Zoom Teeth Whitening – What You Need To Know

Zoom teeth Whitening

Everyone knows that a great smile boosts confidence and teeth whitening fits the confidence boosting category.  Dentist have a leg up on over the counter whitening products because what they offer is much stronger making results fast and amazing. The bonus with seeing a dentist is that you don’t have to worry about it and you will have professional results in no time.

Hey, we get it, you may want to whiten your teeth at home. With Zoom your dentist can make a customized tray to fit your mouth so that you can do the treatment at home.

What Is Zoom Teeth Whitening?

Zoom uses a bleaching process to make teeth whiter by lightening enamel and dentin discoloration. As we get older our teeth can become stained other factors that contribute to discoloration of teeth come from drinking soda pop, coffee and red wines. Smoking also causes staining.

Without treatment, typically teeth will become more stained as we get older. Some people’s teeth will stain more than other simply because of consuming more coffee or smoking.

The Zoom Lamp can rapidly speed up the bleaching process by using the 25 percent hydrogen peroxide whitening. The lamp speeds up the breakdown of hydrogen peroxide allowing oxygen to enter the enamel and dentin where it bleaches the staining without affecting the tooth structure.

Planning Whitening Treatment

It is important for your dentist to complete a comprehensive dental exam to check the health of your gums and teeth. Your dentist will also talk about your routine oral care and habits to see if you can reap the benefits of Zoom Teeth Whitening. This is helpful to your dentist in providing the best technique and product to benefit you.

It is not uncommon for dentists to offer teeth whitening before cosmetic dental treatments. This can often help match composite material to your most natural tooth color. Dental work that has already been completed will not get whiter with bleaching so thinking ahead and whitening before procedures, especially in the front teeth is a good way to ensure consistent teeth color throughout your smile if you should want to have your teeth whitened later.

Whitening can be very beneficial after having braces removed. The staining around braces can leave the outline on your teeth after being removed and teeth whitening will lighten the staining.