Zoom Whitening

With cutting-edge, gentle, safe, and effective technology, Zoom has revolutionised teeth whitening. Heat, a laser, and scraping are not present. For stunning results in only one office visit, our teeth-whitening technique requires just two basic components.

A dental expert oversees the complete whitening procedure to guarantee safety and the best outcomes. According to studies, the Zoom teeth-whitening method gently penetrates your teeth, dissolving stains and discoloration, and lightening them by an average of 8 to 9 shades.

Who can undergo zoom whitening treatment?

To find out if you are a good candidate for the procedure, the dental professional must evaluate you prior to treatment. For instance, the outcome is better the younger you are. Because crowns and fillings do not lighten, in some situations, they need to be replaced, especially in the front; while antibiotic-induced deeper stains can be removed, doing so is more difficult. Depending on the tooth's form and the patient, the degree of whitening will differ.

Why do you need zoom whitening treatment?

Zoom whitening treatment is done to fix some particular types of stains. There are two types of stains on teeth: extrinsic and intrinsic. Surface stains on the teeth are known as extrinsic stains. Between the tiny fissures in your enamel and deep within the dentine, intrinsic stains can be found. Extrinsic stains on your teeth may be removed by whitening toothpaste and mouthwash, but only teeth-whitening products can get rid of intrinsic staining and stubborn extrinsic stains.

Does zoom whitening treatment hurt?

No, there is no pain involved in this procedure. Rarely, slight tingling sensations may be felt right away after the procedure, but they always go away. Both exposed necks and grinding, which removes the enamel from the occlusal surfaces, can lead to sensitivity.

How long does zoom whitening treatment take place?

There are four sessions of 15 minutes each, during which the 25% hydrogen peroxide is applied and the Zoom white speed light is used. Amorphous Calcium Phosphate (ACP) relief gels can be used to strengthen and brighten enamel while reducing sensitivity. To reduce any added sensitivity, Relief ACP can be applied right before or right after treatment.

To learn more about zoom teeth-whitening technique, get in touch with Smile Journey and make an appointment now!