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Reviewed October 10, 2012
Reviewed August 30, 2012
What You'll Get
Keeping teeth clean and white is the first and only step in coping with the fact that your skeleton is slowly escaping from your body through your mouth. Deal with it with today's Groupon: for $99, you get an in-office Pearl teeth-whitening treatment and a take-home kit at Pearl Teeth Whitening Spa (a $199 value).
Pearl Teeth Whitening Spa's registered dental hygienists brighten smiles by administering LED whitening technology. After a brief consultation to discuss tooth sensitivity and best practices for corn-on-the-cob mastication, the treatment commences with the application of a specialized gel to upper and lower teeth. The gel activates the whitening powers of an LED cooling light calibrated to a low laser spectrum. Clients comfortably recline on a spa treatment bed while the process lightens teeth into shades that are two to five times whiter, all with minimal discomfort and none of the complications associated with more powerful lasers.
The staff awards each new smile a parting gift of an organic lip balm and a treatment kit, which can be used to maintain whitening results that last up to six months. While most clients have no sensitivity problems with the LED treatment, Pearl's team of dental specialists can carry out a desensitizing procedure for an additional fee ($12). Rather than divining answers from their toothbrush dregs, clients can check out Pearl Teeth Whitening Spa's FAQ page to enhance their experiences.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 6, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Treatment is non-transferable. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Pearl Teeth Whitening Spa
Shelley J. Smith is at the helm of Pearl Teeth Whitening Spa's team of dental hygienists, who specialize in gentle and even bleaching. Shelley found that whitening strips and trays conform poorly to the teeth and, like a drunken house painter, leave some spots whiter than others. The imprecise systems also tend to irritate the gums. Instead, Shelley and the team use a small brush to apply the whitening gel, avoiding gums while restoring every enamel crevice to a white that match's the dental spa's immaculate decor.