Sometimes, it takes more than a professional cleaning to eliminate stains and discolorations from your teeth. When the stain has become incorporated into the enamel, or when your natural shade is less than dazzling, you may turn to your dentist for help.
A professional technique such as Zoom teeth whitening is an effective way to brighten your smile. The procedure is powerful enough to blast away stain, yet gentle on your teeth and gums.
Within the realm of cosmetic dentistry, whitening or bleaching is an exciting way to enhance your smile and brighten your natural teeth. Although Zoom teeth whitening will not be effective on dental restorations such as crowns, veneers, or fillings, the procedure is also safe for use around these restorations.
Zoom teeth whitening can be completed in only a short dental visit, making it one of the fastest and most effective solutions currently available. Using advanced whitening technology, your dentist can whiten your smile in a safe and professional environment.
For most types of stain, including food, drink, and medication, Zoom technology can produce results that are up to eight shades lighter after a single application. By applying the concentrated, light activated whitening solution to the surface of your teeth, impurities and discolorations can be bleached away, revealing a cleaner and whiter smile.
Clinical trials and extensive research have proven that whitening is safe for your teeth and safe for your health. Teeth whitening bleaches away impurities and stain, but does not alter the composition of the enamel or pulp.
After your whitening procedure, it is important that you protect your brand new smile for long-lasting results. Proper brushing, flossing, and routine dental visits can keep your teeth looking their best. Your brilliant smile can be expected to last as long as your daily habits will permit. Being aware of the foods, drinks, and habits that can stain the teeth, and repeating the whitening procedure when necessary can help to protect your investment.
Discolored teeth can be caused by a number of circumstances, and the results of teeth whitening can vary greatly. For the most predictable outcome, trust your dentist to guide you through the process. For more information, call the Austin TX office of Dr. Paul Lounsberry at 512-200-7422 for your appointment today.