Dr Mann: Thank you for your reply to my earlier questions. I'm a little concerned about the sensitivity caused by Zoom. What's that like for most of your patients? Also, how long do patients normally see the effects of the whitening treatment last for? Is Zoom considered better than Boost whitening? Thanks again!
Melissa J. asked on Dec 10, 2012
Hey Melissa, Sensitivity is a concern for us as well. Patient's are monitored closely during whitening treatment. We recommend patients let us know if that start getting sensitivity during treatment so we may intervene. Most people have slight sensitivity after the treatment which goes away by the next day. The results can last for a year or longer, it depends mostly on your diet. If you're a coffee or red wine drinker then you'll end up staining your teeth sooner. I'm not familiar with "Boost," but we've been using Zoom exclusivelly in our office for years now. As far as I know Zoom is one of the better brands out there.
Peter M. from Merchant replied on Dec 10, 2012