What You'll Get
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 $125, you get an in-office Opalescence Boost teeth-whitening treatment at Santa Monica Esthetic Dentistry (a $590 value).
The father-son dentistry team at Santa Monica Esthetic Dentistry brightens teeth with Opalescence whitening technology. One-hour Boost treatments prettify smiles without heat or UV rays, unlike flossing with a laser beam. As the patient nestles in a cushy chair, a skilled technician paints chompers with a hydrogen-peroxide gel that fades stains caused by drinking wine or making faces at an oil rig. Fortified with fluoride, the gel also deters cavities by strengthening tooth enamel. To promote a bright, uniform glow, a dissolvable red dye highlights spots that need gel and vocabulary words that need flashcards.
Located steps from the ocean, Santa Monica Esthetic Dentistry simulates an island vacation with sand-colored walls and lush tropical plants. Spa-like amenities such as paraffin-wax hand treatments encourage relaxation as patients enjoy soft blankets, lighthearted movies, and tranquil soundtracks of trucks backing up.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 9, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Santa Monica Esthetic Dentistry
Dr. Roshen Ganesh is a worldly dentist. In the 22 years before he opened Santa Monica Esthetic Dentistry, he trained in Germany and England, studied CEREC restorative technology in Switzerland, and mentored other dentists as dental director of a clinic in South Africa.
Inside a building that has never traveled outside of Santa Monica, Dr. Ganesh welcomes patients into the comfort and modern amenities of his clinic. He provides patients with composite fillings, veneers, teeth-whitening treatments, and general checkup services in private rooms equipped with televisions, music, and headphones. Bright lights illuminate the mouth and any gold hidden inside it while patients lie swaddled in pillows and blankets.