Teeth Whitening


Teeth darken naturally over time and day-to-day habits such as drinking coffee, tea, or smoking can lead to faster staining. Investing in your smile is important, as it is one of the first things that people encounter when they interact with you. Giving them a stunning smile is one way to make a positive lasting impression. If you are considering a teeth whitening treatment, feel free to book a free cosmetic consultation with Dr. Goodarzi to discuss your requirements so that you can feel confident about your decision.

Dr. Goodarzi has invested in the best whitening technology available. The system that the office uses is called Zoom! and it is considered one of the most complete teeth whitening systems that are available on the market today. There are two options that can be discussed with Dr. Goodarzi. Each has the same end result, but depends on personal preference. First, is the in-office procedure, which includes light technology with a light activated gel. This combination is effectively a one-two punch for better whitening that only takes a little over an hour in the chair. If you choose to, you can also opt for an at-home option where impressions of your teeth are made and the trays and bleaching gel are worn by you for one to three hours. This at-home treatment can take anywhere from three days to two weeks to complete. Either way, the Zoom! teeth whitening technology can last anywhere from one to five years. The longevity of the whitening depends on the frequency with which use teeth strainers such as coffee, tea, or smoking. Now is the time to take part in teeth whitening and start enjoying your brightened smile.


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