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What You'll Get
A perfectly white smile determines how others perceive you by shining brightly enough to blind them to your second head and compound eyes. Let dazzling teeth disguise the effects of your mad science hobby with today’s Groupon. For $69, you get an exam, x-rays, simple cleaning, teeth whitening trays, and a year's worth of whitening gel at SofTouch Family Dental, a $663 value. Two appointments are necessary.
During your initial visit, a comprehensive exam of your ivory horseshoes will be completed, and digital x-rays, which emit significantly less radiation and furballs than conventional x-rays, will be taken to determine if any additional work is needed. After a simple cleaning of your maw pieces, impressions will be made for custom-fitted whitening trays. You'll receive your trays at your second appointment, during which you'll also be supplied with 60 days' worth of whitening gel to take home. Restock on gel when you run out every 60 days for up to one year or until enough sexy, shiny confidence is restored. Dr. Glanville and Stensvad are licensed dentists that top quality equipment in their cozy facility to ensure each patient walks out with a smile that is so wide and bright that they can moonlight as the moonlight.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 15, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. By appointment only. 24-hour cancellation notice or Groupon is forfeited. New patients only. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About SofTouch Dental
SofTouch Dental's dentists and staff are experts when it comes to teeth, gums, and all things related to the mouth. Drs Glanville, Rose, and Vistica perform services ranging from basic exams to complete cosmetic overhauls with implants, veneers, Invisalign treatments, and other enhancements. The dentists also address serious and nuanced issues, including periodontal disease and sleep apnea.