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4 Reasons to Brighten your Teeth with Zoom Whitening

Facilities like Calabasas Dental Group and California Dental Care offer reasons for West L.A. residents to brighten their smiles with Zoom whitening treatment

LOS ANGELES, Aug. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- When you're seeking out a cosmetic dentist in Malibu and elsewhere in L.A.'s coastal and valley areas it's safe to say you can expect to experience the best possible results. After all, West Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley area are world-famous for providing some of the best aesthetic treatment in the world, so it can be particularly devastating if the results for your smile aren't up to your personal aesthetic standards. That's why it can be exceptionally helpful to undergo treatment from a Calabasas or West Los Angeles cosmetic dentist who specializes in Zoom Whitening – a bleaching process that can achieve dazzling results while reducing discoloration of the teeth.

Dentists like Dr. Farzad Feiz and his associate, Dr. Hoda Kamjoo, at the facilities of Calabasas Dental Group and California Dental Care are renowned for performing Zoom Whitening with exceptional results. Here, they present four great reasons to undergo Zoom Whitening to brighten your smile:

  1. Instant Results – Many people never take the time to undergo a teeth whitening procedure, or never follow through with a full procedure, because they get frustrated after several days without any noticeable difference. However, with Zoom Whitening, the results are instantaneous.
  2. Effective with Other Cosmetic Options – Some people assume they can't use Zoom Whitening because they've already used crowns, veneers or bonding from dentists like Drs. Feiz and Kamjoo to brighten their teeth. However, this is actually not an issue. The porcelain of the crowns and veneers as well as the bonding are unlikely to be unaffected by this whitening method.
  3. Post-Treatment Comfort – While it's true that sensitivity can occur in some patients, it is very rare for significant discomfort to occur. When sensitivity does occur during Zoom treatment, it's normally called a "zing" or "zap" and lasts for only a brief moment. Fortunately, at every point during the procedure and in the days that follow, Drs. Feiz and Kamjoo and their dedicated team at Calabasas Dental Group and California Dental Care will be available to address any patient concerns.
  4. An Age-Defying Smile – While the passage of time is inevitable, many people incorrectly assume that getting older means losing aesthetic beauty. Stained, yellow teeth are one of the clearest hints of advancing age, so by whitening your teeth with Zoom treatment, you can take years off of your appearance.

As fast and effective as Zoom Whitening can be, like any cosmetic dental procedure, it's not necessarily the right option for everyone. Fortunately, at Calabasas Dental Group and California Dental Care, there are many more options to choose from, including tray-based whitening, crowns and Veneers. If you're searching for truly exceptional cosmetic dentistry, or any number of other dental services from Calabasas Dental Group or California Dental Care, visit www.feizdental.com, call 818-871-0680 (Calabasas location) or 310-207-1060 (West Los Angeles location).

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