Zoom! Laser Whitening
Boost your confidence and look younger with teeth whitening. Our in-office system, Zoom! Whitening erases deep-down stains left by tea, coffee, tobacco, and aging. Proven safe and effective, teeth whitening is a cost-effective way to transform your image.
Will teeth whitening work for me?
If your teeth have stains caused by dark beverages, food, tobacco, or age, teeth whitening can lighten these discolorations and enhance your appearance. Generally speaking, yellow and brown stains will brighten with teeth whitening. The gray pigments caused by certain medications, genetics, or fluoride ingestion don’t respond well to teeth whitening, so Dr. Kakkar may suggest another options such as porcelain veneers.
How does Zoom! Whitening work?
The revolutionary Zoom! Whitening system combines a 25 percent hydrogen peroxide gel with an ultraviolet lamp that provides power assistance. As the hydrogen peroxide gel breaks down, oxygen bleaches the colored substances on the dentin and enamel, but leaves the structure of the teeth unchanged. Our busy patients love that they can lighten their teeth up to eight shades in about an hour with Zoom! Whitening.
What is Whitening for Life?
We want you to enjoy your stunning smile, so we have developed a Whitening for Life program. As long as you schedule regular checkups and keep up with at-home maintenance, we will provide take-home kits at no cost so that you can continue to dazzle friends and family with your brilliant appearance. Call our office for more details.
Experience dentistry at its finest. Dr. Kakkar and our team deliver the contemporary solutions and superior care our patients deserve. Call our Hackettstown, NJ dental office today to make an appointment. We serve Hackettstown, Long Valley, Flanders, Blairstown, Budd Lake, Chester, Belvidere, Washington township, Washington, Randolph, Newton, Succasuna-Kenvil, Mansfield township, Sparta, Clinton Township, Phillipsburg, Easton, Stroudsburg and the surrounding communities. Our office is conveniently located where Warren, Morris and Sussex Counties meet.