Teeth whitening activated with ZOOM 2 light technology

Whitening with Zoom 2 technology is always performed in the dental office. The treatment begins with a short preparation. Gums and lips are carefully protected from a special, light activated, whitening gel. Once the patient is prepared, the whitening agent is activated by being exposed to the Zoom 2 lamp.

Advantages of teeth whitening with ZOOM 2 technology

A shining white smile will certainly add charm and self-confidence. Tooth whitening has become one of the most popular treatments in cosmetic dentistry. The times when only celebrities could have such amazing Hollywood smiles are long gone. DUDA CLINIC offers ZOOM 2, which is currently the fastest, most effective and most modern whitening solution to obtain radiant, white teeth.

What is unique about ZOOM2 whitening system?

The first advantage is the minimal time needed to complete the procedure. On average, about 33% time can be saved. It takes around 3 sessions of 15 minutes. Secondly, post procedure tooth sensitivity has been reduced by over 67%  in comparison with the previous ZOOM technology lamps. Finally, in a very short time, teeth can be as many as 8 shades whiter, with a resulting smile that is longer lasting, more durable and more natural.

What does the teeth whitening procedure look like?

Prior to starting the whitening procedure, we recommend having all tartar removed and then sand blasting the teeth. These treatments help to ensure that the results meet your expectations. Next, the dentist will place a special cover over your gums and lips. You will be also given a pair of dark glasses for eye protection. Finally, a special whitening gel will be applied to your teeth. During the treatment, the ZOOM 2 lamp light and the gel penetrate the enamel, removing all stains and discolorations.

Is the whitening procedure using ZOOM 2 technology safe?

Yes, it is. Scientific research conducted by American scientists confirm that teeth whitening procedures conducted by a dentist are safe. ZOOM 2 whitening technology is not recommended for pregnant women or children under 13.