Feel good, look great, and make a memorable impression!!
is it done?
Presently, there are many different unique
and personalized techniques for you.
them for yourself!
01. Personalized Technique:
To receive optimal results, we
use ultrasonic cleaning, following
a jet of micro particles eliminating
bacterial plaque and all stains
on the surface of the teeth.
We use , a scientifically advanced, professional
whitening system, in just 3x15 minute
procedure is simple.
It begins with a short
preparation to cover your
lips and gums, leaving
only your teeth exposed.
Zoom! clinician then applies
the proprietary Zoom!
which was designed to
be used specifically with
the Zoom! light. The light
and gel work together
to gently penetrate your
teeth, breaking up the
stains and discooloration.
this time you can relax,
watch TV or listen to
The gel is applied for
3 fifteen minute sessions
for a total treatment
time of 45 minutes.
Finally, you go home with your brighter, whiter smile!
Finally, the patient has the option
of continuing at home with the
use of molds adapted to your size,
together with a gel, that should
be applied within 3 days.
Conventional Technique: They are called “home whitening
kits”. It starts with the
elaboration of a plastic mold that adapts
perfectly to the size of your mouth. Later,
the patient is given a kit with syringes
that contain a whitening gel,that should
be applied to the front part of the mold
to later place in the mouth for a period
of 2 to 4 hours, during the day or night,
according to the system, until you achieve
the desired color.
is Zoom! tooth whitening?
- Zoom! is a bleaching process
that lightens discoloration
of enamel and dentin. You may
have seen the Zoom! process
used by me on ABC`s
How long does Zoom!
Chairside Whitening take?
- The complete procedure takes
less than an hour. The procedure
begins with a preparation period
followed as little as by 45
minutes of bleaching. (A
cleaning is recommended prior
to the actual Zoom! whitening
How does the
Zoom! In-off ice system work?
- The Zoom! light activated
whitening gel's active ingredient
is Hydrogen Peroxide. As the
Hydrogen Peroxide is broken
down, oxygen enters the enamel
and dentin, bleaching colored
substances while the structure
of the tooth is unchanged.
The Zoom! light aids in activating
the hydrogen peroxide and helps
it penetrate the surface of
the tooth. A study has shown
that use of the Zoom! lamp increases
the effectiveness of the Zoom!
gel by 26% or more, giving an
average improvement of up to
What will I
experience during the Zoom!
- During the procedure, patients
may comfortably watch television
or listen to music. Individuals
with a strong gag reflex or
anxiety may have difficulty
undergoing the entire procedure..
How long do
the results last?
- By following some simple post
whitening care instructions,
your teeth will always be lighter
than they were before. To keep
your teeth looking their best,
we recommend flossing, brushing
twice daily, and occasional
touch-ups with Zoom! Weekender
or Nite White gel. These are
professional formula products
designed specifically to keep
your teeth their brightest.
They are available only through
your dental professional.
Are there any
- Sensitivity during the treatment
may occur with some patients.
The Zoom! light generates minimal
heat which is the usual source
of discomfort. On rare occasions,
minor tingling sensations are
experienced immediately after
the procedure, but always dissipate.
You can also ask your dentist
to supply you with anti-sensitivity
toothpaste for use prior to
What causes tooth discoloration?
- here are many causes. The
most common include aging and
consumption of staining substances
such as coffee, tea, colas,
tobacco, red wine, etc. During
tooth formation, consumption
of tetracycline, certain antibiotics
or excessive fluoride may also
cause tooth discoloration.
Do many people whiten their
- More people than you might
imagine. A bright sparkling
smile can make a big difference
for everyone. The Zoom! Chairside
Whitening System makes it easier
and faster than ever before.
Who may benefit from tooth whitening?
- Almost anyone. However, treatment
may not be as effective for
some as it is for others. Your
dental professional can determine
if you are a viable candidate
for this procedure through a
thorough oral exam, including
a shade assessment.
Is whitening safe?
- Yes. Extensive research and
clinical studies indicate that
whitening teeth under the supervision
of a dentist is safe. In fact,
many dentists consider whitening
the safest cosmetic dental procedure
available. As with any tooth
It's not recommended:
- Children under 13 years of
- Pregnant women
- Lactating women
you have any question about any
of your whitening techniques that
are more convenient for you, please
feel to contact