Does Philips whitening pen work?

Does Philips whitening pen work?

A. No. The pen is a good addition to the oral care regime of a patient that has whitened their teeth, but it is not a replacement for a full take-home, or chairside whitening procedure. Professional whitening treatments are more effective than whitening pens.

How long will the results from Philips whitening last?

While the strength of the Philips Zoom system may enable you to have teeth up to 8 shades whiter for as long as 12-24 months, there are several factors that may lead you to need maintenance treatments sooner rather than later.

How long can I use Philips Zoom?

Option 1: Philips Zoom! DayWhite is perfect if you want to wear trays for as short a time as possible during the day. You wear trays for 30 to 90 minutes, for results in as little as 2 weeks.

Is Philips Zoom good?

5.0 out of 5 stars It works great and my favorite part is that it doesn’t taste Use this with a retainer I got from my dentist. It works great and my favorite part is that it doesn’t taste so bad like the whitening gel I get from the dentist. This has a sweet taste that is totally bearable.

Is Philips Zoom the best teeth whitening?

Dentists familiar with cosmetic dentistry procedures will agree that Philips Zoom WhiteSpeed is the best teeth whitening method for the quickest results. That’s because it is based on advanced technology which delivers excellent results in just one 60 minute procedure. You get a much brighter smile almost instantly.

Should I get Zoom whitening?

No. Zoom treatment cannot whiten any foreign material. It is designed to whiten only tooth enamel. It is better to whiten your teeth before having a cavity filled so you can match that dental work to the new shade of your teeth….EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES.

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How often use teeth whitening pen?

HOW OFTEN SHOULD I USE A TEETH WHITENING PEN? You may use the teeth whitening pen up to twice a day. We recommend using for periods longer than 14 days only under the supervision of a dentist.