The patented whitening gel will then be applied on your teeth

Zoom whitening can cover all the extrinsic stain problems in an effective manner. The overall process begins with an initial consultation with your dentist to ensure that this treatment is what you exactly need. In most of the cases, your dentist will require some initial cleaning before the whitening treatment session itself. To start the procedure, your dentist will place some kind of the guard in your mouth to protect your gums. The patented whitening gel will then be applied on your teeth. It will be followed by the direct application of the light beam on your teeth to stimulate the peroxide molecules of the gel and then intensify the whitening process. One session of tooth whitening using Zoom technology lasts for about 45 minutes to an hour.
There are no side effects caused by this particular technology, except for the increased level of the teeth sensitivity that’s common to most of the in-office bleaching procedures. This is because of the high level of the peroxide concentration in the whitening gel that is being used. This usually lasts for only a few days. Most of the dentists help the patients to prevent this by asking them to use the toothpaste that’s made for sensitive teeth from the time of initial consultation.
However, while laser tooth whitening offers immediate results, take-home tooth whitening kits provide more permanent results over a longer time scale. To both immediate and long-term whitening needs, a combination of the two provides the perfect solution
To help you maximize the benefits of this zoom tooth whitening treatment, communicate with your dentist any questions and concerns right from your first visit.
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