About Zoom! WhiteSpeed
Years of enjoying tea, coffee, red wine, berries, soft drinks, and tobacco can stain and discolor the enamel until the teeth begin to look dull, dark, and yellow. For the quickest route to brighter teeth, our dentists at DentalWorks - Grove City in Grove City, OH offer in-office teeth whitening using Philips Zoom! WhiteSpeed teeth whitening. Seen on many television makeover shows, Philips Zoom! WhiteSpeed can whiten teeth as much as eight shades in less than an hour. Zoom! WhiteSpeed is a safe and effective technique that can be personalized for each patient based on their needs, concerns, and goals without the usual tooth sensitivity created by other whitening procedures. Philips Zoom! WhiteSpeed is the number one laser whitening system that patients in and around the Grove City, OH area can enjoy at DentalWorks - Grove City.
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What to Expect with Zoom! Laser Teeth Whitening
Before the Zoom! treatment is started, our dentists will usually clean and dry the enamel for the greatest outcomes. While no sedation is needed, our dentists will apply a protective shield over the gums and protective glasses on the patient’s eye area. After the gums and teeth are prepped, our dentists will put on the Philips Zoom! whitening gel that includes a pH booster and then trigger the gel with the Zoom! LED light. The light may be adjusted to several intensity settings depending on the patient’s goals. Zoom! treatments usually takes about 45 – 60 minutes.
Zoom! Laser Teeth Whitening Treatment Aftercare
Following the Zoom! treatment, our dentists will give each patient directions on what to anticipate after their service and tips on maintaining their new, brighter smile, such as what to avoid drinking and eating. Some patients will not require another treatment for years, however this varies based on the patient's habits and lifestyle. Patients may purchase a Philips maintenance kit that will include a topical gel for tooth sensitivity and home whitening treatments. However, 90% of patients do not have any sensitivity after their treatment.
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Zoom! Laser Teeth Whitening Insurance Coverage
Because Zoom! professional teeth whitening is a cosmetic treatment, it’s generally not paid by insurance, but DentalWorks - Grove City takes several payment methods and DentalWorks - Grove City accepts financing plans to help Zoom! treatments more affordable. Financing and payment plans will be gone over with our dentists at the patient’s consultation.
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Zap Stains Away
You may be amazed how dark your teeth is from certain foods and beverages. If you are in the Grove City, OH area near DentalWorks - Grove City, schedule a consultation our dentists to find out more about Zoom! WhiteSpeed teeth whitening procedure. Once your teeth are white and bright again, you may be impressed with how much younger you appear.
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