Teeth Whitening in Adelaide

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A whiter, brighter smile is easier than you think!

Whitening your teeth can improve your appearance giving you the confidence to smile!
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We Have the Latest Technology to Whiten Your Teeth

At Dental Matters in Adelaide, we are proud to offer the latest teeth whitening methods from Philips Zoom!. Millions of dental patients have used Zoom! whitening and have seen much greater results than they could with an over-the-counter gel or toothpaste. Along with whitening your teeth, Zoom! also protects the health and strength of your teeth and enamel.

Zoom is an in-office light-activated whitening system. It delivers the dramatic results you are looking for when whitening your teeth. One big advantage of in-office whitening is that in just one visit, you get results from the most advanced teeth whitening technology.

Zoom! Teeth Whitening

There are two ways to use Zoom!. Some patients choose to visit our office for the treatments, where we can apply the whitening gel directly to your teeth. Others choose to do the treatments at home—in that case, we can get you custom-made trays that you can apply to your teeth during a two-week period.

Many patients see results after just one appointment, although you may need additional appointments, depending on the current whiteness of your teeth. Amazingly, Zoom! can bring your teeth up to eight shades lighter than they currently are.

Our dental staff can help you with every step of the Zoom! teeth whitening process in Adelaide, ensuring that it’s both safe and effective. Our knowledge and experience with teeth whitening help you get the best possible results. If you have questions or want to learn more about Zoom!, give us a call to set an appointment for teeth whitening in Adelaide.

The Facts about Whitening Toothpaste

This could be beneficial for removing new surface stains that develop from tea, coffee, and tobacco or plaque build-up. These tooth pastes only remove surface stains; they do not change the colour of the teeth.  Some whitening tooth pastes (especially marketed for smokers) are more abrasive than others and can potentially cause damage to the teeth, these should be avoided.

Adelaide Teeth Whitening

Some Teeth Whitening limitations

  • Some people experience sensitivity during bleaching, this goes away after the whitening process. You can use sensitive tooth paste to reduce the discomfort.
  • People who already have sensitive teeth may not be suitable for whitening.
  • You may need to replace old fillings or crowns as they will not lighten and the colour difference may become more noticeable.
  • Some teeth may not whiten evenly.
  • Irritation of gums can sometimes occur if whitening agent is not placed correctly.
  • Sometimes the desired result is not achieved.