- Perio Toothbrush
- Kids Perio Toothbrush
- Smiley Star Toothbrush
- Prepasted Smiley Star Toothbrush
- Disposable Toothbrushes
- Pre-Pasted Disposable Toothbrushes
Large 5 ml syringes (most other brands range from 1-3 ml per syringe)
- Comes in the following:
- 10% Carbamide Peroxide
- 16% Carbamide Peroxide
- 22% Carbamide Peroxide
- 30% Carbamide Peroxide
- 9% Hydrogen Peroxide
Available in Single Syringe or 3-syringe packs.
This All White Bleaching Gel is an eminent formula to the Bleaching System. The mild mint flavored Bleaching Gel is available in 10%, 16%, 22%, and 30% Carbamide Peroxide. A 9% Hydrogen Peroxide formula is also available as an alternative for those who experience little to no tooth sensitivity and are looking for a shorter wear-time. The All White Bleaching Gel features a water based formula with a neutral ph resulting in less tooth sensitivity. The large 5ml syringes provide approximately 10 applications! With many bleaching strengths to choose from, the All White Bleaching Gel is great for any lifestyle.
VERY IMPORTANT: It's not the number of syringes you buy, but how much bleach is in each syringe. Syringes are calibrated in either milliliters (ml) or cubic centimeters (cc). Both are measurements of volume. As far as the measurements go, 1cc (cubic centimeter) is exactly equal to 1ml (milliliter). As a general rule, one whitening application uses approximately 0.5 ml or 0.5 cc. However, the manufacturers of these syringes state that a 1ml (or cc) syringe will provide up to 5 applications each, when in fact it is really 2 applications.
We want to offer you TRUE VALUE. A single 5ml (cc) syringe of gel is exactly equal to five 1ml (cc) syringes of gel, that is 5 times as many applications per syringe. That means that a 5ml (or cc) syringe will provide 10 applications while a 1ml (or cc) syringe will provide 2 applications.
NOTE - Teeth whitening gel refills are ONLY used with Whitening Trays. By buying these whitening gel refills, you acknowledge that you have had professional instruction regarding the storage, dispensing and application of bleaching gel. Do NOT smoke, drink or eat while bleaching your teeth. It is NOT recommended to bleach your teeth if you're pregnant or nursing.
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Teeth Whitening Instructions
Important: Please read before using this Teeth Bleaching System
- Dental Work
- Prior to Treatment
- Applying the Bleaching Gel
- Inserting the Bleaching Trays
- Wearing Time
- Caring For Your Gel
- Keep Your Teeth White
- Bleaching Gel Ingredients
- Whitening Disclaimer
- Where To Buy
Tooth Whitening (bleaching) gel will only whiten natural teeth. It will NOT bleach (whiten), nor harm bonding, caps, crowns, bridges, fillings or any other artificial dental work. You may have to have the dentistry redone in order to match your new white teeth. Tetracycline (an antibiotic) stained teeth or grayish teeth are more difficult to bleach and have varied prognosis. Exposed root portion of teeth which occurs with gum recession will also not bleach. If you have amalgam (silver) fillings in, near or behind the front teeth, long term bleaching can cause the surrounding tooth to have a greenish tinge. Bleaching teeth which have a lot of translucency (see thru) can cause the teeth to become even more translucent and may give the tooth a darker appearance. It is important to consult a dentist if you have any of the above concerns.
Your teeth or gums may become sensitive. This is common while using any products containing peroxide based gels and it is reversible. In case of increased sensitivity reduce wear time and/or frequency (skip a day or two)until the sensitivity subsides. We also recommend the use of Dr. Collins RESTORE toothpaste before and after bleaching to reduce any sensitivity that may occur.
Keep bleaching gel out of reach of children. Do NOT use if pregnant or during nursing. Do NOT smoke, drink or eat while bleaching your teeth. It is important to apply the teeth whitening gel properly to prevent waste and to minimize sensitivity that may be experienced during use.
Brush and floss just prior to bleaching your teeth. The whitening gel is the most effective with clean teeth. It is recommended to have a professional cleaning of your teeth to insure the removal of calculus (tartar) and external stains.
When applying the gel make sure NOT to fill the trays. Place a SMALL teardrop of tooth whitening gel half way up on the inner front surface of tray (in the front of each tooth in the tray). Do not spread the bleach. Recap the syringe for next treatment until empty. The average treatment per arch requires approximately 0.5ml of whitening gel. We recommend that you only bleach one side at a time and only the front 6-8 teeth as no one sees the back teeth.
Insert whitening tray in the mouth over the teeth. Seat the tray firmly against the teeth by pressing gently. Remove excess gel, which may seep over the brim of the tray onto your gums. Hold the tray up with one hand and wipe the excess gel off of the gums with your finger or tissue. To reduce gum irritation, limit peroxide contact to the tooth surfaces. Wear trays with bleaching gel as directed in section 5.
We recommend a wear time of 15 to 30 minutes for the first session. Increase wear-time if little or no sensitivity is experienced. Recommended wearing time for Carbamide Peroxide(CP) Bleaching Gel. 10% or 16%: use for 1 to 4 hours once or twice per day or overnight. 22%: use for 30 minutes to 1 hour once or twice per day. Do NOT exceed 1 hour application.
Store gel in cool dry place away from heat and direct sunlight. The gel may be refrigerated to prolong the shelf life, but DO NOT FREEZE. Shelf life is 1 year unrefrigerated and 2 years refrigerated.
Use Dr. Collins ALL White Toothpaste daily to keep your teeth at their whitest. Touch-up whitening can also be done with 1-2 applications every 4-6 months or as needed.
On average, noticeable results are achieved after 7-14 cumulative sessions of wear-time. Conduct your whitening session once per day until desired shade of white is attained.
10% and 30%: Carbamide Peroxide (CP), Water, Carbomer,
Sodium Hydroxide, Glycerin, Peppermint Oil, EDTA
16% and 22%: Carbamide Peroxide (CP), Water, Carbomer, Sodium Saccharin, Sodium Hydroxide, Glycerin, Peppermint Oil, EDTA
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Individual bleaching results vary and particular results cannot be guaranteed. It is essential to follow the enclosed directions consistently. Not following the instructions can damage teeth and gums. In some instances, bleaching may result in blotchiness and/or a non-uniform tooth surface. Other unexpected results can also occur and maybe permanent. When purchasing any bleaching agent, buyers are accepting all risks associated with tooth bleaching and release and hold harmless the manufacturers and distributors, and their agents, employees and principals for any issues, injury, harm, or complications that may arise from or are associated with bleaching. Nearly all tooth bleaching studies have been conducted with 10% carbamide peroxide (CP). Use of higher strength gels should only be used at one's own risk. We are not liable or responsible for adverse effects that higher strength gels may cause.