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The Whitening Depot - Glendale

One or Three In-Office Teeth-Whitening Treatments at The Whitening Depot (Up to 61% Off)

The Fine Print

  • Expires 120 days after purchase.
  • Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. Limit 1 per visit. Appointment required. 24-hr cancellation notice required. Must be 18 or older or accompanied by a legal guardian. Must sign waiver.
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Questions and Answers 5 questions

Q:

Is this a laser or heat treatment or do you use trays?

Douglas S.  asked on  May 6, 2013

A:

You can read about the process here. For more information, please contact The Whitening Depot at (602) 942-4725.

Diane T.  from  Groupon  replied on  May 7, 2013

Q:

How will I know if I need more than one session? If I buy three just in case I don't want to lose my money if the first one works. Or, if I buy just one and the first one doesn't work, will they allow me to buy one or two more at the same discount?

Carol M.  asked on  May 4, 2013

A:

Please contact The Whitening Depot directly so they can advise you. Their contact info is here.

Diane T.  from  Groupon  replied on  May 6, 2013

Q:

What kind of whitening system do you use? Zoom? Website does not give any details about the process. How long have you been in business? Can't find business or reviews on Yelp.

SARAH R.  asked on  May 4, 2013

A:

The whitening system they use is exclusive to The Whitening Depot. The gel is made specifically for their business. For more information, please contact them at (602) 942-4725 or via their contact page here.

Diane T.  from  Groupon  replied on  May 6, 2013

Q:

Can this procedure be used to brighten the teeth next to teeth that have caps? If so will it brighten the caps also? Thanks.

Mike S.  asked on  May 4, 2013

A:

It depends on how the cap is made and what the color was they made it to match. It won't ever be whiter than the color is was made to match at the time it was put in.

Diane T.  from  Groupon  replied on  May 6, 2013

Q:

How many treatments are usually needed for complete results?

Julie G.  asked on  May 4, 2013

A:

Typically people have 2-3 treatments, depending on the status of their teeth to begin with.

Diane T.  from  Groupon  replied on  May 6, 2013

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