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Whiten My Smile Now - Multiple Locations

$29 for a 20-Minute All-Natural Teeth-Whitening Treatment at Whiten My Smile Now ($139 Value)

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  • Expires 180 days after purchase.
  • Limit 3 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for location purchased. Appointment required. 24hr cancellation' notice required or fee up to Groupon price may apply. Not valid with other offers. Valid only at listed locations.

Questions and Answers 4 questions

Q:

How many visits will I need to see results

Evelyn G.  asked on  Sep 22, 2013

A:

One 20 minute session can whiten your teeth up to 8 shades but it does depend upon everyone's personal genetics. You will see somewhere between 2-8 shades. The number of treatments or sessions needed will depend upon the porosity of your teeth and the degree to which they are stained. Some stains are deep in the dentin, or caused by antibiotics given to patients while their teeth were still forming. These types of stains can be more difficult to get out. For most clients however, whether due to drinking staining beverages such as coffee and wine, smoking cigarettes, or just simply due to age, they will be able to achieve dramatically whiter teeth with in a single visit!

Jason R.  from  Merchant  replied on  Sep 22, 2013

Q:

The question about crowns has not been answered. Does this procedure also work on crowns!

mary p.  asked on  Sep 21, 2013

A:

Crowns do not stain, therefore they will not whiten!!

Jason R.  from  Merchant  replied on  Sep 21, 2013

Q:

will this procedure brighten my crowns?

Rick O.  asked on  Sep 20, 2013

A:

People forget that their teeth are “live” organisms and porous, so they absorb staining agents. The “fake” teeth are non-porous and do not stain. Anyone with partials, crowns or implants are perfect candidates for this procedure. Bleaching of the natural teeth remove stains that occur over time. The result is a better and more even match to the crowns, bonding or veneers.

Jason R.  from  Merchant  replied on  Sep 20, 2013

Q:

Does this have a negative effect on crowns?

Carrie W.  asked on  Sep 19, 2013

A:

People forget that their teeth are “live” organisms and porous, so they absorb staining agents. The “fake” teeth are non-porous and do not stain. Anyone with partials, crowns or implants are perfect candidates for this procedure. Bleaching of the natural teeth remove stains that occur over time. The result is a better and more even match to the crowns, bonding or veneers.

Jason R.  from  Merchant  replied on  Sep 19, 2013

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