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Back to School Teeth Whitening Extravaganza For High School Students and Collegiates During August 2014
Date:7/29/2014

Marietta, GA (PRWEB) July 29, 2014

The Marietta cosmetic dentists at Verde Pointe Dental Associates are offering professional teeth whitening for high school and college students heading back to school during the month of August 2014. The teeth whitening is a safe, professional strength system, as the Marietta dentists believe a whiter smile leads to better confidence for students at these important stages in life.

Many students have gone through the process of braces, but have never had their teeth whitened. "After braces, teeth can be straight without the wow factor. Our simple, inexpensive, professional strength teeth whitening gives teeth the wow factor," says Dr. Kirk Kimmerling DDS. The event does not limit people to a certain whitening system. Each person will be assessed and given options.

Although the event focuses on students, others interested in teeth whitening are also welcome. Verde Pointe Dental Associates offer an array of teeth whitening solutions. One is specifically for older people with hard to whiten teeth. "We have teeth whitening in our office that is perfect in removing compact stains and gray tetracycline stains. Our dentists believe whiter teeth make a difference no matter your age," says Ms. Peckich, Office Manager. The dental office offers a variety of systems from which to choose with expert advice to help make the choice. "If you're looking for the best teeth whitening, we have options."

The student teeth whitening offered will include the "ultrafit" trays allowing a comfortable fit while whitening. "Parents love our whitening because it not only works well, but its safe. The trays keep in place and that makes a big difference," say Ms. Peckich. "Our patients love the back to school extravaganza, and to make the event even better, every one is welcome."

Kirk Kimmerling, DDS and Suzanna Aguilera, DMD are Marietta cosmetic dentists and Marietta emergency dentists that are paving the way for the future of dentistry. The office is technologically sophisticated in not only equipment and procedures, but also developing dental materials via Kimmerling Holdings Group, LLC and fiteBac SkinCare, LLC, Dr. Kimmerling's biotechnology firms. The Marietta emergency dentists invite new patients to meet their exceptional staff and experience and benefit from state of the art dental care. The office offers a broad range of services from teeth cleaning, teeth whitening, dental whitening, dental veneers and Marietta dental implants, Marietta dental veneers, and dental bridges, dental crowns, dental fillings, tooth implants and veneer Marietta and Marietta root canals.

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