Philips Zoom! teeth whitening is the most patient-requested professional whitening brand, and it's easy to see why. Philips has 25 years of research and professional expertise and their whitening products are proven to whiten teeth up to six shades lighter. It is a completely safe and effective way to unleash a beautiful and healthy smile.
The treatment takes only an hour and you can walk out with a brighter smile for any occasion. It uses the latest technology and is the most used product by dentists worldwide, with over 10 million procedures done globally. You get excellent results and patient satisfaction is nearly 100%.
It's important to remember that professional teeth whitening can only legally be done by a dental professional. London Hygienist is an official Philips partner, and is pleased to provide Philips Zoom! teeth whitening in London out of her Chelsea clinic.
All whitening treatments take two visits and include check-ups, X-rays and a clean.
PHILIPS ZOOM! HOME WHITENING
If you're budget conscious, home whitening might be for you. You'll receive custom-made home-whitening trays and enough gels for two weeks. Choose from two options:
DayWhite is perfect if you want to wear trays for as little as possible during the day. You wear the trays for 30 to 90 minutes and see results in as little as two weeks.
Philips Zoom! NiteWhite allows you to whiten overnight while you sleep, so you don't have to deal with whitening trays during the day. NiteWhite also gives noticeable results in two weeks and is available in different strengths.
PHILIPS ZOOM! IN-CHAIR WHITENING
In a hurry? Then this one is for you. With Philips Zoom! WhiteSpeed, your teeth could become up to six shades whiter in just one hour. You'll leave with an instantly brighter, more confident smile. Includes take-home trays.
For best results, we'll send you home with customised whitening trays and a whitening kit, which is included in the price of your treatment. This way, you can continue whitening at home to keep your smile as bright as when you left the surgery.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT PHILIPS ZOOM! WHITESPEED IN-CHAIR WHITENING
What should I expect?
You will need an examination to ensure you are suitable for whitening. It is also advisable to have your teeth cleaned before the treatment, which lasts approximately one hour.
You will lie in the dental chair with a soft mouth guard in place to protect your lips and ensure you are in a comfortable resting position. The gums, cheeks and lips will be protected so the whitening solution can be applied safely. Once the product is on your teeth, the Philips Zoom! Lamp is used to activate the whitening agent.
There will be four 15-minute sessions of whitening during the hour-long appointment. You will also receive custom-made whitening trays and a take-home whitening kit to top-up your smile when needed.
How long does the process take?
Philips Zoom! In-Chair treatment takes approximately an hour but all whitening treatments take two visits and include check-ups, X-rays and a clean.
Is the procedure safe?
Yes. Studies have shown that when carried out by a professional using EU compliant products, whitening is safe for your teeth and gums.
Will it be uncomfortable?
Your mouth will be in a comfortable resting position during the procedure and you will still be able to swallow. There is also little to no sensitivity reported, however you may experience an awareness of the whitening happening.
What are the side effects of whitening?
The most common side effect is sensitivity. All Philips Zoom! products contain special ingredients (potassium nitrate and Amorphous Calcium Phosphate) that are proven to help reduce sensitivity, protect enamel and improve the lustre of teeth for a brighter smile.
How long will results last?
Whitening treatments help reduce existing discolouration, but through food, drink and lifestyle choices they can discolour again. Maintenance whitening at home can help combat this along with routine hygiene appointments.
What causes discolouration?
Red wine, coffee, tea and dark coloured foods/drinks all contribute to staining. Some medications, ageing, smoking and trauma can also cause tooth discolouration.
How much does it cost?
£770 for a two-hour appointment. All whitening treatments take two visits and include check-ups, X-rays and a clean.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT
PHILIPS ZOOM! HOME WHITENING
How does it work?
You will come into the surgery for a clean and stain removal before we fit you with custom-made whitening trays. You'll choose from DayWhite or NiteWhite, depending on when you want to wear the trays. You then wear the trays at home for two weeks.
How long will it take to see results?
Your custom whitening trays will arrive in about a week, and then you can spend the next two weeks wearing them. You should start to see results within a few days.
How does it work?
The whitening gel is absorbed into the tooth, where it whitens from the inside by dissolving stains. The ACP formula delivers sensitivity management and enamel protection.
Is it safe?
Yes, clinical studies have shown that whitening your teeth under the supervision of a dental professional is safe for teeth and gums. The formulas provided are EU compliant.
What are the side effects?
The most common side effect is sensitivity. The formulas contain ACP which are proven to reduce sensitivity. You will be assessed to ensure that you use the right concentration of formula for you.
How long will my whitening last?
Whitening helps to reduce existing stains but lifestyle factors can cause teeth to become discoloured again. Maintenance whitening and routine hygiene visits can help combat recurring discolouration.