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    [quote=cmmdee;1708357]How did you like the Zoom?

    The Zoom was excellent, money well spent. I'd recommend it to anyone.

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    Ooh, good to hear, I've been wondering and considering Zoom treatments. How much did yours run, if you don't mind answering?

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    I find most whitened teeth kind of obvious and unnatural looking. Unless you have a huge problem go natural...or maybe you're going on RTV?
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    Quote Originally Posted by buttmunch View Post
    I find most whitened teeth kind of obvious and unnatural looking. Unless you have a huge problem go natural...or maybe you're going on RTV?
    Well,sure-if you go for the Chiclet route! Most people just go a few shades lighter and it does-um-lift off some years. Some of us are coffee drinkers. Red wine might be worse. Anyhow-it sort of perks up your face. Waste of money in your 20's,but for-um-mature person it does make a difference. Now,those people who get addicted to it & go hog dip,I totally agree. I think I told you all-my friend who had chemo & had to use Toms of Maine got beautiful white teeth! Course,that was after a year of use. She just decided if it was safer she would stick with it.
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    ^^ yes, like anything cosmetic it's all about doing it subtly. when I see it overdone, it looks weird but otherwise it looks good. and yes, it takes off a few years.

    I had mine bleached with custom trays from my dentist and Nite White. I do a yearly touch up. My dentist does the in office whitening, but he said many people experience sensitivity, so I went with the trays.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beeyotch View Post
    Ooh, good to hear, I've been wondering and considering Zoom treatments. How much did yours run, if you don't mind answering?
    It was $750, which included the trays and two tubes of Nite White, and that was three years ago, in Canada. I think my dentist now charges $500, and I have heard of reputable dentist's in the US charging as little as $250.00. My teeth were a little sensitive before, and I haven't experienced any changes. They are a nice natural white, not a glowing blue white ala Chestica Simpleton.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flak View Post
    My daughter got her molars sealed last week, and it made me wonder why they don't seal the other teeth? Why not whiten them and seal them up, and renew the sealant when it wears off? Anyone know?
    I had my molars sealed years ago, I don't think it has anything to do with whitening, it's just all about preventing cavities if you have deep grooves in your teeth

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    [quote=Lucretia;1741315]
    Quote Originally Posted by cmmdee View Post
    How did you like the Zoom?

    The Zoom was excellent, money well spent. I'd recommend it to anyone.
    Awesome. I will have to look into this.

    Quote Originally Posted by buttmunch View Post
    I find most whitened teeth kind of obvious and unnatural looking. Unless you have a huge problem go natural...or maybe you're going on RTV?
    Not all whitened teeth do.
    But some people take it to an extreme.
    I have a friend with chiclet teeth. It's very distracting.

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