Teeth Whitening

If you have tried at home teeth strips or whitening toothpaste with feeble results, maybe it’s time to try a professional treatment. With Philips Zoom in office whitening, you can unlock a smile up to 8 shades whiter in just 45 minutes. A gel is applied to your teeth and then activated by LED laser light that accelerates the process.

This is done in office with one or more sessions depending on desired result. When you choose Zoom, stronger whitening ingredients are used to safely complete your treatment. The results will be instantly visible with little to no sensitivity. No wonder millions of people have already trusted ZOOM with whitening their smile. Satisfaction Guaranteed!

What causes teeth to be discolored?

There’s a range of reasons teeth become yellow. Genetics, your environment, even taking certain medication can all have an effect on the whiteness of your smile.

The most common reason is surface stains on your enamel. This is down to everyday food, drinks and lifestyle choices. Over time, these stains can work their way to the layer below enamel, known as dentin. When this becomes stained, the whole tooth looks darker because of the translucency of enamel.

Is teeth whitening safe?

Yes, teeth whitening is safe if you follow each product’s guidelines carefully. Some whitening products can irritate gums, or leave you with sensitive teeth, so it’s suggested that you speak with a dental professional if you want to brighten your smile.

How long do results last?

ZOOM whitening treatments are formulated to give you long-lasting results, but the results will vary depending on the type of whitening you opt for. Lifestyle choices, such as drinking drinks that stain teeth, will make them yellow again over time.

Teeth whitening process

Everyone wants a bright, white smile and bleaching is one way to achieve it.

In the dentist’s office, a bleaching gel, consisting of 35% hydrogen peroxide, is applied directly to the teeth. Then the teeth are exposed to a high intensity light, which accelerates the oxidation process, breaking down molecules that cause the darkening of teeth.

The process takes about 1 hour in the office under protective barriers so that your gums and lips are not harmed. Whitening or bleaching has varying degrees of success. Yellow teeth whiten better then grayish and we believe that even the darkest teeth can lighten up to at least two shades lighter color then patients natural teeth.

Also a lot of patients are confused and ask if their veneers can be lightened so answer is NO veneers can not be whitened only natural teeth.

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