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Our gel is 35% carbamide peroxide.
Yes! Carbamide peroxide is one of the two primary active ingredients found in professional-grade whitening systems, the other being hydrogen peroxide. Carbamide peroxide is proven to whiten teeth safely and effectively. It’s rated for professional grade or at home use.
Yes, it has been proven that a blue light used in teeth whitening can significantly lighten the color of teeth compared to the results of peroxide alone.
After whitening: Remove the whitening tray and rinse off your teeth. Brush any remaining gel away. Remember to floss and continue your routine dental cleanings.
Carbamide peroxide is a form of hydrogen peroxide. When CP breaks down into 100% HP, your treatment will be over. It’s fast and effective. With Smile Bright RX you can experience amazing results without the discomfort of tooth sensitivity or gum irritation.
We recommend whitening your teeth for six consecutive days right before bed. Our gel remains active for an additional six hours after your 30 minute treatment.
Teeth are more susceptible to re-stain because the pores in your teeth are slightly more open. Foods and beverages you should avoid:
Coffee Tea, Dark Soda, Red Wine, Ketchup, Mustard, Dark or Red Sauces, Balsamic
Keep in mind, chewing tobacco, smoking, and poor dental hygiene can cause stain and yellowing of the teeth.
Each session is 30 minutes for six consecutive days, you may see results sooner. Most people see a visible difference of two to three shades whiter.
A set of three refills last approximately 8-10 whitening treatments.
The shelf life is 24 months, to preserve the ingredients, place it in the refrigerator when not whitening.
With care, teeth whitening can last six months to three years before it needs to be repeated for the same desired tooth shade. Avoiding habits that affect your tooth color can help to prolong the time in between whitening treatments.
If you have fillings or other materials in your mouth, then special considerations are necessary. Crowns, bridges, and other inorganic restorations are immune to the effects of tooth whitening, so you may need new restorations if you want to whiten dental implants or replacements. People with periodontal disease, and exposed roots are more prone to sensitivity. Also if you are allergic to teeth bleaching whitening agents like peroxide then you should not use this product. If you’re unsure if you’re a candidate to use a teeth whitening kit at home, then ask your dentist and point him to our product.