1 Hour Teeth Whitening
A beautiful sparkling smile reflects confidence and catches everyone's attention. With the new advances in dental techniques, getting a healthy and a beautiful smile has become easily accessible. Many teeth whitening products are available, including whitening toothpastes, over-the-counter gels, rinses, strips, trays, and whitening systems obtained from a dentist. Regular consumption of substances like tea, coffee, berries, vine, tobacco, and smoking with by-products of tar and nicotine lead to staining of teeth. In addition neglecting daily oral care, heredity, aging or wearing braces for a longer duration of time can also change the natural colour of the teeth.
People prefer to opt for professional Teeth Whitening in Delhi, India as opposed to home treatments since it is faster, safer and offers the best results. Laser teeth whitening is the fastest of all of the solutions; just takes about one hour in the dental chair. Professional whitening products contain carbamide peroxide or hydrogen peroxide that helps lighten the colour deep in the tooth. Whitening toothpastes can only lighten the tooth's color by about 1-2 shades. In contrast, light-activated whitening conducted in your dentist's office can make your teeth lighter by 4-9 shades.
The main advantage of teeth whitening bleaching in Delhi is that it has been clinically proven as an effective treatment in reducing the yellowness of teeth with no side effects. It's a smart way to achieve a beautiful smile and is one of the most popular cosmetic dental treatments.
Zoom Advanced- 1 Hr Office Bleaching
- You are looking for whiter teeth in one hour
- You have stained, yellow or discolored teeth (extrinsic)
- You are looking for a safe, effective and a quick method
ZOOM ADVANCED has proven to be:
- Fast and Convenient
- Long Lasting
- Low Sensitivity
- Safe and Effective
- Lighten teeth from 4-9 shades
How is it done?
The teeth and the gums are well isolated. A whitening gel is placed onto your teeth. The ZOOM ADAVANCED LIGHT activates the ZOOM ADVANCED GEL. The gel and light work together to penetrate your teeth making them whiter. You'll go home with a dazzling smile!
How long does the Zoom Whitening take?
The procedure begins with a preparation period followed by 45min of bleaching. A cleaning is recommended prior to the actual Zoom whitening session.
What will I experience during the procedure?
Patients may comfortably relax during the procedure. Individuals with a strong gag reflex or anxiety may experience some difficulty.
How white will my teeth be afterwards?
Zoom Advanced can lighten your teeth upto 9 shades or more!
What if I have had previous dental work?
Whitening treatments is safe for those who have had previous dental work. Crowns, bridges and veneers will not be whitened during this procedure. Tooth whitening is recommended before any new restorative work.
How long do the results last?
Follow simple home care instructions. We recommend flossing, brushing twice a day, and occasional touch-ups with Zoom Weekender or custom fitted whitening trays.
What causes tooth discoloration?
Extrinsic stains- caused due to consumption of substances such as coffee, tea, colas, tobacco or red wine etc.
Intrinsic stains- during tooth formation intake of tetracycline, certain antibiotics or excessive fluoride.
What do I have to avoid eating/drinking after treatment?
Limit the intake of food and beverages that can cause re-staining.
Tobacco products will continue to stain teeth even after whitening treatments.
Moreover for health reasons, we suggest you quit using them.
Are there any side effects?
Sensitivity, minor tingling sensations may occur during the treatment in some patients but always dissipate. Use anti-sensitivity toothpaste prior to treatment.
Who may benefit from tooth whitening?
Most people do. The treatment results may vary from person to person. During your consult visit, we will determine if you are a good candidate for this procedure.
Is whitening safe?
YES. Extensive research and clinical studies have indicated that Zoom whitening is safe under the supervision of a dentist. It is not recommended for children under 14 years of age, pregnant or lactating women.