Your smile is the way you greet the world. Whether you hide your smile or you show it off to everyone you meet, it can give others a great, or not so great, first impression. Thanks to advances in dental care, people have many options when it comes to whitening their teeth. From whitening toothpastes and floss, whitening strips, whitening trays, and laser whitening treatments – dental patients have a wide array of choices. However, the number one professional whitening treatment is Phillips Zoom!.
Zoom! teeth whitening is available only at a dentist’s office to ensure safety and effective whitening treatments. While Zoom! teeth whitening has been proven to whiten teeth up to eight shades, it is also safe for the teeth and gums. Many products on the market can harm the teeth and gums if used too long or inappropriately, but Zoom! will actually protect the enamel of the teeth and leave them with a greater luster than before.
Zoom! teeth whitening utilizes the latest teeth whitening technology with the highest safety precautions to help patients achieve brighter, more radiant smiles. Teeth can be whitened in less than an hour with the innovative teeth whitening system at your dentist’s office. That means during your lunch hour, you could whiten your teeth up to eight shades with just one visit!
If your teeth are stained or discolored, call your local dentist office to find out if they offer Zoom! teeth whitening. Your smile can be radiant and your confidence can be boosted by an in-office whitening solution with Zoom! teeth whitening. Don’t wait another day hiding behind your less than stellar smile. It has never been easier to achieve the bright smile of your dreams.
Posted on behalf of Mitzi Morris, DMD, PC
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