Make Your Smile Shine with
Zoom Whitening

Unlike many other systems, Philips Zoom White Speed uses a proprietary LED light to accelerate whitening for maximum results in minimal time.

When you choose in-office tooth whitening, stronger whitening ingredients are used to safely complete your treatment. The result? Instantly brighter teeth, with little to no sensitivity.

Studies show that people with big, open smiles are more likely to be thought of as younger. This is a great thing for people who want a younger-looking face and don’t like the thought of having injections to achieve it. Besides, even if you have wrinkles, everyone will be too busy noticing your beaming smile to see them.

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A smile is also a way to project confidence and competence. If your smile is reserved, much like with handshakes, you will give off a less than confident vibe. When your teeth are white, you don’t have to be embarrassed about your smile, and you will feel and act more attractive.

The best thing about Zoom Whitening is that it is all done quickly with a specialist, so you can be sure that it is done properly. You don’t have to worry about making any mistakes yourself, or missing a treatment. The first thing that will happen when you go for your treatment is that your lips and gums will be protected by a shield to avoid them getting bleached in the process. Then, a whitening gel will be applied to your teeth. The technician will apply the gel three to four times for a stretch of 15 minutes each.

Once your dental professional has checked the current shade of your teeth, they’ll take you through these simple steps:

  • Your dentist takes care to prep your mouth and gums.
  • A thin layer of whitening varnish is applied to each tooth, drying almost instantly.
  • This is followed by a layer of protective sealant that keeps your mouth safe from sensitivity.

The results from Zoom whitening can last between one to four years. However, how long and vibrant the results last after treatment ultimately depend on you. If your daily habits are staining your teeth, such as eating certain foods or smoking, then it can also ruin your teeth whitening as well. You need to make sure that you keep up with good brushing and flossing habits, and visit your dentist twice a year.

Our Convenient Office Locations


2725 Center Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15205
Phone: 412-924-SHDA (7432)


70 Fort Couch Rd.
Upper Saint Clair, PA 15241
Phone: 412-924-SHDA (7432)


201 Ohio River Blvd
Sewickley, PA 15143
Phone: 412-924-SHDA (7432)


807 E McMurray Rd
Venetia, PA 15367
Phone: 412-924-SHDA (7432)