You deserve a bright, confident smile. Professional, in-office teeth whitening with Philips Zoom is safe, simple, and one of the fastest ways to improve the beauty of your smile. Plus, Philips Zoom is championed by dentists and patients as a pain-free, easy process.

Zoom WhiteSpeed Light-Activated Whitening System

The Zoom Chairside Light-Activated Gel greatly accelerates and enhances the whitening process, and delivers the dramatic results you will love. Along with the all-new Whitening LED Accelerator, your teeth can become up to eight shades lighter in just 45 minutes! The gel and light work together gently to break up the stains on your teeth, while leaving the structure of your teeth unchanged. After just three 15-minute applications in one hour, you rinse and the treatment is complete, leaving you with a brighter, whiter smile.

Is Philips Zoom right for you?

Almost anyone can benefit from teeth whitening, though the treatment may not be as effective for some as it is for others. Zoom achieves the greatest success in treating yellow staining from aging, tobacco, dark cola, tea, coffee, or red wine. If your teeth have gray shading from tetracycline or other chemicals, you may still see improved results, though they may be less dramatic. Your dentist will be able to determine the ideal level of whitening for your individual smile during your personalized shade assessment.

A beautiful, sparkling smile can give you a whole new outlook on life. Contact us today to schedule an appointment for Philips Zoom whitening!

Teeth Whitening FAQs

Who should use teeth whitening?

The ideal candidates for teeth whitening are those patients who have healthy teeth without fillings or restorations and healthy gum tissues.

Does the whitening system work on Dentures or Veneers?

Sadly, the whitening system treatments do not work on porcelain or most bonding materials including veneers, dentures, crowns, and implants.

Is tooth whitening bad for your teeth?

Generally, whitening treatments are not harmful to your teeth and are considered safe.

How many shades whiter can I expect my teeth to get?

Most patients who undergo teeth whitening treatments will find that a difference of two shades makes them happy, but your teeth can whiten as many as nine shades over the course of teeth whitening treatment.

How long do the teeth whitening effects last?

It varies from patient to patient. The effects of teeth whitening can last up to 2-3 years or as little as 6 months.

Why is professional whitening better than other options?

Aside from the fact that professional whitening is done in a dental office, in-office whiteners are stronger because they have more peroxide in the solution. They can certainly change the color of your teeth faster than at-home methods.

How can I make my whitened teeth last longer?

Let’s face it, all teeth whitening procedures will eventually fade over time. Here’s how you can make your whitened teeth last longer:

✓ Avoid food and drinks that stains

✓ Drink plenty of water

✓ Practice good oral hygiene

✓ Use a straw instead when you drink liquids

✓ Visit your dentist at Andrew J. Holloman, DDS & Associates

What happens during teeth whitening?

Before you get started with your in-office whitening treatment, you will receive a professional dental cleaning to remove plaque and hardened tartar from your teeth. This will get you better results from your whitening treatment if your teeth are as clean as possible beforehand.

Once your teeth are clean, we will place gauze in your mouth to keep it dry. While the whitening gel is harmless to your teeth, it can irritate the sensitive skin of your lips, cheeks, and gums. We also paint your gums with a protective barrier before applying the whitening gel to the front surface of your teeth. A specialized light is used on your teeth to activate the gel so it will provide better, faster results.

How long after teeth whitening can I brush my teeth?

It is best NOT to brush your teeth after your teeth whitening treatment. You may brush your teeth at least 6 hours after whitening trays.

Does teeth whitening treatment hurt?

When performed by a registered dentist from Andrew J. Holloman, DDS & Associates while using reputable products, teeth whitening will not hurt! Please inform us of any sensitivities and previous whitening products that you may have used at home so we may re-evaluate your dental teeth whitening treatment plan.