There was a time when “zoom” was merely a fun example of onomatopoeia. In the pandemic-dominated world of 2020, we all know Zoom better and better as a remote meeting software and application. None of those things, though, will make your teeth any whiter.
Zoom is a laser and gel-based teeth whitening treatment system. If the Zoom teeth-whitening system is new to you, or you just want to disentangle it from the other zooms in your life, we’ll go into some detail about the three-step Zoom process. In a nutshell, though, here are the basics.
After your mouth has been prepared, your dentist will apply a whitening gel to your teeth. That gel will be exposed to the Zoom light to activate the compounds and allow them to penetrate your teeth and to dissolve stains. The gel will be exposed to light for 15 minutes or so, and the process will be repeated three times in a single appointment.
Three steps toward whiter teeth
With that brief introduction, let’s give you a bit more detail about the three steps of zoom teeth whitening near you, and what you can expect.
Step One: Preparation
Your dentist will examine your teeth and gums to confirm that they’re healthy enough to undergo the procedure and to check if you have any crowns, bridges or other dental restorations. Depending on the condition of your teeth, your dentist in Sterling Dental Clinic may recommend you get your teeth professionally cleaned before any Zoom session. Sterling Dental Clinic provides excellent zoom whitening treatment, which is located near Vasant Kunj.
Step Two: Whitening
Once those preparatory steps have been completed, your dentist will apply a layer of Zoom’s hydrogen peroxide whitening gel onto the front surfaces of your teeth. After the teeth have been coated, you’ll be given some safety glasses to wear to protect your eyes from the lasers used in the next stage. Then, a special Zoom light will be shone onto the gels in your mouth for 15 minutes. During that time, you’ll be able to listen to music, a podcast, stream a show, or simply meditate and relax.
Step Three: Cleaning up
Once the apply-and-expose cycles have been completed, your dentist will wash your mouth clean and give your mouth and lips a chance to relax from the procedure. You’ll have a chance to compare your newly whitened teeth to the original shade of your teeth. Your dentist will provide you with clear instructions about how to preserve your newly whiter teeth in the first couple days after your appointment, including foods and drinks to avoid. By following these instructions carefully and maintaining good daily dental hygiene habits, your teeth can stay whiter for years.
Are you looking for a fast, easy, and even relaxing way to whiten your teeth? Zoom teeth whitening at Sterling Dental Clinic is just that for many people.