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Teeth Whitening Sunrise, FL

Teeth Whitening – ZOOM II

Among all the dental procedures in cosmetic dentistry being performed, teeth whitening ranks the highest. Whatever reasons they have in undergoing the procedure – self-conscious of their yellowed teeth or simply wanting to rid of the color – patients have been known to regain their confidence and self-esteem even right after the procedure.

What is teeth whitening?

Teeth whitening is simply a process that eliminates discoloration and stains on the teeth. The procedure also brightens the natural pigmentation of the teeth. The nature of the stains as well as the severity of the discoloration determines the degree of improvement after the treatment.

When your teeth become brown or yellow due to coffee, tea, or smoking, stains will generally lighten. Gray teeth caused by natural pigmentation or use of antibiotics will lighten two to three shades. Whatever the outcome, your teeth will be noticeably brighter after teeth whitening. While there may be a number of over-the-counter teeth whiteners, only a dental professional can recommend the most effective teeth whiteners.

Sunrise FL Teeth Whitening using ZOOM II

The quickest, easiest way to effectively whiten your teeth is in-office treatment. Teeth whitening is done with bleaching gel and laser light. A good method for teeth whitening for sensitive teeth, this process should be closely monitored by a cosmetic dentist. The process begins when the teeth are carefully isolated from the lips and gums. Next, a bleaching gel is applied to the teeth. A laser is used with the gel in order to amplify the teeth whitening process. This procedure is safe, and has been performed many times and proven to be very effective, although we have noticed that in rare cases certain patients see little change in shade. After the ZOOM II Tooth Whitening procedure, our patients receive an easy to use teeth whitening touch-up kit that they can use at home to retouch their teeth whenever stains begin to reappear.