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Limit 1 per customer, up to 3 additional as gifts • Appointments required and subject to availability • Merchant cancellation/re-scheduling policy of 24 hours applies; voucher subject to forfeiture • Whitening is most effective for teeth without cavities, fillings, and gum disease; check-up and hygiene visit is required within 2 months prior to teeth whitening • All services must be redeemed during a single visit by same customer
Greet autumn with a gleaming smile, courtesy of this offer: • $149 ($399 value) for an in-office Zoom! teeth-whitening treatment • Accessible by red, orange, green, and silver lines • Schedule an appointment Monday through Saturday A Reliable, Downtown Dentistry This Financial District office -- which offers validated parking -- features state-of-the art dental care along with a relaxed approach and calm environment. Zoom! is a one-hour system that uses a special gel designed to activate in UV light to whiten your enamel quickly and painlessly -- potentially turning your teeth shades whiter in a single visit. Boston Dental's Website | Facebook
Boston Dental isn't just a multi-specialty practice where you'll find preventive, cosmetic, and reconstructive care. It's also a multi-cultural office with speakers of many languages all working together to deliver the best care to people of all walks of life. Grab this deal and see for yourself. $135 ($399 value) for in-office Zoom! teeth-whitening treatment Powerful, professional-strength treatment applied by a trained staff member See visibly whiter teeth by the time you leave Comfortable, beautiful space
An aching tooth can trigger outbursts of public profanity, forced smiles, and the worst crime of all—not enjoying homemade pie. Repair sore feelings with this Groupon. $2,399 for a Complete Dental-Implant Package ($5,249 Value) Comprehensive exam Implant consultation Panoramic and bitewing x-rays Study models Stent One implant with placement, abutment, and crown Implants can be used to replace either front or back teeth, leaving adjacent teeth untouched and creating a realistic replica of the lost tooth. First, surgery places a root-like titanium screw into the jawbone, guided by a thin acrylic stent for proper placement. Then—typically on a second visit ...