Gental Dentistry

ZOOM! Teeth Whitening

Dentist In Kalamazoo, MI

ZOOM! Teeth Whitening Dentist Kalamazoo, MIZoom! teeth whitening is a safe and reliable method of teeth whitening that can be completed in just one visit to our office.

At Gentle Dentistry, we’re proud to be Zoom teeth whitening providers. If you’re interested in a whiter smile, our Kalamazoo teeth whitening dentist is here to help.

Here’s what you need to know about the Zoom! teeth whitening process.

Zoom! Teeth Whitening Procedure

Zoom! teeth whitening is a quick and easy process that can whiten your teeth by several shades after just one application. First, Dr. Busch-Abbate will apply a whitening gel to your teeth. She will then use a special LED lamp to activate the teeth whitening ingredients in the gel.

The teeth whitening gel usually takes effect in about 15 minutes. However, depending on the severity of your tooth discoloration, we may break up your appointment into up to three 15-minute teeth whitening sessions.

During and after your Zoom whitening appointment, you may feel some minor tooth sensitivity. However, each patient is different. You may have a different pain threshold than a friend or family member who recently had Zoom! teeth whitening. Let our teeth whitening dentist know if you’re experiencing discomfort.

Caring for Your Whiter Smile

To maintain the results of Zoom! teeth whitening, we recommend limiting your intake of staining foods and drinks like coffee, tea, or red wine. You’ll also need to brush your teeth twice a day and floss at least once daily to remove plaque from the surface of your teeth. Over time, plaque hardens into tartar and can make your teeth look yellow again.

To learn more about teeth whitening or other cosmetic dentistry procedures, contact Gentle Dentistry today. Our Zoom! teeth whitening dentist in Kalamazoo, MI would be happy to talk you through your options. Give our office a call at (269) 381-3890 to make an appointment.

Emergency Dental Care

Our dental office treats many types of traumatic dental injuries, such as teeth that have been chipped, moved, or knocked out. Please contact our Kalamazoo, MI office for help with a dental emergency.

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