Many people visit their dentists to address stained or discolored teeth. Still others take care of this problem on their own using store bought treatment kits. Keep reading to find out if ZOOM! whitening is right for you.
When individuals choose to have their teeth whitened, one common side effect tends to be sensitivity. However, when you go to your dentist to receive ZOOM! whitening, this discomfort is typically not observed. This is because ZOOM! whitening affords your dentist the ability to control the intensity of the procedure, which in turn allows him or her to make the treatment as comfortable as possible for the patient. This procedure will also enhance the appearance and smoothness of your enamel thanks to special built in ingredients.
Your teeth whitening can be completed in one 45 minute visit to your dentist. You will start to see results from the procedure after about one to two weeks. A single treatment can enhance the whiteness of your teeth by as many as eight shades. However, results will vary between individuals. If you are interested in continuing to whiten your teeth, simply return to your dentist and discuss how you can repeat the process in order to achieve your desired level of whiteness.
If you practice proper oral hygiene, your ZOOM! whitening treatment will typically last about one year. However, there are ways to extend its duration. Brush your teeth twice per day with a whitening toothbrush and use a ZOOM! whitening pen to keep your teeth bright. It is important to avoid the consumption of food or beverages that will stain your teeth; this includes coffee, wine, and intensely colored fruits and vegetables. It is also wise to avoid the use of tobacco products.
Would you like to know more about ZOOM! whitening? Call Park 56 Dental at (212) 826-2322. Our mission is to provide the best cosmetic and emergency dentistry treatments in the New York City area. If you would like to learn more about our cosmetic services, please do not hesitate to visit our website or stop by and meet with us today.