In Chair Zoom Whitening

Whitening is a cosmetic procedure, performed to make the teeth look whiter and brighter. Depending on your requirements and your dental health, we can best advise what technique, which procedure suits you best.

  1. In Chair whitening.

Get the Brighter, Healthier Smile You’ve Been Wanting, Your smile is the way you greet the world. Why not put your best self forward with the confidence of a more beautiful smile?. When it comes to whitening, your dentist is your best resource. Only dental professionals have access to the professional-strength whitening.

Philips Zoom is the #1 patient-requested professional whitening treatment. In fact, over 10 million patients have already used Zoom to achieve brighter, healthier smiles. The quickest, easiest way to effectively whiten your teeth is in-office treatment. It is the only in-office system that has variable intensity setting so each treatment can be customised to maximise patient comfort. The system also includes desensitisers to help minimise sensitivity and protect your enamel. This dentist-supervised, in-office procedure is safe, effective and clinically proven to whiten up to eight shades—for a brighter, whiter smile in just one office visit.

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Before and After

See the dramatic results Zoom delivers.

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Philips Zoom is only available at a dentist’s office to ensure optimum safety, and comes in different treatment types and strengths to fit your lifestyle and sensitivity.


Learn the Truth about Whitening

Is teeth whitening safe?

Yes. Clinical studies have shown that whitening your teeth with carbamide or hydrogen peroxide under the supervision of a dental professional is safe for teeth and gums.

What are the side effects?

The most common side effect is tooth and gum/teeth sensitivity. We may recommend some desensitizing creams  in some cases.

What’s the difference between over the counter whitening solutions and the ones from dental office?

Over-the-counter whitening products are not customised to your needs. In Our recommended ones the whitening process is tailored to your needs, with custom-fitted trays for at-home treatments or just the right light intensity and duration in the dentist’s office.

How long my whitening results will last?

Whitening treatments help to reduce existing stains, but through consumption of coffee, soft drinks or just through natural aging, your teeth may eventually become discoloured again. Maintenance whitening can help combat recurring discoloration.

What causes teeth to discolour?

There are many causes to tooth discoloration. Some of the most common include the consumption of  highly coloured foods and drinks (berries, coffee, tea, red wine). Some medications, aging, smoking and trauma can also cause teeth discoloration.

How long does it take?

With in-office whitening, you will achieve up to eight shades whiter teeth in 45 minutes. With take-home, when used as instructed, you will achieve the same great results in one-two weeks, depending on concentration of formulation and wear time you select.

The safest way to whiter teeth

Extensive research and clinical studies indicate that whitening teeth under the supervision by accredited dentist not only gives you the whitest teeth, it’s also very safe. We use whitening formula that contains relief ACP, which actually gives you greater luster and helps protects enamel and Keeps side effects to a minimum

Some people may experience temporary increased tooth sensitivity to cold during or after treatment. These symptoms disappear within 1-3 days after completion of the treatment. The temporary sensitivity can be minimal for some while others may find it to be similar to ice-cream sensitivity.

Our whitening procedure has been perfected through years of experience to give you the whitest teeth the safest possible way. Your gums are carefully protected with a special covering before dental professional applies hydrogen peroxide whitening gel. Hydrogen peroxide breaks down the molecular bonds making up stains on and in your teeth.