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Expertwhite | Made in USA | Since 2000

Cruelty-Free 

Our products are not tested on animals. We do not use animal products in our teeth bleaching gels, nor do we support animal testing.

Shelf Life 

Store at room temperature. 12-month shelf life. Store gel in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. Maybe refrigerated. No freezer

Expertwhite Teeth Whitening Gel Ingredients 

Glycerin, Carbomer, Carbamide Peroxide, Trietyleamine (TEA) Flavor. Individual syringe weight varies in size. Kosher.

What is the Active Ingredient in expertwhite gel? 

The ingredient used to whiten teeth is Carbamide Peroxide, a stabilized form of Hydrogen Peroxide, a natural compound found in nature. Also called urea peroxide, urea hydrogen peroxide, and percarbamide, is an oxidizing agent, an adduct of hydrogen peroxide and urea. The molecular formula is CH6N2O3 or CH4N2O.H2O2. It is a white crystalline solid that releases oxygen in contact with water. 

Carbamide peroxide is used in cosmetic dentistry to "bleach" teeth. The active ingredient is hydrogen peroxide, which acts to oxidize interprismatic extrinsic staining within tooth enamel. There are several methods of applying the peroxide gel to the tooth, ranging from the night-guard application at home, in a salon, or at a dentist. The bleaching obtained is proportional to the time the peroxide is applied to the tooth and the concentration used. 

What are the Whitening Gel Strengths?

Carbamide Peroxide is available in 4 different strengths. 16%, 22%, 35%, 44%. The higher the percentage, the more carbamide peroxide in the syringe. The higher the strength, the more powerful the gel and the quick results. People with tooth sensitivity generally use 16%. Our most popular strengths are 22% and 35%.People needing rapid results and want to wear their trays for a short time use higher strength (35% or 44%). Learn More

Difference between Carbamide Peroxide (CP) & Hydrogen Peroxide (HP)

Hydrogen peroxide is used by dentists in their offices and should be used under the supervised provision. More and more dentists are switching to Carbamide Peroxide due to the comfort and safety of their patients' gums. HP is mighty and, if misused, can aggravate gums. (temporary)

Expertwhite Carbamide Peroxide Gel is a stabilized formula of hydrogen peroxide. Carbamide Peroxide is designed to release over a slower period while worn in the teeth whitening trays, eliminating any risk of gum tissue aggravation and provides optimum whitening results. 

Once Carbamide is applied to the trays, the gel breaks down slowly, effectively whitening your teeth. Carbamide, once activated, breaks down over two hours. After 2 hours, it has broken down and is not actively whitening any longer. 

Near-neutral PH 

Expertwhitegels are near-neutral PH, providing the most comfortable and effective whitening experience with no sensitivity. 

Hydrogen peroxide to carbamide peroxide

 6% Hydrogen Peroxide = 22% Carbamide Peroxide
10% Hydrogen Peroxide = 35% Carbamide Peroxide
15% Hydrogen Peroxide = 44% Carbamide Peroxide

 

Safety

This Whitening Gel / Tooth Bleach is non-toxic. It is the safest cosmetic procedure available on the market today. It is, however, recommended that pregnant or lactating women refrain from use. If the gel comes into contact with eyes or skin, flush immediately with warm water. Suppose ingested in large quantities, contact physician. Continue routine dental visits. If you swallow the gel during your routine whitening, this is harmless in these quantities.

What If I Experience Tooth Sensitivity From Tooth Bleaching?

Some people experience sensitivity from whitening. As the Carbamide Peroxide penetrates the enamel to remove stains, it also eliminates the water in the tooth enamel. As a result, it is causing temporary tooth sensitivity. Instead, use After-Whitening Desensitizing gel which Re-hydrates teeth and replaces minerals and phosphates in teeth. Great, even if you are not whitening your teeth.

Why Are My Gums Sensitive After Teeth Whitening?

You are applying too much gel to the trays. If gel settles on the gums during the whitening period, it can cause sensitivity. If gel spills out of trays onto gums, wipe excess gel off gums with tissue.

Tray vs. Laser Whitening 

Laser whitening is highly effective and will provide the same results as achieved when whitening with trays. However, after a laser whitening session in the Dentist's chair, it is usually recommended that you purchase custom trays to touch up and maintain the white teeth that you achieved through the laser whitening session. Depending on your lifestyle and what you place in your mouth (soda, pasta, smoke, wine, ketchup), your teeth gradually start to discolor again. You will need to use trays and gel to touch up - or revisit your Dentist for laser again.

Teeth Whitening Directions For Use

Before bleaching, rinse your mouth, do not use mouthwash—Pat teeth lightly with a tissue. Place a small amount of gel into each tooth impression of custom (or instant) trays. The gel should not squeeze out of trays when placed over teeth. If it does, you are applying too much gel. Whitening sessions vary from 20minutes - 2 hours, depending on the strength gel. Whiten as per gel strength once per day. After treatment, brush, and floss.

Uses per Syringe

If used correctly, each syringe should provide 3-5 whitening treatments.

I'm Whitening My Teeth For The First Time

To obtain maximum whitening results that will make you smile, wear trays as per instructions. Remember, for exceptional results, consistency is critical.

Is Tooth Whitening Permanent?

