Zoom Teeth Whitening
You will love our all New Zoom 2 Chairside Whitening
Great results in as little as 45 minutes!
A combination of new cutting edge technology, 15,000 Zoom! Lamps in the field plus over a decade of unparalleled whitening experience went into the new & completely redesigned Zoom 2.
It's the fastest, most effective and most comfortable Zoom! whitening system ever.
At Carolina Family Dental, we have been using the original Zoom! whitening system for years with outstanding results. Now, with the arrival of Zoom 2, we are more excited than ever about getting patients teeth white. Zoom 2 is the best whitening system in the dentistry today and it only takes 45 minutes! Wow! Come in today for a consultation to see if Zoom 2 is right for you.
33% Faster - Results in only 45 minutes (an average of 8 shades in 45 minutes).
Easier - The new zoom2 advanced optical guidance system ensures quick, precise patient set-up for optimal results.
How does Zoom 2 work?
The "photo-fenton" reaction of peroxide and iron produces hydroxyl radicals, a.k.a. "tain terminators." This light reaction cyclically renews the iron, so it continues to produce hydroxyl radicals, significantly enhancing whitening results.
Laser Periodontal Therapy™ is a laser based technique for the treatment of periodontal disease using the Millennium Dental Technologies, Inc., PerioLase Laser. Fear of periodontal treatment vanishes when patients find out no scalpel or sutures will be used. Patient friendly laser treatment gets patients to agree to the treatment they need and continue with the follow-up care that is prescribed.
Our office is one of the first in the area to offer Laser Periodontal Therapy™ for the treatment of gingivitis and/or periodontitis. Following are commonly asked questions about this technology. Click here to learn more about Laser Dentistry.
Dr. Tripp Davis knows that a picture is worth a thousand words especially in dentistry! Dr. Tripp Davis uses small cameras right inside your mouth to take highly magnified digital photos of your teeth. These photos can be displayed on a computer screen for both patient and doctor, and are invaluable in diagnosing and recording dental problems. Intra-oral photos also enables patients to view what the dentist sees when their teeth are being evaluated by the dentist.
Digital radiography is the latest way to take and evaluate x-rays. With digital x-rays, less radiation is needed to produce high-quality images. These images can then be evaluated by Dr. Tripp Davis on a large flat-screen monitor. This allows for easier detection of any problems. With such a large image, it is also easier for patients to see and understand what is happening with their teeth.