Are you looking to remove stains that make your smile look old and unhealthy? Teeth bleaching is a great way to remove tooth stains, and Zoom! Teeth Whitening is the best teeth bleaching system available. Some stains are on the surface of the enamel, while others are embedded deeper. Most teeth bleaching systems only remove surface-level stains, but Zoom! Whitening is designed to penetrate deeply into your teeth to remove the deeply embedded stains. And it’s designed to cause less sensitivity.
If you are looking for great teeth whitening that can give permanent results with less sensitivity, Zoom! Whitening is the right choice for you. To get Zoom! Whitening in Beverly Hills, please call (310) 275-5325 or contact Nicolas A. Ravon, DDS, MSD for an appointment with a cosmetic dentist.
Benefits of Zoom! Teeth Whitening
Teeth whitening is the most popular cosmetic dentistry procedure, and Zoom! Whitening is a system that continues to grow in popularity because it offers many benefits compared to other teeth bleaching systems, such as:
- Achieves more whitening
- Effective on deep stains other whiteners can’t touch
- Causes less sensitivity
- Fast results
- Convenient at-home whitening
- Permanent results>
Many people are drawn to instant whitening you can get in an hour which is what Zoom! does! Zoom! Whitening can penetrate deeply into your teeth to remove stains other whiteners can’t remove, and your results can be made permanent. In just under an hour, you can achieve a whiter smile.
How Zoom! Teeth Bleaching Works
Teeth stains are made of organic molecules that come from foods, beverages, and antibiotics. These compounds are embedded in the enamel of your teeth. Whiteners use a highly active form of oxygen-peroxide-to break down and remove these molecules.
Zoom! has three advantages over other whiteners. First, it has a proprietary formula for its whitener that helps the whitening molecules penetrate deeper into the tooth enamel to remove even more stains.
Second, Zoom! doesn’t require trays. Instead, Dr. Ravon puts a protective layer around your gums and lips to prevent the solution from getting on them.
Third, Zoom! Whitening uses a special light to accelerate the process. After the whitening gel is applied to your teeth, Dr. Ravon will place the Zoom! Light over your teeth to activate the gel. You will sit in front of the light for 15 minutes. Dr. Ravon then reapplies the gel for a second and then third round.
If you want to learn more about what sets Zoom! Whitening apart from other teeth bleaching approaches, please contact Nicolas A. Ravon, DDS, MSD for an appointment with a Beverly Hills cosmetic dentist.