Zoom Teeth Whitening Melbourne VIC
Teeth whitening is a cosmetic procedure commonly performed at our Melbourne clinic, which gives you a brighter smile and can give some people more confidence with their appearance. Stained teeth can be caused by consuming heavily coloured food and drink such as red wine, coffee or tea and is common for many people. Even with daily brushing and regular cleaning by your dentist, some stains are not able to be removed.
Whitening your teeth can lighten otherwise healthy teeth to give a brighter appearance and help make you feel more at ease smiling. Many of our patients choose teeth whitening to be presentable for special occasions such as weddings, graduations and public speaking events.
Fine Dentistry offers the popular ZOOM! Teeth whitening product to improve the aesthetic look of your smile and lighten the colour of your teeth. There are two options available, depending on your preference:
For quick results, in-office teeth whitening can be an ideal option. Performed by our dental team at our Melbourne clinic, your teeth will be coated with a gel then a special light will be applied. The procedure lasts approximately an hour, and the results can be noticed immediately, with your teeth lightening up to six shades.
ZOOM! Teeth whitening kits are also conveniently available to take away so you can perform the procedure in the comfort of your home. A custom whitening tray is created at our Melbourne clinic from an impression of your teeth. Your kit also includes a whitening gel, and since the trays are individually made, you should notice even and thorough results.
Why whiten teeth?
Teeth whitening is a procedure to consider if your teeth are discoloured. Tooth discolouration can happen for a number of reasons, the most predominant being poor oral hygiene. If you do not brush and floss your teeth every day, you open your teeth up to all sorts of nasty side effects, one of which is tooth discolouration.
Aside from poor oral hygiene, there are certain foods and beverages that can cause your teeth to discolour. Drinks such as coffee, wine and soft drink contain acids that break down the enamel on your teeth which leads to discolouration and risk of decay. Smoking is also a factor that causes teeth to go yellow, and should be avoided if you wish to keep your teeth healthy. In fact, certain medication can also cause your teeth to discolour. Lastly, teeth also naturally go yellow over time as you age. There are many ways in which your teeth can discolour, but teeth whitening is a viable option to reverse these effects and maintain a bright and white smile. It is highly recommended that you see a dental professional such as Fine Dentistry, as they are specially trained to take care of your teeth, unlike over the counter options.