A trip to the spa, Chocolate and floral arrangements are all fantastic gifts for Mom this Mother’s Day, but if you’re looking for something new, try giving the gift of Laser Teeth Whitening Vancouver for a Brighter, Whiter smile!
Laser Teeth Whitening may not be the most traditional gift, but it is one that is sure to make a strong impact. Our smiles are a defining physical feature, we share so much information about ourselves through it. Studies show that 30% of kids don’t smile because they’re self-conscious. That percentage is even higher for adults.
Laser Teeth Whitening may be a ‘simple cosmetic procedure’ but it is one that can have an immense impact just after one session.
In office Laser Teeth Whitening Vancouver is an effective way to remove stains and discoloration from teeth. It is non invasive, provides immediate, long-lasting results and is fairly quick and painless.
While diet, tooth structure and over all oral health play a part in the longevity of your Teeth Whitening, with the appropriate aftercare, results can last 6 months or longer.
To maximize the effects of the Teeth Whitening, it is best to follow the aftercare advice given to you by your Oral Health experts.
Teeth can be an afterthought when it comes to the wellness experience but good Oral Hygiene has an important and lasting impact on a person’s wellbeing. A boost to self confidence is something that is priceless.
This Mother’s Day, we at Pearl Boutique Teeth Whitening Vancouver want to help you show the moms in your life how much you care.
We are offering:
-20% off Teeth Whitening Kits and Pens
– 20% off Gift Certificates over $100, can be used towards Teeth Cleaning or Laser Teeth Whitening
To book you and your mom in call us at 604-620-9901 or book online
Emma Johnson is the owner of Pearl Boutique, a clinic that specializes in teeth whitening. She is a registered dental hygienist and completed her diploma at Camosun College, which offers one of the best recognized dental hygiene programs in Canada. Emma also holds a health science degree in kinesiology from the University of the Fraser Valley.