Cavity prevention can often be one of the most important tasks you can undertake in order to keep your smile safe.
Do you want a whiter and brighter smile in a quick and easy way? If so, Zoom! Whitening is for you! Zoom! Whitening in Pasadena, California, is a painless and fast process of whitening your smile. It can be provided in one dental appointment at Hansen Dental Care and you can have the beautiful smile you’re looking for in just a short amount of time.
The process of whitening your smile with Zoom! is simple and effective.
Step 1: You will come into our office and sit in our comfortable dental chair. Then, your dentist, Dr. Robert E. Hansen Jr., DDS, will cover your lips and gums to protect them from the whitening solution.
Step 2: When you are ready, he will paint the solution onto your teeth and will activate the solution with a special light. The activation process will take about 15 minutes and you can use this time to relax, watch TV, or listen to music.
Step 3: The gel will be applied and activated for three 15-minute sessions, resulting in a total treatment time of 45 minutes.
Step 4: After the treatment, you will be given an at-home touch-up kit. All you need to do is follow your dentist’s instructions when using the kit.
If you have any questions that weren’t included in this blog, please feel free to call 626-793-2273 today and talk to a member of our caring dental team. We also encourage you to schedule an appointment with Dr. Robert E. Hansen Jr., DDS if you are interested in brightening your smile with this beneficial treatment. We look forward to helping you!
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