Achieving whiter, cleaner teeth is something a lot of people are interested in. After all, a whiter smile can lead to improved confidence, a more outgoing personality, and better happiness overall. But there’s a lot of worry about the safety of teeth whitening. Does teeth whitening damage enamel? Is teeth whitening bad for your teeth? Are teeth whitening kits safe?
The answer is this: if you’re following a dentist or dental professional-recommended practice, teeth whitening is safe. That’s not to say that any product claiming to be dentist-recommended is safe, but what your dental professional recommends to you personally will be safe.
The best way to whiten your teeth is with a dental professional-administered whitening procedure.
Extensive research and clinical studies indicate that whitening teeth under the supervision of a Zoom trained and accredited dentist not only gives you the whitest teeth, it's also very safe. Zoom is the only whitening formula that contains relief ACP, which actually gives you greater lustre and protects enamel. As a result, the Zoom teeth whitening treatment has no adverse effect on existing restorations (fillings or crowns) nor does it rub away, soften, damage or weaken the enamel.