Teeth Whitening – What changes are you making?

Many people view the start of a new year as a time for reflection and making resolutions. What changes are you planning to make this year? If you’re like most people, you have a list of things you resolve to change. Is your smile on the list? Did you know there is a way to improve the appearance of your teeth with no numbing required? You can enjoy laughing while family and friends try to figure out what’s different. Make a change you can smile about.

Zoom!® In-Office Quick Facts

Safe — Zoom!® whitening system is effective and safe. Before treatment, you’ll need an exam to make sure you’re a candidate for teeth whitening. During the whitening session, we protect your teeth and soft tissue. Some patients have tingling, which goes away quickly after treatment.

Fast — The Zoom!® process begins with the application of whitening gel to your teeth, then a special light activates the gel. The session takes an hour to complete, and we’ll give you instructions on what to expect after treatment. Also, you’ll receive tips on maintaining your dazzling smile.

Dramatic Results — Zoom!® yields dramatic results: The color of your teeth can get as much as eight shades lighter. We provide at-home kits with custom whitening trays for maintenance of your results.

Take-Home Options

Zoom!® and Kör Whitening Deep Bleaching take-home whitening kits are available in a variety of concentrations of their active ingredient. Kör Whitening Deep Bleaching removes stains that are more resistant. I’ll consider your needs and the expected outcome, then I’ll choose the proper kit and concentration of the whitening agent to get the results you desire.

Enhance Your Whiter Smile

Practice good oral hygiene. Brush your teeth twice daily and floss once a day. Use anti-sensitivity toothpaste, and choose a soft bristle brush for cleaning your teeth. Stay hydrated. Plan regular visits for your exam and cleaning.

Start your new year with a whiter smile. Call my office to schedule a consultation.

Happy New Year,

Dr. Britt