you get a one-hour Zoom! whitening session (a $475.50 value).
- For $35, you get a Zoom! teeth-whitening pen (a $74.50 value).
- For $139, you get a Zoom! teeth-whitening package (a $550 value), which includes:
- A Zoom! teeth-whitening pen (a $74.50 value)
- A one-hour Zoom! whitening session (a $475.50 value)
Doctor Victoria Pavletic-Vorderer helms an all-female staff of tooth-tenders, brightening smiles by up to eight shades with Zoom! teeth-whitening treatments. At the beginning of each session, lasting 60–90 minutes, a shield covers the lips and gums while teeth remain exposed to the Zoom! peroxide gel and hygienists’ flattering compliments. The hydrogen-infused whitening gel works in tandem with the Zoom! light, penetrating teeth’s subsurface strata to break up stains and discoloration caused by smoking, drinking coffee, and chewing crayons. While tooth needs are tended, patients distract wandering minds by reclining in massage chairs, plugging into myriad TV broadcasts, or writing Christmas lists in rebus form.
Oak Ridge Family Dental patients may also illuminate grins at home with the Zoom! teeth-whitening pen. The instrument writes teeth white with an application of gel that dries on teeth without the need for trays. In purchasing either pen option, Groupon holders unlock a discount on up to three additional pens ($19 each, not included with this Groupon), keeping smiles whiter for longer or writing pearlescent love letters to snowmen.
Oak Ridge Family Dental
At Oak Ridge Family Dental, Drs. Victoria Pavletic-Vorderer and Meghan Gaffney combine their years of experience, emphases on preventive care, and up-to-date technology to bolster oral health for the entire family. Before perusing teeth, the dentists first gain thorough understandings of patients by combing through their family histories and discussing the James Bond villains they most relate to. After considering the results of examinations, the doctors help patients devise treatment plans. The staff works to assuage anxious patients with thorough communication and step-by-step explanation of potentially intimidating procedures, such as root-canal therapy, extraction, and the unwrapping of new toothbrushes.