Teeth Whitening in Springfield & Longmeadow, MA Tooth Whitening Springfield

Zoom Teeth Whitening in Springfield, MA & Longmeadow, MA
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We all feel more attractive and confident when our teeth are sparkling white. But coffee, tea, soft drinks, tobacco, and other foods can leave behind ugly stains on a tooth, making our smiles dull and lackluster. Zoom whitening in Springfield and Longmeadow, MA, is the leading solution. Teeth whitening treatments are a revolutionary new way to whiten and brighten teeth in just one brief office visit at Taylor Street Dental in Springfield, MA. If you are looking to have your teeth whitened, then you have come to the right place!

Cosmetic and general dentist Dr. David Peck offers Zoom! and other teeth whitening treatments to patients in Massachusetts, including Boston and Springfield.

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What are the Benefits of Getting an In-Office Teeth Whitening Treatment?

Chairside bleaching, or teeth whitening that takes place at the Taylor Street Dental office, happens over a series of appointments and is completed by a dental professional. Benefits of having your teeth whitened in-office include:

  • No tooth sensitivity
  • Safe treatment
  • Fast and simple

What Should I Expect During a Teeth Whitening Treatment?

During the Zoom! teeth whitening process, a gentle hydrogen peroxide-based whitening gel is carefully applied to the teeth. Next, a safe, blue-light whitening lamp is used to activate the gel and essentially bleach away stains and residue on a tooth..

How Long Does a Zoom Teeth Whitening Treatment Take?

Our Zoom! Teeth whitening treatments take about one hour.

Who Should Not Receive Zoom! Teeth Whitening?

Although Zoom! teeth whitening is generally safe for most recipients, there are a few people who may not be eligible for it. If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, it is best to wait until you are finished to receive in-office teeth whitening. Patients who are under the age of 14, going through photochemotherapy, or have a sensitivity to light may also not be eligible. You will know whether or not you are a suitable candidate for Zoom! teeth whitening during your consultation with Dr. Peck. He will assess your medical history and the current condition of your teeth to determine the best course of action.

What Our Patients Have to Say

“I have always been afraid of the dental experience and as a result avoided going to the dentist for years-too many years. However, when I first saw Dr. Peck’s print ad containing his quote, ‘Some of my best friends are chickens,’ I felt that I had perhaps found the first dentist to communicate an understanding of a patient’s fear. And I was right; he does. I remember our first meeting and the psychological insight he brought to the story of my past dental history and how good this makes me feel seven years into our doctor-patient relationship.” -Steve M.

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The end result is dazzling, white teeth that are free of discoloration!

What are the Benefits of Using Teeth Whitening at Home?

Teeth whitening treatments can be accomplished from home with the assistance of take-home product kits. Similar to in-office treatment, using a dentist provided kit can enhance the color and brightness of your teeth in a matter of days. They are also simple to use and often less expensive than fully in-office treatments.

What Do Teeth Whitening Kits Consist Of?

Your dentist will provide a package with all of the following:

  • Impression trays, customized to each patient
  • Whitening powder
  • Whitening gel

What Are the Risks of Zoom! Teeth Whitening?

Zoom! teeth whitening has become a popular treatment and is generally safe. But as with any type of dental treatment, there are certain risks you need to be aware of. One of the most common risks of Zoom! teeth whitening is tooth sensitivity. Tooth sensitivity can happen during your teeth whitening treatment, but it usually fades away quickly.

Another risk is that you may have gum irritation. Gum irritation can occur due to the chemicals used for Zoom! It is also possible that your teeth may have uneven whitening. This can be caused by a variety of factors, such as having crowns or veneers. Uneven whitening can also be caused if the whitening agent is not applied properly.

Although this risk is rare, it is also possible to have an allergic reaction to the chemicals used for your teeth whitening treatment. Before you receive your Zoom! teeth whitening treatment, it is highly recommended you consult your dentist. If the risks are too much, they can offer you safer alternatives.

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To learn more about teeth whitening, please call  (413) 781-7645 or fill out a Contact Form here. We serve patients from Springfield, Longmeadow, Ludlow, Westfield, Boston, Wilbraham, Chicopee and Northampton, Massachusetts, as well as patients from the Connecticut area. Call today!

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