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Zoom! whitening

Zoom is a licensed process used in dentist's offices to lighten teeth.

Zoom! Whitening Side Effects

An allergic reaction to the ingredients in Zoom! whitening can result in swollen lips. Topical steroids can be prescribed by a dentist if this reaction occurs. Sensitivity to hot and cold food and beverages can result from poor Zoom! application for up to 24 hours, so make sure your dentist is well-trained.

Who shouldn't use it: Women who are pregnant or lactating are discouraged from using Zoom! Crowns and veneers will not respond to the treatment. People with strong gag reflexes may find the treatment uncomfortable, as the mouth needs to stay open for a minimum of 45 minutes.

Drawbacks: Zoom! may leave your teeth sensitive to hot and cold food and drink for a short time after treatment.

Recovery Time For Zoom! Whitening

There is no downtime after getting Zoom!

After care for Zoom! whitening: Zoom! users get a home touch-up kit—whitening trays and bleaching gels—to maintain results. Use the kit to keep your newly whitened teeth bright.

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