Zoom Whitening

Most of what we eat and drink today can stain the teeth. Smoking is one of the things that can damage the color of one’s teeth. The good news is that there are many procedures today that can help repair and correct the stains on your teeth. Zoom teeth whitening is a new method of teeth bleaching that can do wonders for you.

Zoom teeth whitening is done by a professional dentist in the clinic and you can be sure to expect a quality output. There has been an increase in people’s interest in teeth whitening with regard to this procedure.

How It’s Done

This procedure is non-invasive. During the duration of Zoom whitening procedure, your gums and lips will be covered, leaving only your teeth exposed. Everything around the teeth must be protected to ensure that there is very minimal sensitivity and discomfort experienced by the patient during the whole procedure.

After the treatment, your dentist will apply a special gel to the teeth. This gel is melted using the Zoom light, penetrating the enamel of your teeth. The Zoom light will stimulate the hydrogen peroxide inside the gel, allowing it to penetrate the teeth. This is where the bleaching of the teeth starts happening. The process is repeated in intervals of 15 minutes and every time it is repeated, a layer of gel is applied since the old layer has melted already.

After the whole Zoom teeth whitening procedure is finished, the results can be readily seen. Being a non-invasive procedure, the patient will feel no pain at all. There will be a tingling sensation and some sensitivity but there will be no pain.

Your now white and brilliant teeth can last for more than a year as long as you practice proper dental hygiene. This is a good way of regaining one’s confidence and smile.

Are there Side Effects?

Your teeth may become sensitive to hot and cold, but this will last from a few days up to a few weeks. Brushing with toothpaste for sensitive teeth can help reduce sensitivity.

Maintaining White Teeth

It is important that you follow the instructions given by your dentist. You can touch up your teeth with supplemental products from your dentist such as Zoom Weekender.

Safety of Zoom Teeth Whitening

Zoom teeth whitening is proven to be very safe. However, this is not recommended for those who are pregnant, lactating, and children below the age of 13.