Brighten and Whiten Your Teeth with Zoom!
Teeth Whitening by Stanton Smiles will give you back a bright, white, dazzling smile! Your smile is so important in both personal and business relationships – it is your calling card to the world. Don’t you want your smile to say young, fresh, vibrant, and healthy? The dimming effects caused by aging, stains, smoking and certain medications can be completely erased in only one visit!
Zoom! AP: Dramatic Results with More Comfort
ZOOM! Advanced Power whitening is dentist supervised, in-office tooth whitening. Fast and convenient, Zoom! AP whitening is also safe and effective and produces dazzling results.
After making sure the soft tissues of the mouth are protected, the ZOOM! whitening gel is applied to the surface of the teeth. This professional grade gel is 25% hydrogen peroxide. This solution is often able to remove even the deepest, most stubborn stains from teeth. A special light emitted from the ZOOM! power lamp activates the stain lifting properties of the whitening gel, integrating it into the deeper layers of the enamel of the teeth. After being exposed to this light at three 15-minute intervals – you’ll be amazed at the immediately visible, dramatic results; teeth 8 to 10 shades whiter!
While in-office procedures do dramatically reduce the time needed to achieve a good result, many times the most effective method of achieving your ideal shade is to start with Zoom!AP in the dentist office. Then using the custom trays fitted by our team, you can immediately follow-up with 5 days of two-hour whitening sessions at-home.
Tooth Sensitivity and Touch-Ups
Caring and committed Fort Lauderdale dentist, Dr. Robert B. Stanton, is very concerned about the comfort of his patients. He feels that it’s very important to really listen to patients and give them that extra care. It can really mean the difference between just adequate and superlative. During our pre-interview with you, we will discuss any tooth sensitivity you may have to hot or cold. Then, in order to prevent any further sensitivity during whitening, we can prescribe a prevident (medicated toothpaste) two weeks before your whitening appointment, that will ensure your comfort both during and after treatment.
The need for touch-up whitening can vary dramatically between a patients, depending on their lifestyle. Habits such as smoking, drinking red wine or eating foods that are heavily pigmented will obviously cause staining and require touch-ups more often. Limiting such foods and habits and continuing to follow a good oral health routine, should allow you to enjoy your dazzling, new smile for years!
A fresher, brighter smile is only one visit away at the office of Dr. Stanton. Let us show you how easy it is to present a new, dazzling smile to your world!