Whitening Maintenance

A convenient and new way to maintain your whitened smile!
To ensure your smile stays bright and white between at home or professional whitening treatments, try the Zoom!® Whitening Pen.  With just two applications per day, this proprietary formula can help you maintain your white smile.

Keep your teeth white without a mess.  Anytime, anywhere!


Zoom! Whitening Pens a Professional whitening maintenance on-the-go for a longer lasting, more beautiful smile.

Untitled-1• To ensure your smile stays bright and white between treatments, try the Zoom! Whitening Pen. With just two applications per day, this proprietary formula can help you maintain your white smile.

• For continued stain removal and your healthiest teeth and gums, look for a power toothbrush like Sonicare DiamondClean or HealthyWhite. They’re proven to whiten teeth and remove plaque better than manual brushes.

• The at-home complement to the professional Zoom! whitening system.

• Professional formulation helps you protect your whitening investment in between treatments to fight daily staining food and drink can cause in between your whitening procedures.

You will want one at home, at the office, and in the car.

The Zoom! Whitening Pen can be used day or night, and requires no waiting after application. Apply to teeth twice daily for best results. Just apply to your teeth and go



It is a type of ‘oral irrigator’ or ‘dental water jet’. Essentially it delivers a steady stream of water through a small tube, designed to help clean the spaces between the teeth and around any dental work such as implants or braces. Let’s look at this technology in more detail.

• Removes plaque build-up from the areas between the teeth

• Reduces bleeding from gums (a major sign of inflammation)



Who can benefit from the waterpik?

• Dexterity issues. An oral irrigator seems easier to get around than a string of floss

• Orthodontic appliances. Braces are notoriously difficult to clean around, but the effects of not plaque build up around brackets and wires can be disastrous. This technology seems ideal for those wearing braces. A water flosser for kids (aged 6-12) is also available.

• A history of gum problems including bleeding or receding gums and periodontal pockets (spaces left where the gum has stripped away from the tooth). Here the spaces and areas between the teeth may be too great for floss to be effective. An alternative to string floss is to use interdental brushes, but again hydro floss seems ideal here.

 Implants, bridges, crowns etc. As these can have spaces underneath that are very awkward to clean. But they need to be cleaned to prevent problems later such as gum disease around implants and decay under bridges.