Teeth Whitening in Forest Hills Queens
When the nerve of a tooth is infected by due to decay, a root canal is needed in order to clean the canals of the root of all the decay and infection. This usually saves the tooth by removing the pulp, nerves and bacteria inside the tooth and replacing it with medicated dental material that fills the space allowing the tooth to be saved.
Patients choose to have root canals when they wish to save a tooth that would otherwise have to be removed. Most patients believe that extracting the tooth is the best idea. However, pulling a tooth is costly and leaves a space that may cause problems for other adjacent teeth. The removed tooth should be replaced by dental implants, which is also costly.
What exactly is Zoom Teeth Whitening?
ZOOM teeth whitening is used by our dentists to change the color of the teeth by number of shades. Zoom teeth whitening is a process that uses a 25% hydrogen peroxide gel, the gel is activated via a special UV light. Your eyes, lips and gums are completely covered and protected throughout the entire procedure. Whitening is considered one of the safest procedures available in dentistry. The procedure consists of three 15-minute sessions. A fresh layer of whitening gel is applied after each session as the old gel is removed from your teeth. Zoom teeth whitening is considered one of the safest procedures available in dentistry.
How does TEETH WHITENING work?
The results may vary from patient to patient during the process of ZOOM teeth whitening. The ZOOM works by using a safe but high level concentration of hydrogen peroxide. Once this gel is activated using a special blue light the oxidation process of Carbamide Peroxide starts thus releasing more oxygen which accelerates bleaching process.
Usually Doctors will measure the shade of your teeth and the final shape to see how many shades that they have changed. It is sometimes very hard to predict how white they will become but a normal range is around 6 to 8 shades.
Are there any side effects from the Zoom teeth whitening?
During the teeth whitening process patients who have undergo teeth whitening will experience slightly increased sensitivity to hot and cold foods and drinks. These symptoms will disappear after a few days.