About Zoom® Teeth Whitening
Professional teeth whitening is one of the easiest and most affordable ways to transform your smile. Teeth whitening provided by the dentist delivers more dramatic and comfortable results compared to over-the-counter products like whitening strips or toothpaste.
Davis Family Dental Care offers two types of teeth whitening treatment that can be used alone or in combination. In-office teeth whitening is a fast and effective procedure. At home whitening systems use custom fit trays to properly distribute teeth whitening gel and bleach teeth evenly.
Why Choose Zoom® Whitening
Zoom whitening is one of the best tooth whitening system on the market. These clinical strength products are specially formulated to minimize sensitivity and protect tooth enamel.
The Zoom system is proven to deliver teeth up to 8 shades lighter.
Teeth Whitening FAQs
How does Zoom teeth bleaching compare to over the counter options?
There are many over the counter options for teeth whitening including whiting tooth paste, whitening strips and gels. For patients who want the best results, professional treatment is still the best choice. The take home Zoom whitening trays are custom fit to your teeth to ensure even distribution of the bleaching solution. In addition, Zoom products are specially formulated to reduce tooth sensitivity, a common side effect of whitening.
How much does teeth whitening cost?
Zoom teeth whitening is one of the most affordable ways you can transform your smile. We offer the option of at home bleaching trays or in office Zoom whitening. In office treatment comes with touch up trays that you can use to maintain your white smile. Additional refills of bleaching gel for touch up treatment may be an additional cost.
Will bleaching cause my teeth to be more sensitive?
One of the more common side effects of teeth whitening is tooth sensitivity. Our dentists carefully supervises teeth whitening treatments to ensure minimal side effects. In addition, the products we use are specially formulated to virtually eliminate sensitivity.
How long does whitening last?
The results of teeth whitening will vary based on each individual. Most patients can expect whitening to last six months to a year. Touch-up treatment every four to six months can help extend the results of your treatment. Visiting the dentist regularly and avoiding smoking and dark foods will also help to keep your teeth white and bright.