A bright, white smile can take years off your face and make you feel great about yourself. Unfortunately, with years of living and indulging in stain-causing substances, such as coffee and soda, your teeth may lose the sparkle they once used to have. Luckily, rejuvenating your smile and achieving bright, healthy-looking teeth is possible with quick, effective, and safe teeth whitening treatments in American Fork, Utah. At Greg G. Pitts DDS, we offer Zoom! teeth whitening to erase teeth stains and restore the sparkle to your smile.
Good things come to those who wait, but thanks to Zoom!, your wait will be short-lived. As its name suggests, Zoom! is an in-office teeth whitening treatment that delivers fast and effective results in less than one hour! And the best part? While this treatment generates instant results, it does so without compromising your safety and comfort. Our specially trained dental team carries out the whitening procedure in a controlled environment to ensure minimal teeth sensitivity.
Dr. Greg Pitts follows the below meticulous process to ensure Zoom! delivers a stunning smile.
Once all the above steps are completed, we clean your teeth once more to remove traces of the gel on your teeth. While Zoom! is gaining popularity in dentistry, it is important to note that it isn’t ideal for everyone. Because of the strong bleaching agent, Zoom! isn’t recommended for pregnant women or patients with cavities and tooth decay.
Ready to step up your smile game? Please dial (801) 758-0019 to book an appointment with Greg G. Pitts DDS for professional teeth whitening.
For Dr. Greg Pitts, dentistry is not just a profession; he is passionate about providing the best possible care for patients. He earned his BS from Brigham Young University (BYU), Utah and his DDS from Creighton Dental School, Nebraska. He has been practicing dentistry in American Fork since 1999.
A member of the ADA, AGD, UDA, and American Academy of Sports Dentistry, Dr. Pitts is actively involved with Utah Valley athletics and works to raise awareness of the need for tooth protection in organized sports and recreational activities. He is the official dentist for the BYU and UVU athletic departments.