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Zoom Dental Whitening
Zoom Dental Whitening Treatments With Your Dentist
There are a number of different teeth whitening treatments available from your dentist. The most common and effective method is bleaching, which uses a peroxide-based bleaching agent to remove stains and discolouration from your teeth. Your dentist can also use laser whitening, which uses a strong beam of light to bleach your teeth, or he can apply a special whitening gel to your teeth.
If you are considering teeth whitening, be sure to talk to ‘Dental Quest’ about which method is right for you. We can help you determine if your teeth are suitable for bleaching and provide you with information on how to maintain your newly whitened teeth.
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Zoom Dental Whitening From Start To Finish
If you’re looking for a way to achieve brighter, whiter teeth, Zoom dental whitening may be a good option for you. Zoom is a professional teeth whitening treatment that is performed in a dental office. The treatment involves using a special Zoom whitening gel, which is applied to the teeth. A special light is then used to activate the gel, which helps to break down any stains or discolouration on the teeth. The treatment usually takes about an hour to complete, and you can typically see results after just one session.
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There are many reasons why our patients choose us as their Dental Experts. We offer a wide range of services, from primary care to speciality care, and we have a team of highly skilled and compassionate providers.
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When is it necessary to perform this treatment?
There are many reasons why you might need to get your teeth whitened. If you have stained teeth from smoking or drinking coffee, tea, or red wine, you may want to consider dental whitening. You may also want to whiten your teeth if you have yellowing teeth from age or certain medications. If you have sensitive teeth, you may want to get your teeth whitened before you have any other dental work done, such as getting a crown or veneers. Your dentist can help you decide if dental whitening is right for you.