White Teeth in One Visit! Laser Teeth Bleaching Just $650

How does laser teeth bleaching work?

Laser teeth bleaching is a combo of two different forms of teeth whitening that can get you spectacular results in just one visit, and with virtually no sensitivity at all! Our experts will apply a powerful yet gentle teeth whitening gel and apply a laser light that goes through the gel to give you a super white color. This new combo process whitens your teeth deeper and the results are amazing. We have yet to have a single patient who has had any sensitivity using this breakthrough teeth whitening process.  Book it now!

How does Zoom Teeth Whitening Work?

Zoom whitening uses a patented system of Zoom whitening gel combined with a laser to activate the gel’s whitening properties. The gel uses laser activated peroxide to break carbon bonds that stain your teeth. Broken carbon bonds lose their yellow appearance and allow the true white of your teeth to shine through.

What happens during a treatment?

We’ll start with an examination of your teeth and gums. We’ll talk about whether Zoom whitening is the best option for you. Once you’re ready to begin, your dentist will cover your teeth and gums with a preparation on your exposed teeth. The Zoom whitening gel will be applied to your teeth and the laser light will activate it. Your teeth will be treated by the laser in three sessions of fifteen minutes each. Your time in the chair will be about an hour.

Does teeth whitening hurt?

Most people find zoom whitening painless. Some patients, especially those with sensitive teeth, report a little discomfort during the procedure. A fluoride gel that reduces sensitivity will be applied after the treatment to help with pain. Your dentist can also advise you on the use of over- the-counter painkillers if needed.

What aftercare will I need?

Aftercare for teeth whitening is largely done at home. After the initial whitening, maintenance will be in your hands. You can always come see us at Fountain of Youth Dental if you have concerns.

You’ll be given an aftercare and touch up kit to take home. The kit is easy to use and allows you to maintain your newly whitened teeth without having to schedule an appointment. Your aftercare kit contains custom trays and desensitizing gel that you can wear at home to reduce discomfort. You can also help your teeth rehydrate by drinking room temperature water and gently chewing sugar free gum. You will need to avoid tobacco products and consumables that could stain your teeth for 48 hours after your Zoom whitening. Examples include red or dark sauces, spinach, mustard, berries, cola and tea or coffee. The kit also contains Night White gel, which you apply to your custom trays and wear in the same way you wore your desensitizing gel. Wear your trays with Night White gel 1-2 hours a day for three days in a row. We can advise you how often to do touch-up home treatments.


Frequently Asked Questions


Simply put YES!!

Going to a job interview can be pretty stressful, you’re trying to sell an employer on the fact that you are capable of doing a stellar job and would be a better choice than the other candidates who may have similar experience and qualifications. You have already gotten your foot in the door with that updated CV and great references, but as you probably know there’s more to making that first impression than what’s written on your resume. You’ve likely chosen your interview-day outfit carefully, because you know that looking your best is important, but have you thought about your smile? Closing the interview with a strong handshake, direct eye contact, and a winning smile can be the difference between hearing, “You start on Monday,” and “We decided to go in another direction.”


Think it’s all just in peoples’ imagination? Nope! In fact, the impact is so great that numerous scientific studies have been conducted showing the links between dental hygiene and employment. The British Dental Journal published a summary of a report covering this issue. The evidence from this report is pretty clear – the way your teeth look has an impact on the way people perceive you. More specifically, the summary stated, “The study found that participants gave the faces with discoloured teeth poorer ratings for social competence (how popular, friendly or trustworthy they appeared), intellectual ability, relationship status and psychological adjustment (how introverted, happy or self-confident they appeared). Whiter teeth also received more positive appraisals, suggesting that tooth colour does have an influence on social perceptions.”

Did you catch that? When participants were given pictures of people with discolored teeth they actually rated that person as having lower intellectual ability. If you smile at an employer with discolored teeth, they might subconsciously assume you’re less intelligent than your competition.


NBC News also covered the problems having bad teeth can cause for job seekers, “In America, most people – including employers – make instant judgments based on appearance, including someone’s smile and teeth…Those views can prevent potential employers from recognizing potential assets, said Lindsey Robinson, a dentist and current president of the California Dental Association.” A bad smile can distract employers from seeing your true potential. But why?

Historically, society has a deeply rooted belief that bad teeth can indicate other bad qualities in a person. In a National institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research report they stated, “The link between diseased teeth and weakness, impotence, and even moral turpitude and sin has been analyzed by scholars exploring the vast legacy of dental themes in art and literature.” While physical appearance is a big factor, there is a deeper underlying issue here. Teeth have historically been viewed as an indicator of overall health. There are numerous diseases and illnesses that can present themselves by impacting the teeth and gums. That means that having bad teeth can cause people to think that you are sick in other ways as well.


In yet another study, this one was conducted by Kelton for Invisalign, the researchers came to the same conclusion, “When looking at images, Americans perceive those with straight teeth to be 45% more likely than those with crooked teeth to get a job when competing with someone who has a similar skill set and experience.  They are also seen as 58% more likely to be successful, as well as 58% more likely to be wealthy.” This strong correlation between crooked teeth and lack of success means that when you smile an employer might judge how well you’ll do in the role based on your teeth. They might not be doing this consciously, but these studies make it pretty clear that many people subconsciously link a good set of teeth to successful employees.

Another big issue with having bad teeth is that sometimes people try to hide them. We’ve all met someone who tends not to smile. Sometimes they are just reserved, but in some cases they are simply trying to cover up bad teeth. Employers can misinterpret this behavior and assume they are not friendly or personable. This can be extremely damaging to a person’s employability. It becomes even more problematic if you are looking for a job where you are working directly with the public or interacting with others a great deal. These positions won’t work out if you aren’t comfortable speaking up or smiling because your teeth make you self-conscious.



While you might not be able to straighten your teeth befor your next job interview, but a whiter, brighter smile could go a long way to making a difference to the first impression you make.  Using an at-home teeth whitening kit you can whiten your smile easily but may take 2-3 weeks to work before that big interview. A Quick visit to Dr Cappetta's Fountain of Youth Dental office will have you smiling up to 20 shades lighter in one appointment.

All of these factors combine to mean one thing: your smile says a lot about you whether you like it or not.  Unfortunately, what it says might not reflect your many great attributes or impressive skill set, and having poor dental hygiene will eventually catch up with you when it comes to employment. If you have healthy teeth, it will keep people focused on your qualifications and the work you do, instead of allowing them room to give in to their underlying or subconscious perceptions about what your bad teeth might mean.


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