The safest way to whiter teeth
Extensive research and clinical studies indicate that whitening teeth under the supervision of a Philips Zoom trained and accredited dentist not only gives you the whitest teeth, it’s also very safe. Zoom is the only whitening formula that contains relief ACP, which actually gives you greater luster and helps protects enamel. As a result, the Philips Zoom tooth whitening treatment has no adverse effect on existing restorations (fillings or crowns) nor does it rub away, soften, damage or weaken the enamel
Keeping side effects to a minimum
Some people may experience temporary increased tooth sensitivity to cold during or after treatment. These symptoms disappear within 1-3 days after completion of the treatment. The temporary sensitivity can be minimal for some while others may find it to be similar to ice-cream sensitivity. Your dental professional will advise you on any side effects and might administer fluoride gel to help minimise any temporary sensitivity.
Up to 8 shades whiter teeth in 1 hour
Philips Zoom uses light activated technology for better teeth whitening results. Clinically proven to whiten teeth up to 8 shades in 1 hour, our LED technology is 40% more effective than non-light activated systems.
Our whitening procedure has been perfected through years of experience to give you the whitest teeth the safest possible way. Your gums are carefully protected with a special covering before your dental professional applies our unique hydrogen peroxide whitening gel. Hydrogen peroxide breaks down the molecular bonds making up stains on and in your teeth. The intense light of the Philips Zoom WhiteSpeed Whitening LED Accelerator shining on the whitening gel makes the process work even faster, improving whitening results by as much as 40%.
Staining and discolouration can be significantly decreased with the application of tooth whitening, one of the most popular cosmetic dentistry treatments.
Did you know years can be stripped from your face by simply whitening your teeth? Two main methods of professional whitening treatments include tray whitening and in office whitening.
Tray whitening is administered in a custom-made tray. This tray is made from an impression of the patient’s mouth. After the mould is ready, the patient is then presented with whitening gel so the tray can be worn during the day or night – until you reach the desired results.
In office whitening is another effective method of teeth whitening. There are various products that can be implemented including Zoom, Britesmile and Laser whitening.
The In chair whitening system involves using a specially formulated whitening agent in combination with laser technologies to produce fast, dazzling results.
Deep Bleaching is the only recognised tooth whitening technique that is so effective that it will even whiten tetracycline-stained teeth in a short time with little or no sensitivity at all.
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