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    Does Zoom whitening damage your teeth?

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    Lord over All masterchocobo's Avatar
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    Yes, technology has improved a lot in the last few years
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    Absolutely not. This kind of professional whitening could never be accomplished at home without the strong activation light and without proper protection for delicate tissues would have severely burned their soft mouth tissues.

    There are other ways, such as construction of take home personal trays, but they are primitive in comparison and take a week or weeks to accomplish what Zoom does in 1 hour.

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    I have never heard about it. But I know for sure that I know that all dentists trust to that hacking zoom light https://bleach-infiniter.com/. The thing is that original philips zoom light guides that come with Zoom Whitening Kits are limited to 4 sessions 15 minutes each. And WhiteFree Unlimited Light Guide Extender unblocks a Zoom lamp so it will last longer. My friend dentist says that guide is a real money safer.

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    A "friend dentist"
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    Why would you think that it will damage your teeth? Whitening teeth with a store-bought kit is much more likely to do irreversible damage to the teeth than Zoom whitening.

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    For those unfamiliar, Zoom is an in-a professional teeth whitening system. The essence of this procedure is that it acts on the dark pigments of the enamel with active oxygen, which is released from the gel by an LED lamp. This lamp is a catalyst for chemical processes. This system consists of two components: the Active Gel and the LED light. I had this procedure at a clinic that a friend recommended to me. If you are interested, here is their website - "https://perfectasmile.com/dental-implants/." Their dentists are the real professionals, and the best part is the price. Compared to other clinics, it is shallow. Now my teeth are fine, and I am delighted with them.
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    I don't care much for Zoom. Rubbing charcoal is more effective.

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