Are the stains on your teeth, bothering you and keeping you from putting up a bright and confident smile? Teeth discoloration is a common oral concern among individuals of all age groups. It is often influenced by external conditions such as improper oral hygiene, chewing tobacco, smoking cigarettes, aging, excessive wear of the teeth, frequent consumption of beverages, etc. Irrespective of the cause, we have the perfect solution to treat teeth discoloration - Zoom teeth whitening.
What is Zoom?
Zoom is a whitening system that is highly sought-after by dentists and patients. It comprises state-of-the-art teeth whitening gel, which contains 25% Hydrogen peroxide. Since the gel is photosensitive, it will be activated using a laser of the right intensity, which speeds up the procedure and provides excellent results.
How is Zoom whitening carried out?
Before commencing the procedure, the dentist conducts a thorough diagnosis to determine your candidacy for Zoom whitening. Factors such as your lifestyle, everyday routine, food, and beverages you consume, oral hygiene, gum health, presence of ceramic restorations on the teeth, etc. will be taken into consideration. Based on the observations made, we will proceed with the treatment.
The teeth will be cleaned thoroughly, and a rubber dam will be placed on them. This helps to cover the gums and the tooth roots from the whitening gel. While applying the whitening gel on the teeth, you will also be given goggles to protect your eyes. An activating laser is used to activate the gel and speed up the procedure. It liberates oxygen molecules, which penetrate the porous structure of the teeth and bleach the staining particles. Once the gel is rinsed off, you can see that the teeth appear significantly whiter than they used to. Depending on the severity of staining, the process can be repeated to get a higher level of whitening.
Please schedule an appointment online or call us at (661) 327-2189 to have a consultation with our dentists, and we will be happy to help.
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