You can attain a white and attractive smile in no time! Zoom teeth whitening is a procedure that lightens teeth by several shades. It is a non-invasive treatment that doesn’t require any drilling or anesthesia. This treatment is an ideal solution for busy adults who want a whiter smile but don’t have time to sit through longer teeth-whitening procedures.
Teeth whitening is one of the easiest and least invasive ways to improve your smile. Our dentists welcome you to come in for a consultation and to discuss the Zoom teeth whitening procedure.
During your first appointment, our dentists will place a protective barrier in your mouth to protect your gums and soft tissues from the bleaching agent. The barrier will be set up in a way that allows you to easily remove and reapply it as needed. Then, our dentists will apply the bleaching gel to your teeth. The gel is activated with a specialized light. This process will break down stains and discoloration, leaving your teeth several shades whiter.
Zoom teeth whitening is fast and easy for many patients. It only takes an hour or less, and patients can go about their day as normal afterward.
The convenience of Zoom makes it a favorite for many of our patients. It’s an ideal solution for patients who don’t have the time or aren’t a good candidate for more extensive cosmetic treatments.
Zoom teeth whitening is a process that lightens the color of teeth. You can choose to whiten your smile up to 8 shades. The Zoom teeth whitening process can be completed in as little as one hour, and results can last for years.
Zoom teeth whitening is safe when performed by an experienced dentist. Some patients may experience tooth sensitivity or gum irritation, but these side effects should resolve quickly.
If you experience severe tooth sensitivity or gum irritation, schedule a consultation with your dental professional. He or she may be able to recommend a different treatment that will better suit your dental needs.
While we can promise you a beautifully bright smile, the Zoom whitening gel only penetrates the enamel, so the results will only last as long as the enamel remains.
If you tend to drink a lot of coffee, wine, or soda, your teeth may show staining more quickly.
For more tips and comprehensive dental care, visit Roshan Emam D.D.S. at 850 Middlefield Rd. Suite 8, Palo Alto, CA 94301. Call us at 650.321.0340 to schedule an appointment.