Grand Prairie Dentist Answers Your Zoom! Whitening FAQs

Yellow teeth have a bigger impact on people than they would sometimes care to admit. The truth is that if you are embarrassed by the color of your teeth, you are not likely to enjoy your life. After coming to that realization, then next logical step is to find the means to whiten your teeth. However, with so many treatments available, it can be difficult to choose between them. Here with some much needed information is your Grand Prairie dentist, Dr. Quinn Smith. He answers your most frequently asked questions about Zoom! Whitening.

What is Zoom! Whitening?

Zoom! Whiteningis a professional grade whitening treatment offered by your Grand Prairie cosmetic dentist, Dr. Smith. Zoom! lightens teeth an average of eight shades and provides long-lasting and instant results.

What does Zoom! Whitening involve?

The Zoom! Whitening procedure takes about 45 minutes to complete. If you choose to have your teeth whitened with Zoom!, Dr. Smith will begin by covering your lips and gums to ensure that only your teeth are exposed to the treatment. Once your lips and gums are covered, Dr. Smith will apply the whitening gel to your teeth, which he will activate with a special light. As soon as the gel is activated by the light, your teeth will begin the whitening process. Dr. Smith will complete this procedure in 3-4 cycles, each lasting about 15 minutes.

Will my new smile last?

With proper care and maintenance, it certainly will. After your treatment, Dr. Smith will send you home with a touchup kit of take-home whitening trays and a whitening gel. You can use the kit any time you need a touchup to keep your smile radiant and white.

Schedule a Visit with Your Grand Prairie Cosmetic Dentist

Do you hide your smile out of embarrassment? Stop hiding and start living today. Schedule an appointment or a consultation to discuss Zoom! Whitening with your Grand Prairie dentist, Dr. Smith, today by calling 972-262-5111. Our 75052 dental office welcomes patients from Grand Prairie, Arlington, South Dallas, Cedar Hill, Duncanville, and surrounding communities.