Over time, drinking coffee, red wine, smoking cigarettes, and simply ageing can stain our teeth. Are you interested in a brighter, whiter smile? At Crown Dental Group in Rowville Melbourne, we have affordable and effective teeth whitening solutions for you.
How to whiten teeth?
The dentist applies a gel and uses a special light to activate the gel to whiten the teeth, which can take about one hour. Although more expensive than the take-home kits, the in-chair whitening treatment delivers immediate results. To maintain your bright smile overtime, we use a combination approach and provide a take-home kit as well.
Take-home whitening kits
The dentist makes custom-made trays designed specifically for your own mouth and supplies you with a professional whitening gel. This is a great option for those who would like to whiten their teeth in the comfort of their own home and in their own time.
What is zoom teeth whitening?
The Zoom! whitening system is the best available on the market and gives you long-lasting outcomes.
Zoom! In-office Whitening
Safely whiten your teeth up to eight shades in just 45 minutes. Zoom! uses light-activated technology that is 40% more successful in whitening dull, stained teeth than other systems without light activation. You’ll see immediate results and be in the hands of our fully qualified dental professionals.
Zoom! Take-home Kit
The Zoom! Day White and Nite White take-home treatments allow you to whiten your teeth conveniently in your own home. The custom-fitted whitening tray fits the contours of your teeth perfectly, giving you the same bright, gleaming results that are safe for your teeth and gums.
How long does Zoom! teeth whitening last?
Results from professional teeth whitening treatments can be immediate (up to 8 shades whiter in 45 minutes), and because a dental professional is involved, the process is safe, reliable and hassle-free.
You can maximize your results post-whitening by:
- Avoiding highly pigmented foods and beverages
- Switching from coffee to white or green tea
- Quitting tobacco use
- Improving dental hygiene