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Teeth whitening has become one of the most requested cosmetic dentistry treatments in modern times.

Many smiles around the world become yellowish because there is a lack of discipline in keeping those teeth clean and healthy. The alternative has become teeth whitening, and many Americans have decided to get that sparkle back to what it once was. Zoom Whitening has thus become a trend that changes people's lives for the better every day.

Teeth whitening isn't just about feeling better about yourself

it also has a lot to do with good health and social acceptance from everybody that surrounds you. Getting a job or closing a deal would be much easier if you had a perfect smile to accompany you wherever you went. This reason is why teeth whitening has become so important to business-minded people and career-driven professionals. According to the American Association of Orthodontists, nearly 90 percent of dental patients have requested tooth whitening. The American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry also conducted a poll in which most people agreed that teeth whitening was vital for improving a smile.
When teeth become discolored as a result of aging, the appearance of the smile becomes unpleasant. Rapid staining, caused by food, dark-tint beverages like coffee, tobacco, or any other type of smoke, genetics, trauma, and tetracycline, can be reversed in one hour at a dentist's office. A more youthful appearance will replace your old, dull smile, giving you more self-confidence than ever.
A lack of calcium in the enamel can lead to white spots on the surface of the teeth. The white spots are very noticeable and cause self-consciousness, limiting your urge to laugh or smile. The solution to this problem is simple: removing minimal tooth structure in the white spot area is the first step and placing composite material matching the color of adjacent teeth makes the white spots invisible.
When there's a significant variation in the color of the teeth, they're bleached to a natural and more youthful shade of white. If an existing crown does not match the natural color, replacement with an all-porcelain crown matching the new color of the teeth would be necessary.

Things to Know About Teeth Whitening

  • Whitening Treatments aren't intended to lighten artificial teeth, crowns, porcelain, composite or other restorative materials, or veneers, and these types of restorations may need to be replaced to match newly whitened teeth.
  • Orthodontic procedures from the past might cause teeth to bleach improperly if resin from the treatment wasn't removed properly, either because of overpolishing during removal or due to residual adhesive remaining on the teeth.
  • Teeth with various cavities or multiple fillings might not lighten and in most cases are best treated with non-whitening options.
  • Patients should address any existing medical or dental issues before undergoing a bleaching treatment.
  • Pregnant women or lactating mothers should not use bleaching agents.

Zoom in-office tooth whitening

is used to brighten the color of teeth using hydrogen peroxide gel and a visible LED light lamp.