Yes! Whitening / Bleaching your teeth is the best way to whiten your teeth. However, Teeth will naturally stain or discolor over time. Sodas, coffee, wine, cigarettes, and food colorings in most foods these days cause this discoloration to happen.

When do I Touch Up or Whiten My Teeth Again?

The individual determines how frequently you need to touch up and how quickly your teeth respond to the coloring in the products you eat. (Weekly, monthly, or bi-annually).

Teeth Whitening Tips

Pat the teeth dry with a tissue before bleaching. Consistent whitening for consecutive days ensures excellent results. 

How Does Fluoride Affect Whitening

Fluoride affects the whitening process by inhibiting the release of carbamide peroxide and increases whitening time. That is why we recommend brushing after your whitening session, not before. In addition, if using fluoride toothpaste, the mouth should be rinsed well with water to remove as much fluoride as possible.

What is Full Cure Teeth Bleaching?

A complete full cure-whitening is when teeth whiten beyond the tooth's surface, providing permanent and excellent whitening results. By completely curing the tooth, we whiten into the pulp of the tooth, which usually makes the whitening brighter and tends to last much longer than just surfacing whitening that generally lasts only a few months. The key to full cure bleaching is consistency, especially if whitening for the first time. We recommend wearing your trays once per day for 7-10 days in succession (the time per session determined by gel strength chosen) - this is the key to a full cure whitening.

What is Tooth Sensitivity?

Although not common, some individuals may experience sensitivity which is temporary and subsides after treatment is interrupted. Tooth sensitivity occurs through the gel making the tooth structure slightly dehydrated as it penetrates and cleans the tooth. In addition, whiteners are glycerin-based which absorbs water from the teeth, thus disrupting the isotonic condition of the tooth, causing sensitivity.

In other words, the teeth get dehydrated during the whitening process, which causes sensitivity. Normal saliva normally hydrates the tooth once the trays are removed, and no sensitivity is experience. If you do experience sensitivity, we recommend using Sensodyne Toothpaste (an over-the-counter toothpaste available at most drug stores). We also offer "Desensitizing and Remineralization gel. This gel remineralizes the tooth enamel by replenishing phosphates and other natural minerals in your tooth enamel, eliminating sensitivity and strengthening your tooth.

I already have trays. Can I purchase just the gels?

Yes, this is the same whitening gel sold in our complete systems and professional dental offices.

 Teeth Whitening Procedure

Brush and floss teeth. Place a small drop of gel per tooth in the frontal portion of the tray for the front 6-8 teeth (approximately 1/4cc). Be careful not to overload the tray. Less is best. Place tray on your mouth for about 15-30 minutes, depending on the result you desire. Make sure you wipe away the excess gel that may be exposed to the gums outside the tray. Repeat the process daily until desired results are accomplished. If sensitivity occurs, discontinue use for 2-4 days. Remove the tray and rinse with water. Brush teeth. 

Contraindications: Pregnant/nursing poor dental hygiene (decayed teeth, exposed roots, gum disease, wear braces, recent oral surgery, jaw problems) At-home treatments have risks involved, and you should consult your Dentist. In addition, some people may experience temporary tooth sensitivity and gum irritation. This will disappear a) within a few days after discontinuing use, b) decreasing the time you bleach your teeth c) Increasing time between bleaching sessions.

The manufacturer and seller will accept no responsibility for any usage of this product.

Brush teeth with baking soda or Sensodyne toothpaste and a moist toothbrush for 30-60 seconds to decrease sensitivity (or use the remineralization gel).

This product will only whiten natural teeth. It will not whiten crowns or colored tooth restorations.

What gel strength is right for me?

4 Gel Strengths: 16CP, 22CP, 35CP, 44CP 

Expertwhite 16CP and 22CP are lower concentration gels that are best for sensitive teeth. They require a longer wear time in trays and can be worn overnight, yet still miraculously whiten your teeth and make you look amazing.

Expertwhite 35CP and 44CP are higher strength gels that require shorter wear time. These are the most robust teeth whitening gels for people who do not have sensitive teeth or gums. (work well with LED and UV light, but not required)

 Expertwhite 16CP Gel (Formulated for Sensitive Teeth)

  • Formulated to whiten even the most sensitive teeth.
  • 16% Carbamide peroxide in pH balanced glycerin gel.
  • Zero sensitivity can be worn for one hour during the day for whitening overnight.
  • 60-minutes / overnight. 
  • Made in the USA.

Expertwhite 22CP Gel (Overnight)

  • The original Dentist approved and dispensed strength gel.
  • 22% Carbamide Peroxide in a thick viscous pH balanced glycerin gel.  
  • Zero sensitivity can be worn for one hour during the day for whitening overnight.
  • 45-minutes / overnight.
Expertwhite 35CP Gel (Rapid Results)
  • More potent, quicker, faster.
  • 35% Carbamide Peroxide in a thick viscous pH balanced glycerin gel.
  • This higher concentration works fast to transform your teeth into a brilliant white.  
  • 30-minutes.

Expertwhite 44CP Gel (Extreme)

  • The Strongest Teeth Whitening Gel. 
  • 44% Carbamide Peroxide in a thick viscous PH balanced glycerin gel.
  • Our most concentrated formula for extreme whitening in record time. 
  • Compatible with UV/ LED light or dentist/salon lamp whitening.
  • 15-minutes.  

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