You only did a "Format Quick" which only re-writes the partition tables.
You didn't really wipe anything, except the partition table.
A regular normal format would have over-writen the entire filesystem.
Even then the wear-leveling mechanism will probably leave about 5 to 10% of the data intact in the "reserved space". (Depending on the size of the reserved area and the exact algorithm used by the drive.)
In theory someone could recover information from that. (Good luck trying. Nobody has yet been able to reliably demonstrate that ability as far as I know.)
A DoD short (3 passes) wipe with a tool like DBAN will exercise every sector of the SSD sufficiently that also the reserved space will be completely overwritten at least once.
For an SSD that means previous content is destroyed beyond recovery.
(It's not like a harddisk where residual magnetic charge can remain on the platter, providing a faint "ghost" of the original value.)
This will not damage the SSD, it's just a bunch of writes, but you should not do it on the same SSD every day for an entire year.
By the way:
The 35 times overwrite "standard" was created in the 70's based on harddrive technology that was current at the time. Even then it was highly dubious if data was recoverable after more than 2 overwrites.
Since that time harddrive technology has come a long way. Density and complexity has gone up several orders of magnitude. And modern drives compress data as well.
To my knowledge nobody as ever been able to prove that any significant amount of data could be recovered after 3 writes. (At least not with public, verifiable, methods.)
IMHO: The NSA or some other spy-agency might have the means, but knowing what I do about harddrive and SSD technology I really don't think they stand a chance after 3 overwrites, regardless whether is a SSD of classic harddrive. On a classic harddrive they may get a few bytes here and there. On a SSD nothing.
Conclusion: A single pass wipe is good enough for 99.999% of all cases.
In your data is really valuable do a 3-pass DoD Short style wipe.
If you are really paranoid: Physically destroy the drive. Wanton destruction can be quite therapeutic :-)