Zoom

Would you believe that you could have whiter teeth in just one hour?

Years of yellowing as well as harsh staining from coffee, tea, smoking and red wine are almost magically erased in the time it takes to get a haircut, a manicure or lunch. Zoom technology offers the most advanced state-of-the-art technology to whiten teeth and enormously enhance your personal appearance.

Zoom's Science is the Secret to its Success

The new Zoom professional teeth whitening system offers the latest, most advanced technology to whiten teeth. Combining a gentle, hydrogen-peroxide whitening gel with a breakthrough new "LED light", Zoom was able to decrease the time for effective teeth whitening to just one visit. Unlike traditional bleaching methods, with Zoom there's no fuss or mess and no gels or trays to take home. All you have to do is sit back and relax while the professionals at Silverman Family Dental do the rest.

Some Frequently Asked Questions about Zoom

"How white will my teeth get?"

Your results of course will vary depending on the darkness of your teeth and circumstances but in clinical studies, Zook teeth whitening has been able to achieve an average 8 shades whiter. Ultimately the goal will be to achieve your optimum, natural whiteness. During the consultation, Dr. Silverman will go over what you can expect for your individual situation.

"How long does it last?"

Your teeth are as individual and unique as you are, therefore, your actual teeth whitening results may vary. Generally, Zoom teeth whitening can last up to 2 years assuming good hygiene and reasonable exposure to teeth staining foods or beverages.

"Does it work on caps, veneers or bonds?"

Zoom professional teeth whitening treatment has been successful at removing stains from caps or bonded teeth. However, a whitening procedure in general cannot change the color of the caps, or bonds. Dr. Silverman will discuss your own situation with you to determine what you can expect.

"Is it safe?"

The primary ingredient in the Zoom's whitening gel is hydrogen peroxide, which has been safely used in teeth whitening for over a century and is recognized as an effective teeth whitening ingredient by the dental community. The Zoom teeth whitening procedure will not soften enamel or existing fillings.

"Will it hurt?"

The majority of our clients experience no pain after the Zoom professional teeth whitening treatment. A very small percentage of people may experience a minor "ache" following the teeth whitening procedure. Taking an analgesic almost always resolves the feeling. It is best to avoid very hot or very cold drinks for the first 24 hours after teeth whitening if there is sensitivity.

"Is this procedure for everyone?"

Virtually everyone wanting to lighten his or her teeth can benefit from using Zoom - including people with severe food, coffee, tobacco or tetracycline stains. The Zoom dental examination by Dr. Silverman will determine if you are a good candidate for teeth whitening at the time of your free Zoom consultation.

When you factor in the results in one visit and that the results last years, a Zoom teeth whitening treatment is very affordable.

Silverman Family Dentistry is committed to helping you achieve your optimum natural teeth whiteness.

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