Guidebook For Zoom! Laser Teeth Bleaching In-office

Professional Zoom! 2 Laser System is designed to lighten the discoloration of enamel and dentin and you can get 6 - 10 shades brighter whites only 1 hour. Zoom! 2 is the most popular of the laser teeth bleaching market now and it is the upgrade version of Zoom! 1. Although there is already introduced a newer version Zoom! 3, but Zoom! 3 is still only a small number of clinics using. The Zoom! 2 features a 16% or 25 % Hydrogen Peroxide gel and the Zoom! Advanced Power Chairside Lamp (Metal Halide Light) to accelerate the bleaching process.

Costs :

The average price is around $450 - $700 per treatment. However, dental insurance does not typically cover the costs.

Guidebook For Zoom! Laser Teeth Whitening In-office

Effectiveness

The results of Zoom! 2 in-office is somewhat variable, but most people are happy with the results. You can get a progress of 6 - 10 shades brighter whites with a mix of lighting and Hydrogen Peroxide treatment in just 60 minutes. Research shows that the darker teeth has more whitening effect than other teeth. An average shade improvement of 8.8 shades brighter whites.

But whitening is not permanent. After Zoom! 2 in-office, patients should avoid foods that stain, such as tobacco and red wine for about a week. People who expose their teeth to foods and beverages that cause staining may see the whiteness start to fade in as little as 1 month. The brighter whites will average last about 1 - 2 years.

There are several factors that lead your teeth to yellowing or staining again, including diet, medications and smoking. Coffee, soda, tea and red wine are major offenders. However, even if these items were cut out of your diet, ageing is a natural process that unfortunately leads to dull, stained teeth.

Safety

The Zoom! 2 laser teeth bleaching in-office has been around for years with relatively few complications. It is safe and it was found conclusively that no structural change in teeth, no adverse impacts on fillings and no softening of tooth enamel. Research shows that the risk of complications such as tissue burns rises with the concentration used. When bleaching the inside of a root canal treated tooth, high concentrations of certain whitening products have led to resorption of the root, potentially leading to tooth loss. If you are concerned about safety, use the lower concentrations.

Use the lower concentrations of Zoom! in-office may take a little longer, but you will achieve the same results. It still not recommended for children under 13 years and pregnant or lactating women.

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