Seeking Cleveland teeth whitening professionals? Here’s why you should choose Cleveland Dental Institute for Zoom! teeth whitening services, which promises whiter teeth in just 60 minutes or less!
What is Zoom! Teeth Whitening?
The quickest, safest, most effective Cleveland teeth whitening procedure is the revolutionary Zoom! whitening process. No days of wearing trays in your mouth, no bleach, no harmful chemicals. So, throw out those do-it-yourself teeth whitening kits and come to Cleveland Dental Institute for immediate results.
Zoom! teeth whitening is a revolutionary in-office procedure that takes as little as an hour and is completely painless, using nothing but gel and light.
What is the Zoom! Whitening Process?
We start with a short preparation of your lips and gums so your teeth are left exposed.
Next, our dentist applies the Zoom! gel to your teeth— a hydrogen peroxide whitening solution— that when activated by a specially-designed UV light, gently and safely works to break up any staining and discoloration of the teeth. This process takes a total of 15 minutes. Depending on the need, the light-activated gel is applied for up to four 15-minute sessions.
Once complete, a fluoride gel is applied that helps reduce any potential tooth sensitivity.
Before you leave, you’ll receive Zoom! home touch-up kit along with specific instructions for when and how to use the kit. In just an hour, you’ll leave with a mouthful of teeth that are as much as 10 shades whiter and brighter than when you walked in!
Trust the Leaders in Cleveland Teeth Whitening
Cleveland Dental Institute’s certified dentists and clinicians have performed thousands of Zoom! whitening procedures across all of our locations, from our cornerstone office in Lee-Harvard Square in Cleveland, Ohio, to our Shaker Square, Ashtabula, Akron, Columbus, and Miami Valley Hospital location in Dayton, Ohio.
For the very best results, your dentist may recommend a routine teeth cleaning prior to your Zoom! whitening procedure.
What Causes Teeth Discoloration and Staining?
Teeth discoloration and staining is common and due mainly to the foods and drinks people consume over time. The biggest culprits include:
- Pops and soda
- Red Wine
- Dark grapes
However, foods aren’t the only cause of discoloration. These other factors can lead to teeth staining:
- Chewing tobacco
- Antibiotics and medication side effects
- Excess fluoride (such as from tap water in certain areas)
- Poor hygiene