Zoom Teeth Whitening promises to lighten discolored teeth by removing stains effectively with its whitening gel blasted with laser light. The whitening gel is made with hydrogen peroxide, a common bleaching agent. It is guaranteed safe since most teeth whitening procedures use it as bleach. The process takes a short time with a teeth cleaning and 45-minute bleaching session. The system works when the laser blasts light to activate the gel. Due to this, the oxygen penetrates the tooth enamel and the dentin to lighten the teeth and remove the stains. With the Zoom laser light, teeth can whiten for as much as eight shades more than non-laser activated whitening systems.
The procedure promises no or minimal discomfort. People with sensitive teeth though, would do better to fortify their teeth by using flouride-enriched toothpaste before and after the treatment. Individuals with difficulty in restraining gag reflexes might have a bit of difficulty due to the fact that the mouth has to be kept open while undergoing the procedure. Minimal heat from the light would be used so any slight tingling is to be expected. Otherwise, patients can usually enjoy TV or music when undergoing treatment to minimize anxiety. Zoom Tooth Whitening results are long-lasting. Undergoing the treatment entitles patients to a whitening gel for maintenance and regular touch-ups. However, the tasks of maintaining good oral hygiene habits and avoiding foods that cause staining would do much to keep results fresher and longer.
Researches show that more people are availing of teeth whitening procedures and the Zoom Whitening has proven itself to be one of the most effective. Almost anyone can undergo Zoom treatment, but results can vary depending on the extent of staining. Darkly stained teeth understandably need more than one session to lighten to a presentable shade. Dental specialists agree that people with yellowed teeth are the best candidates for single-session Zoom treatments. Prospective candidates are encouraged to undergo thorough dental examination with shade assessment to determine the probable effect of the treatment to their teeth. Though whitening is considered as a cosmetic process, it is not advised for children 12 years old and below. Lactating and pregnant women are also not allowed to undergo Zoom for safety concerns. Hence, it is important to supply the dentist or dental specialist with correct information to ensure a brighter smile and good health.