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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 $159, you get an in-office Zoom! teeth-whitening treatment at Uptown Dental Spa (a $500 value).
The dental pros at Uptown Dental Spa brighten teeth by up to eight shades in about an hour during an in-office Zoom! whitening session. Fang furbishers help to banish stains from drinking coffee, red wine, or squid-ink cocktails by daubing tooth enamel with Zoom! bleaching gel. A specialized light activates the solution as patients relax in the dental chair. Consult a list of gleaming, frequently asked questions for more information on the Zoom! process.
The whitening visit to Uptown Dental Spa includes a complimentary set of two x-rays and a full-mouth oral exam to check mouth-bone health and search for hibernating gummy bears, bringing the average appointment time to about 90 minutes. Buyers can also receive a 33% discount on one full Invisalign treatment and $500 off each veneer.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 13, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. 24hr cancellation notice or $99 fee may apply. Valid for natural teeth only. Not valid for bonding, caps or crowns. Subject to availability. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Uptown Dental Spa
At Uptown Dental Spa, Drs. Timm and Duong see no reason to dread dental visits. In fact, they think dental visits should be relaxing. Virtually every aspect of their office reflects this belief. Patients sip from bottles of Fiji water or complementary wine, and scroll through a menu of movies to watch during whitening treatments, fillings, and checkups. Soft music and ambient waterfall sounds set a soothing mood while moisturizing hand treatments soften skin and relax tense tendons. The doctors' thorough explanations of each treatment might be enough to make patients feel as calm as a mountain lake listening to Enya, but anxious patients can always request light sedatives before treatments.