Zoom Tooth Whitening
Zoom Tooth whitening enhances the brightness of natural teeth, but it's not for everyone.
Discuss it with your Dentist, especially if you have:
  • Discolored or sensitive teeth

  • White spots or decay on your teeth

  • Gum Disease

  • A bridge, crown, or Denture

The lifespan of whitened teeth can range from 4-12 months, depending on the type of treatment used and your consumption of food and drink that can easily stain teeth (such as coffee, and tea). 

Dentist-Supervised
  • Dentist-supervised treatments provide greater tooth whitening results faster than store bought kits.

  • An in-office treatment typically whitens teeth 5-10 shades.

  • A Dentist-dispensed take-home kit contains a higher concentration of whitening agent than a store-bought kit and is as easy to use.

  • You are likely to be more satisfied with the results of a Dentist-dispensed kit than by a store-bought kit.

In-Office Treatment
  • After a thorough exam of your teeth, gums and supporting bone structure, your Dentist will tell you whether tooth whitening is a safe option for your smile. 

  • Prepare your mouth by covering your lips and gums so that only your teeth are exposed

  • Apply a professional-strength whitening gel 

  • Expose your teeth to a special light for 15 minutes to help the gel penetrate and whiten your teeth

  • Reapply the gel and light treatment two more times