One of the quickest, easiest things you can do to help give yourself the smile of your dreams, is to have a tooth whitening procedure. If you already have a nice smile, but lack those dazzling white teeth you want, you can now quickly have a brilliant, white smile. Even if your teeth are somewhat crooked or misaligned, getting them whitened will give you clean, dazzling white teeth, that will make you want to smile again!
As you age your teeth tend to yellow, and your lifestyle can often lead to unattractive yellow or stained teeth. Drinking coffee, smoking cigarettes, wine, and not brushing properly can all contribute to ugly, stained teeth and the need for tooth whitening.
If you’re like millions of other people, you may have unattractive yellow, discoloured or stained teeth, and you may even be embarrassed to show your smile. If this is you, the good news is you do not have to live with an embarrassing smile anymore. It’s time for you to consider a tooth whitening procedure. The best part is, with a Zoom! whitening, you can have your new smile in less than an hour at your dentist.
Getting a tooth whitening is widely considered by dentists to be the safest and easiest cosmetic dental procedure you can have to improve the appearance of your smile. There are different whitening procedures you can use, so let’s take a look at what you want to get out of whichever treatment you choose.
The tooth whitening procedure you choose should be:
The Zoom! whitening procedure is a very quick, totally painless procedure that produces spectacular and lasting results in very little time.
The first step in Zoom! whitening, is your mouth is prepared for the procedure with a mouth brace to comfortably keep your mouth open during the procedure, and a preparation is applied to cover your lips and gums which leaves only your teeth exposed.
Next, the clinician applies the special Zoom! whitening gel to your teeth. The gel is specifically designed to be used with the Zoom! light. The gel and the light work together, and gently penetrate inside the teeth to break up stains and discolouration within the teeth.
The gel and light are left on to work for 15 minutes, then this treatment is repeated 3 times for a total treatment time of about 45 minutes for the entire procedure. During this time you can relax and watch TV, read a book or listen to music, while the gel and light do their work.
Finally the gel cleaned off, the prep is removed and you leave with an amazing white smile. It really is as simple as that! Clinical Trails Prove the Effectiveness of Zoom! Extensive research and clinical trails have proven that having teeth whitened under the supervision of a dentist, is the safest and most effective way to whiten your teeth. There have also been numerous studies to determine the effectiveness of the Zoom! whitening procedure, in actual clinical trials.
A study was conducted at Loma Linda University, to investigate the effect of the whitening gel on tooth enamel. The Loma Linda study confirmed that Zoom! is safe. According to the study; Zoom! “does not adversely affect the micro-hardness and surface morphology of human enamel.”
Discus Dental conducted a study to evaluate the efficacy of the Zoom! whitening system. Fifty subjects participated in the study, which showed the average change in shade with the Zoom! system was 8 shades. It also found the Zoom! system to be; “safe and effective for whitening teeth rapidly.” The study also found minimal sensitivity during the treatment, and a significant number of participants reported no sensitivity at all.
The are many advantage to choosing the Zoom! whitening procedure. The Zoom! whitening procedure is a chair-side procedure that is done by a trained professional. It only takes 45 minutes to complete. It will brighten your teeth an average of eight shades in a single treatment.
Other advantages to Zoom! whitening are:
Let’s take a look at how the other whitening procedures compare to Zoom! We’ll look at how long it takes to complete the treatment, how many shades it will whiten your teeth, and other important differences.
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