How Zoom 4 Works
Zoom 4 is the latest generation of Zoom teeth whitening systems. The action of the system is based on the ability of oxygen to affect the pigment spots, removing them.
A gel is applied to the teeth, which contains hydrogen peroxide and calcium phosphate. After the gel is applied, a special lamp is brought to the teeth. The light acts by its radiation on the gel, as a result of which the chemical reaction of the decomposition of the gel into its constituent molecules begins. In this case, oxygen is released from the mixture. Active oxygen has the property of penetrating deep into the tissue layers of a tooth and removing even the strongest pigment spots.
In addition to the released oxygen, calcium phosphate acts on the tooth enamel. Calcium is an indispensable mineral for the body, which is partly composed of all our bone tissue. Calcium is also vital for teeth. As a result of the decomposition of the gel, calcium penetrates into the dental tissue, making them more durable and durable.
The process of teeth whitening system Zoom 4 is quite simple, although it takes an average of 60 minutes. Immediately before the procedure, it is necessary to protect the gums from exposure to gel and light. To do this, use cofferdam - latex tissue, isolating the teeth from the rest of the oral cavity. A protective gel is applied to the open areas of the gums - most often the interdental gingival papillae.
After preparation, go directly to the bleaching. A specially developed gel is applied to the teeth, which includes hydrogen peroxide, which whitens teeth, and potassium phosphate, which additionally strengthens dental tissues.
As soon as the gel is applied to the teeth bring a lamp Zoom. Under the influence of light from the lamp oxygen is released from the gel, which removes the pigment spots.
The whole bleaching procedure takes place in three repetitive stages and takes an average of 60 minutes. After bleaching, the doctor applies a special solution to the teeth, which temporarily reduces the sensitivity of the teeth and strengthens the tooth enamel.
As a result of the procedure, the teeth become whiter by 8-12 shades, and the result lasts an average of 3 years, depending on the care of the teeth by the patient.
The bleaching method used in this system is based on the ability of oxygen molecules to eliminate even the brightest and most persistent pigment spots.
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