Over time, your teeth can become stained and change color. This is often the result of certain foods, such as coffee, tea or red wine. It can also be caused by smoking, aging, genetics, injury, or certain medications. During tooth formation, taking tetracycline, certain antibiotics or ingesting too much fluoride can also cause discoloration.
While some people spend many dollars on over-the-counter whitening products, those who have experienced Zoom2 whitening know what a dramatic and long-lasting difference it has versus one selected from a drug store’s shelf. The Zoom2 process lightens deep discoloration in the enamel and dentin in as little as 45 minutes.
Zoom2 gives such profound results because of its light activated whitening gel. The Zoom light activates the gel so it penetrates the enamel’s surface. A study has shown that this light activation increases the gel’s effectiveness by more than 26%, giving an average improvement of up to eight shades.
Zoom2 is also formulated for minimal sensitivity. Even though some patients may have sensitivity during the treatment, minor tingling is the most common. For those who are concerned about sensitivity, we recommend using an anti-sensitivity toothpaste for a week or two prior to treatment.
After whitening, your teeth will always be lighter than they were before. However, occasional touch-ups with Zoom Weekender or Nite White gel may be desired. These professional formula products are designed to keep your teeth their brightest.
Call toll free 1-866-9-Smiles to discuss Zoom2 or other options for smile enhancement. Gift Certificates can also be purchased on the phone.