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Herald Square Dental Introduces New In-office Whitening System: Venus White Max
Date:5/24/2013

New York, New York (PRWEB) May 24, 2013

Let’s face it: very few are luckily gifted with naturally white teeth. It is not uncommon for the majority of people to be uncomfortable with the color of their natural teeth. Whether it is due to a coffee addiction or simply genetics, yellowish or stained teeth suppresses confidence and this is why whitening procedures are so popular.

Herald Square Dental is proud to announce the introduction of a new and very effective whitening system: Venus White Max.

Teeth become discolored for a number of reasons: certain foods and drinks consumption, tobacco use, poor dental hygiene, genetics, some medical conditions, certain medications, trauma, etc. Fortunately, brightening teeth up to eight shades whiter is now possible and more affordable than ever.

Venus White Max can help patients to show off a whiter, more beautiful smile. In about a one-hour visit, patients can relax while watching a sunset or listening to calming nature sounds in the state-of-the-art treatment rooms. “Jump start teeth whitening in an hour or less. Fast and effective Venus White Max in-office whitening is the answer to an absolutely brilliant white smile in a hurry. The results are dramatic for patients and to anyone they meet. Shine bright with a beautiful white smile,” says Dr. Ian Pasch, Director of Herald Square Dental.

Herald Square Dental is featuring an introductory promotion of $375 (a $600 value), which includes a complimentary take home maintenance kit.

Call (212) 689-0024 or email them at appts(at)newyorkdenturedental(dot)com to book a teeth whitening appointment today. Patients must mention this press release to be entitled for the promotional price and the offer expires on July 30, 2013.

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Herald Square Dental and The Denture Center is a full-service dental office offering everything from porcelain veneers and orthodontic care, including
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