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What You'll Get
Maintaining a bright smile can lead to innumerable social advantages, such as impressing a significant other, winning over a panel of jurors, or developing an immunity to the pratfalls of Candy Land. Shine bright with today's Groupon: for $99, you get an in-office Dash teeth-whitening treatment at Sarasota Smile Design in Sarasota (a $700 value).
Dr. Jenifer C. Back and the veteran smile stewards at Sarasota Smile Design clean mouths and whiten teeth with one-hour Dash whitening treatments. During the procedure, carnassial caregivers slather ivories in a powerful, 30% hydrogen-peroxide gel for three 15-minute intervals, which dissolve stains and leave patients with smiles that are more dazzling than a wedding dress made out of a disco ball. Dash has been shown to lighten blemished chompers up to 25% more than similar treatments, such as Zoom! or covering your teeth with Liquid Paper, and Sarasota Smile Design’s comfortable office puts patients at ease with cozy waiting-room couches, a plasma-screen TV, and art-bedecked walls.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 8, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 10 per person, may buy 5 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. 12hr cancellation notice required. Florida health care law applies. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Sarasota Smile Design
Guests arriving at Sarasota Smile Design might forget that they are there for porcelain veneers, an implant, or a root canal. As clients walk into the lobby, a dental concierge brings them gourmet coffee or hot tea and homemade cookies or muffins. Even the heavy wooden coffee table and Baroque-style chairs create an ambiance that more closely resembles an Italian palazzo than a dental office.
Before any appointment with Dr. Jenifer Back—a dentist who divides her time between restoring smiles, publishing journal articles, and teaching functional cosmetic dentistry—patients can access the Internet in a private lounge or watch programming on the plasma-screen TV. To help ease patients' pretreatment jitters or shake loose spare change from their pockets, they can also sit in a soothing massage chair while music emanates from a surround-sound theater.