People say that a picture is worth a thousand words. What do pictures say about your smile? Do you have a confident smile, flashing those pearly whites to the camera? If you answered no or feel that your smile could do with being brighter, then you’re not alone.
Many people worry about their smiles, with good reason. Our smiles are often the first thing people notice; they are also all too easy to stain. Luckily, there is a convenient solution to bring back the dazzle to your smile right here in Innaloo! It’s all done in one single visit to get that instant white smile.
Our ZOOM teeth whitening procedure in Innaloo helps you to regain a bright, natural smile that is up to 6 shades whiter in about an hour. No matter how your teeth came to be discolored, our caring and knowledgeable staff can help erase the discoloration and restore your natural, beautiful smile you can show off with pride in your next selfie or family album picture
Many of our patients elect to have a teeth whitening treatment as part of their smile makeover plan. The shade of your teeth can be lightened to make it close to any porcelain crowns or veneers. If you choose one of our smile makeover plans, ask our friendly dentists what to expect for your final outcome. With years of experience, we’re quickly able to help determine your ideal solution.
*It should be noted that some discolouration can hint towards developing dental issues, which is why we encourage a through oral exam prior to starting the bleaching process.
Treatment begins with a through oral exam and cleaning prior to starting the bleaching process. When you have your treatment, we’ll cover your lips and gums while leaving the teeth exposed. We will then apply the Zoom hydrogen peroxide gel which will work with the Zoom light to break down stains and discolouration. The gel is applied three times during your appointment. We recommend you bring some music to listen to!
Note: You may feel sensitivity during and after the treatment but this is usually minor and only lasts a few hours
After your whitening treatment, you can take steps to help maintain your new brilliance.
• The first and most obvious is to ensure you are practising proper oral hygiene. Brushing twice daily, flossing, and rinsing with mouthwash are essential in protecting your teeth from stains. Regular oral exams and routine cleanings also help.
• Avoiding stain offenders like coffee, tea, red wine, soft drinks, curry-based foods and tobacco as they can also contribute to staining.
• Certain oral hygiene products are better than others for cleaning and protecting your mouth. Ask our dentists for recommendations based on your current oral health and lifestyle habits that may affect your teeth.
Your teeth are exposed every day to the risk of being stained. While you can control some of the causes to reduce the damage, others are unavoidable. The biggest offenders for teeth discolouration include foods and drinks,disease, genetics, medication, poor dental hygiene, tobacco use, trauma and age.
While some forms of staining can be avoided through lifestyle changes (avoiding soft drinks, tea and coffee, avoiding curries, quitting smoking etc), other agents of discolouration are outside of our control.
Routine dental exams and cleaning can help keep teeth clean and healthy, but sometimes you need a little more. That’s why we offer the proven Zoom! teeth whitening service at our Perth dental practice.
Our Zoom Whitening treatment does not damage or weaken the enamel of your teeth and is a proven, safe and effective treatment.
Most patients only need a single visit to get the desired result. A single treatment can improve the colour by up to 6 shades of white. Store-bought treatments, if they are effective, can take one or two weeks of use before you will see results.
The actual procedure does not hurt, but you may experience an increased sensitivity during and immediately after the procedure. This is perfectly normal and typically goes away quite soon afterwards. Your teeth may also be a little sensitive to hot and cold liquids for a few days.
The bleaching is not permanent, but with good oral hygiene and staying away from food and drink that can stain, results can last for over a year. A major causes of teeth losing their whiteness is foods like curries, tea, coffee or fizzy soft drinks that can stain your teeth.
Professional teeth whitening done in a dentist’s practice does not cause permanent damage to the enamel on your teeth, and is considered harmless by most dental health professionals. Brushing your teeth incorrectly may be more harmful to your enamel than a professional whitening session.
Teeth whitening generally works best on surface level yellowish-brown stains compared to grey stains which may have come from age, decay or antibiotic treatments such as Tetracycline. For the deeper intrinsic stains, multiple treatments may be required.
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Scarborough is a coastal suburb of Perth, Western Australia, located approximately 14 km northwest of the city centre in the City of Stirling local government area. It was named after the English beach resort Scarborough, North Yorkshire. It has a population of about 14,300 people (2011 census), of whom about 25% were born overseas, mostly in the United Kingdom. It has a landmark high-rise hotel, the Rendezvous Hotel Perth Scarborough, originally built as Observation City in 1986 for Alan Bond, in anticipation of a demand for accommodation when the 1987 America’s Cup challenge was held at nearby Fremantle. Scarborough Beach was the venue for the Australian Surf Life Saving Championships for the years 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2014.
Population (approx.): 15,000
Geo coordinates: 31.8944°S, 115.7577°E
Postcodes: 6922, 6019
Western Australia 6019, Australia
Head south on W Coast Hwy/State Route 71 toward Scarborough Beach Rd/State Route 75
Turn left onto Brighton Rd
Go through 1 roundabout
At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Weaponess Rd
Turn left onto Brighton Rd
At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto St Brigids Terrace
Go through 1 roundabout
Turn right onto Scarborough Beach Rd/State Route 75
Turn left onto Odin Rd/State Route 64
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Odin House Dental Surgery
3/8 Odin Rd, Innaloo WA 6018, Australia
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Our clinic is proud to serve the Innaloo, Perth community for over 28 years. In addition to ZOOM Teeth Whitening, we also offer a myriad of dental services, from general to cosmetic, orthodontic to periodontal. If you want to start the path towards a brighter whiter smile, contact us today for a consultation!
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