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Wayne, NJ Teeth Whitening is Performed Using the Zoom Professional Whitening System with Dr. Laurence C. Breiterman of Advanced Dental Technique
Date:8/22/2013

Wayne, NJ (PRWEB) August 22, 2013

With the Zoom Professional Whitening System, Wayne, NJ dentist Dr. Laurence Breiterman can now help his patients achieve brighter smiles faster than ever before. Teeth whitening treatments can remove stains caused by aging, smoking tobacco, or drinking coffee, tea, soda, and red wine. For patients seeking a simple yet effective way to boost their smile’s brightness, Dr. Breiterman offers a top-of-the-line system known as Zoom Whitening. Under a dentist’s supervision, this procedure is incredibly safe as well as effective.

While there are numerous teeth whitening systems on the market, Zoom’s popularity has soared due to the level of whitening it achieves in such a short time. In 2004, the system received several awards, such as the Dental Town’s Townie Award for best in-office system and best whitening lamp. In addition, Reality, a product testing and informational resource organization that rates and publicizes cosmetic dental products, rated Zoom the number one in-office whitening system. In recent years, Zoom made its Hollywood debut, appearing on television shows such as ABC’s Extreme Makeover.

In less than an hour, patients undergoing the Zoom teeth whitening process can attain a smile up to eight shades whiter. Dentists like Dr. Breiterman can achieve these remarkable results due to Zoom’s lamp, which has been proven to increase gel’s efficacy by 26 percent. The majority of patients report little to no discomfort. However, people with a tendency to gag may have some difficulty enduring the entire length of the procedure. Additionally, some patients may experience some mild discomfort due to s
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