Serving Orland Park Dentist on Whitening Advantages
Tooth Whitening served near Palo Heights dentist is the safest and fastest way to a whiter, brighter smile. We offer 2 options to fit into your lifestyle.
Take Home Nite White Whitening: (while you sleep) Nite White is a fast, safe and effective tooth whitening system. The whitening gel is a thick solution, which is dispensed to patients by a dentist and applied by the patient at home using a clear and inconspicuous custom filled tray.
The gel is worn while you sleep for ultimate performance and maximum convenience. In 10-14 nights, you can achieve exceptional whitening results. The active ingredient in Nite White, carbamide peroxide, has been recognized by the FDA for many years as the oral antiseptic and is now used for its superior whitening properties.
If you prefer a daytime whitening alternative to traditional overnight systems, Daywhite whitens teeth in only 30 minutes twice a day. If you have any questions about your whitening options, please consult your dental professional.
In Office ZOOM! Whitening: How ZOOM! Works: The ZOOM! light activated gel was developed after years of research by Discus Dental, the leaders in professional take-home tooth whitening. The gel is scientifically formulated, pH balanced Hydrogen Peroxide that, when activated by the Zoom! light, gently penetrates the teeth only to remove deep stains and discoloration, while leaving the structure of the tooth unchanged. With proper care and on occasional touch up at home, your whiter smile will sparkle for years.
Tune into Zoom! Ask your dental professional how the Zoom! In-Office Whitening System will work for you. Take your first step to feeling good, looking great and making a memorable impression every time you smile. You owe it to yourself!
A Note of Assurance Tooth whitening is a well established procedure in cosmetic dentistry. Hydrogen Peroxide, the active ingredient in Zoom!, has also been safely used for many years in the treatment of gums and other oral soft tissue.
The whitening process is effective on most discolored teeth. Darker stains, such as those caused by antibiotics, are more difficult to whiten. The degree of whiteness will vary from patient to patient, depending on the structure of the teeth.