Zoom whitening

Zoom whitening is an in house treatment that we offer here at Lyme Bay Dental & Implant Clinic. 

What is zoom power whitening

Zoom power teeth whitening uses the heat and power of a laser to speed up the whitening effects of the whitening solution applied. This is an in house teeth whitening treatment.

What is the zoom power whitening procedure?

The procedure will consist of:

  • The dentist will remove any plaque off the surface of your teeth (as well as a quickpolish)
  • The dentist will fit a barrier along your gumline for protection
  • The whitening solution will be coated on the front surfaces of your teeth
  • The zoom laser will be used for 30-60 minutes to stimulate the teeth whiteningsolution
  • The teeth will be rinsed with fluoride to help reduce the sensitivity that might have been experienced

How long does zoom power whitening take?

The whole process will take around 1 hour

What are the advantages and disadvantages

Advantages

  • Optimum whitening results in a quicker time frame

Disadvantages

  • Results do not last as long as other whitening treatments

Treatments

Home Whitening

Whiten your teeth in the comfort of your home with powerful and long lasting results – You may see a change in as little as 2 weeks.

Treatments

Dental Veneers

If your self-confidence is affected by the appearance of your teeth, you may be considering veneers. YourLyme Bay Dental & Implant Clinic dentist can help you achieve a beautiful smile without lengthy orthodontics. 

Related FAQs

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Why are my teeth discoloured?

Teeth lose their natural colour for many reasons, but the main causes of teeth looking yellow are food and drink, oral hygiene and age.

Drinks such as tea, coffee, red wine and certain fruits, such as blueberries, stain teeth quite badly. Smoking is another common culprit.

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Can I have my teeth whitened if I have cavities or gum problems?

Before treatment you will always be seen by one of our dentists to make sure that having your teeth whitened is right for you.

It is not a good idea to have your teeth whitened if you have existing dental problems, as the whitening agent can aggravate any cavity or gum problems.

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Lymebay Zoom Whitening