Teeth Whitening Plus Stain Treatment for £59 at Eternal You (67% Off)
- Teeth whitening specialists
- System uses bleach free gel
- 60 minute session
- Gel tackles stains from tooth enamel, porcelain or acrylic
Limit 1 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required online via http://grouponbookings.co.uk/eternal-you/. 48 hour cancellation policy. Must be 16 or older with valid ID. Under 18s must have parental permission. Valid at 2 Quarry Road (BH21 2NP) only. Not suitable for pregnant or nursing women. Individual results may vary. Original value verified 6 July 2012 at 10.51am.
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A good smile can light up a room, but with extra batteries it can illuminate the whole house. Feel aglow with today's Groupon: £59 for teeth whitening plus stain treatment at Eternal You.
About Teeth Whitening
Teeth whitening is charged with making sure that years of regular tea partying, wine sipping and other dental whoopsies don’t leave such a visible mark on the pearly whites. A solution is applied to the teeth, before they are shown the light as they are exposed to intense light to accelerate the process.
Leaving behind peroxides, dioxides, and bleach, Eternal You uses the latest technology sourced from across the pond in the USA. The staff members run salons to get Brits smiling in locations across the UK, including Wimborne, and Guernsey. With a relaxing clinic, the salons strive to provide an enjoyable experience that give clients a reason to show off their pearly whites.
The hour long procedure will start off with customers having their teeth covered in a special jelly which will be activated by light for 15 minutes. This process is repeated three times to give grins plenty of opportunity to gain a new gleam. During the final session, teeth will receive a surface stain treatment, as the technician uses a power gel that aims to enable a more successful restoration of whiteness.
For 24 hours after the procedure avoid fizzy drinks, tea or coffee and any alcohol with colour. Avoid any foods with colour other than light foods such as pasta, rice, and potatoes and avoid foods with wheat ingredients.
See here for full details of the ’White Diet’.