Zoom teeth whitening

Find everything you need to know for brighter teeth with Zoom’s teeth whitening options.

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In this guide you'll get a complete breakdown of the latest Zoom teeth whitening treatment - from how much it costs to the available product options.

What is Zoom teeth whitening?

Zoom teeth whitening is an LED light-accelerated treatment that offers fast stain removal results in your dentist's office or in the comfort of your own home.

Zoom in-office vs at-home teeth whitening kit

The first option is getting the treatment done by a dentist. In-office treatments take around 45 minutes and the results are instant. Outcomes will vary from person to person, but you could see up to eight shades whiter teeth after the appointment.

You also have the option of purchasing the at-home whitening kit which sees results in as little as two weeks. The at-home kits come in two types with the Philips Zoom! DayWhite or the NiteWhite. Both aim to improve your smile by six shades, but the day pack takes 30-90 minutes whereas the night kit takes two to four hours. The Philips Zoom! NiteWhite can be left on overnight

At the dentistAt home
Treatment time45 minutes30-90 minutes
Shades whiterUp to 8 shadesUp to 6 shades
Results?Instant1-2 weeks

How much does Zoom teeth whitening cost?

The at-home kits range between $70 and $90 and offer a cheaper alternative than getting it done at the dentist. In-office treatments can sit around the $250 mark per person. Bear in mind that treatments performed by a dentist will vary between practices.

Zoom teeth whitening offers in your city

Sydney: Zoom teeth whitening with a basic clean and Scale

Sydney: Zoom teeth whitening with a basic clean and Scale from Groupon

Get the whole package with a clean, scale and Zoom LED whitening service in one. The treatment involves the application of a solution to the teeth before an intense light targets the staining on the enamel - bringing them back to a natural colour. Crowns are not affected in this procedure.

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Brisbane: Zoom teeth whitening

Brisbane: Zoom teeth whitening from Groupon

Enjoy a brighter smile with a simple Zoom teeth whitening procedure. This treatment will have your natural teeth lightened with a solution that is applied to the surface of the teeth, followed by a mouthpiece which is then inserted. Any yellow staining is reduced with a light that is directed onto the teeth.

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Melbourne: Zoom teeth whitening with basic clean, scale and polish

Melbourne: Zoom teeth whitening with basic clean, scale and polish from Groupon

Score a complete Zoom teeth whitening treatment, clean, scale and polish with an all-in-one booking. The procedure features a light which is focused on the teeth, removing yellow staining from the surface. Artificial teeth (crowns and veneers) are not impacted by this treatment.

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How long does zoom teeth whitening last?

This will vary depending on how you take care of your teeth post-treatment. By not consuming typically staining ingredients, you could see results last up to two years. Things to avoid include coffee, tea, soft drinks, red wine, fruit juices and smoking.

Are there any side effects with Zoom teeth whitening?

Teeth whitening is a safe practice when performed by a dentist. The main side effects that may occur are teeth sensitivity and a bit of gum irritation. If you're whitening your teeth at home, be sure to follow the instructions carefully to avoid leaving the treatment on too long.

Latest offers for Zoom teeth whitening deals


Sydney: Zoom teeth whitening + basic cleaning from $269

Available on select dates at Tooth Crusader. T&Cs apply.

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