Tooth Whitening

Your teeth will darken over time. Changes in the color of your teeth can be caused by such factors as the food and beverages consumed (like coffee, tea and soda). Other known factors for discoloration may include childhood medications or illnesses, tobacco use or improper oral hygiene.

If you're looking for a fast way to dramatically whiten your teeth, Zoom! In-Office Whitening System may be the answer for you.

In about a two hour time span, this safe and effective system may give you the boost for the results you've been wanting. A specially designed light activates the Zoom! Whitening Gel to gently break down stains deep in your teeth to put the sparkle back in your smile! This is followed by a home bleaching to achieve the level of brightness you desire.

Zoom! Whitening is very safe while under the supervision of a trained dentist. It is one of the safest procedures in cosmetic dentistry. However, we do not recommend this procedure for pregnant women or children under age 13.There are other contraindications, such as certain medications which create photosensitivity which can be uncomfortabke.

You will be given some post-whitening care instructions after your procedure. It is important to maintain a good oral hygiene regimen post-whitening to preserve your bright, white smile. We also recommend occasional touch-ups with the Zoom! Take-Home Gel. Your smile will always be brighter than it was before the procedure, but by following these simple instructions, you can retain your results for a long time!  Although the Zoom! System can help almost anyone, it may not be as effective in every case. We can determine if tooth whitening is a possible option for your case and may not be safe in your particular situation.  This somthing the front office staff can assist you with and Like any dental procedure, there are no guarantees of long term success.  It is important to continue retouine dental examinations and  dentalcleanings  once the teeth have been restored, orthodontically repositioned, or improved by chemical or machanical means.

Good oral health depends on a partnership between the patient and the dental team.