Zoom! Teeth Whitening
Every day, people look in the mirror after brushing and flossing and wonder why their teeth still look a little yellow. You might have even tried one of those expensive teeth whitening kits, or an over-the-counter whitening strip system. If you found the results disappointing, you will be impressed with the results of Zoom! Whitening. Currently used in over 15,000 dental offices across the globe, Zoom! Whitening is a painless process that can leave your teeth dazzling white in just one hour.
What is Zoom! Teeth Whitening?
Zoom! Teeth Whitening is a process of deep cleaning your teeth and giving you a photo-ready smile. Zoom! Teeth Whitening works by applying a hydrogen peroxide-based whitening agent to your teeth. Next, your dentist shines a Zoom! halide light at your teeth. The whitening solution is activated by the light, scrubbing stains from your teeth's enamel. The process takes about an hour and you leave the dental office with a brand new smile.
What Causes Teeth to Be Discolored?
Think about it: every day, your teeth go through a twenty-four-hour workout. Even though teeth are strong, layers of enamel and dentin can be discolored by coffee, tea, wine, food, and tobacco use. Some medications, antibiotics, and aging are also common culprits leading to tooth discoloration.
The Zoom! Teeth Whitening Process
The process is simply, easy, and effective. First, the Zoom! Whitening gel is applied to your teeth. The gel's active ingredient is pH-balanced hydrogen peroxide. Then, a special light is used to activate the gel. Zoom! Teeth whitening gel then penetrates your teeth's dentin and enamel to remove any stains or discoloration. After that, a fluoride treatment is applied to your teeth. Patients commonly report that Zoom! Teeth Whitening has made their teeth up to 10 shades whiter.
How Long Does Zoom! Whitening Take
In total, the procedure will last less than an hour. After a short prep time, the teeth whitening procedure itself takes 45 minutes. For best results, Dr. Miranda recommends a standard dental cleaning before your Zoom! Whitening session.
Are There Any Side Effects to Zoom! Whitening?
Very few patients have reported teeth sensitivity during the Zoom! Whitening treatment. The most common cause of discomfort is the low-heat Zoom! Whitening light. On rare occasions, minor tingling sensations were reported following the procedure. Dr. Miranda can provide anti-sensitivity toothpaste to use several days before your Zoom! Whitening treatment.
Maintaining Your Zoom! Whitening
To keep your smile looking white, Dr. Miranda recommends brushing twice a day and flossing regularly after your Zoom! Whitening. And, be sure to get a dental cleaning every six months.
Boost Your Smile With Zoom! Whitening
Even if your teeth are healthy and strong, they can still suffer from discoloration. It can be hard to smile if you're self-conscious about discolored or yellow teeth. Dr. Miranda is proud to offer Zoom! Whitening to Orlando area patients. Contact our office today to learn more about Zoom! Whitening and if it's right for you. Our dental office services the entire Orlando region, including Eola, Colonial Town Center, Thornton Park, Uptown, and Northeast Orlando.Contact Us >>