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Teeth Whitening

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Teeth whitening treatment is the process of removing stains from your teeth. This treatment is now the most common of all cosmetic services offered by dentists.

A brighter and beautiful smile is one of the first things people will notice when making a first impression. Whiter teeth will help you feel more confident about yourself and your smile.

We offer in office or take home treatments that are cost effective and will give you permanent results.

 

We have safe and comfortable professional teeth whitening treatments for you to choose from, even if you have sensitive teeth.

Common causes for staining teeth

  • Drinking coffee or tea

  • Cola.

  • Red Wine.

  • Smoking.

  • Some fruit and fruit juices (blueberries).

  • Foods like tomato sauce and soy sauce.

  • Food coloring.

At Advanced Laser and Cosmetic Dentistry we offer the Zoom Teeth Whitening treatment both in-office and take home kits.

Our in-office treatment can take less than a hour to whiten up to 8 shades.

With our take home teeth whitening kits you will have customized mouth trays and whitening gel to use each day.

 

Zoom Teeth Whitening

 

The Advantages

Ultimate Whitening Protocol

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The Zoom Ultimate protocol combines in-office Zoom WhiteSpeed and Zoom take-home treatments.

  • Four 15-minute Philips Zoom WhiteSpeed chairside sessions, followed by:

  • Two to four take-home treatments of Philips Zoom NiteWhite Maximum white to achieve each patient’s desired whitening results.

 

In-office whitening treatment

Optimal Results

  • Zoom whitening is proven to whiten up to 8 shades in one 45-minute procedure.

  • Whether you are looking for a convenient whitening treatment or an effective solution for deep stains, with Philips Zoom we can create a custom plan designed around your unique needs.

  • Zoom whitening is proven to whiten up to 8 shades in one 45-minute procedure.

     

Light-activated Whitening

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  • For those patients who need results in under an hour, Philips Zoom WhiteSpeed is the solution. With advanced LED technology, Zoom WhiteSpeed is a light-activated in-office systi that offers maximum results in minimal time. Clinically proven to whiten teeth up to 8 shades in 45 minutes,1 WhiteSpeed is unrivaled when it comes to lasting results and efficacy.

 

Take-home Zoom Whitening Treatment

About

Treatment Time

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Zoom NiteWhite - Optimal results within one week

  •  10%, 16% (CP) overnight or four to six hours

  • 22% (CP) one to two hours nightly

     

Zoom DayWhite - Optimal results within two weeks

  •  9.5% (HP) 30 minutes, twice daily

  • 14% (HP) 15 minutes, twice daily

     

Post-Treatment

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  • Avoid staining foods, drinks and tobacco for two hours after each treatment.

  • Continue good oral hygiene and stay current on your regular dental appointments. In addition, the use of a Philips Sonicare toothbrush, like DiamondClean will help prolong the benefits of your whitening treatment.

  • Store any riaining whitening gel in a cool dry place for later use. There’s no need to refrigerate.

     

Optimal Results

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  • Results vary by patient. Anatomy, age, tooth condition, hygiene and starting shade heavily impact results. You should have realistic expectations about the final results. Use the provided shade guide to record your starting and ending results.

 

Potential Adverse Effects

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  • Sensitivity

    Some patients may experience increased tooth sensitivity. Symptoms should subside within one to three days. If sensitivity continues, try whitening every other day or ask your dentist for a lower-concentration gel.

  • Gingival Irritation

    Trays that extend onto the gingiva (gums) may cause soft tissue irritation. If the trays extend over your gums, have your dentist trim thi.

     

Application Instructions

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  • Brush and floss your teeth

  • In a counterclockwise motion, twist off the clear plastic cap from syringe

  • Twist the mixing cap clockwise to lock on the end of the syringe

  • Place a small amount of gel in each tooth compartment of the tray