Teeth Whitening

Teeth Whitening

Opalescence

On the “Go”

Opalescence

Opalescence® Go™ comes in prefilled, disposable trays, allowing you to whiten on the go. To use, simply place the tray in your mouth and wear from 20-30 minutes per day, depending on your dentist’s recommendations. Available in Mint flavor, Opalescence® Go™ is an affordable, more effective alternative to over-the-counter whiteners. Watch our “how-to” video for the simple instructions on how to use Opalescence® Go™!

 

Customized Whitening

Opalescence Customized

Opalescence® PF whitening gel offers professional whitening power from the comfort of your own home. Your dentist will take impressions of your teeth and create whitening trays tailored to your smile. Whitening gel comes in a variety of concentrations, for different wear times, and our most popular is the 35% Mint which whitens in 30 minutes.

In-Office Whitening

Opalescence In Office

Opalescence® Boost, a 40% hydrogen peroxide power bleaching gel, offers brighter, whiter teeth after just 40 minutes in the dental chair. Opalescence Boost is chemically activated, so it starts working as soon as it is placed on your teeth and doesn’t require a hot, uncomfortable light to work.

After Care

Opalescence After Care

Opalescence® Whitening Toothpaste is perfect for keeping your smile bright, white, and healthy long after you’ve whitened. Its unique formula maximizes fluoride uptake – more than two times that of several major brands – and removes surface stains with low abrasive levels.

 

Opalescence

The Opalescence tooth whitening procedure involves three short office visits, approximately
two weeks apart.

 

Visit #1:

  1. Your dentist or hygienist will take “before” pictures and record the shade of your teeth.
  2. The tooth whitening process varies from person to person. Your dentist or hygienist will discuss your whitening goals with you, and provide a reasonable time frame and realistic expectations.
  3. Your dentist or dental assistant will take impressions of your teeth, from which he or she will make your custom whitening trays.

 

Visit #2:

  1. You will receive your custom whitening trays and Opalescence tooth whitening gel.
  2. You will be instructed on loading your trays, wear times, and cleaning.
  3. If you are concerned about sensitivity, please discuss this with your dentist or hygienist. They can advise you on ways to reduce potential sensitivity, including the use of UltraEZ desensitizing gel, which you can load into your custom whitening tray to prevent post-whitening discomfort.

 

Visit #3:

  1. Your dentist or hygienist will evaluate your progress.
  2. If you have met your goals, they will take an “after” picture and record the shade of your teeth.

To have this in a portable format, with full instructions please click the link to download the PDF.

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Opalescence Boost

The Opalescence Boost tooth whitening consultation and procedure involves just a few short office visits.

 

Consultation:

  1. Your dentist or hygienist will take “before” pictures and record the shade of your teeth.
  2. The tooth whitening process varies from person to person. Your dentist or hygienist will discuss your whitening goals with you, and let you know what you can expect from an Opalescence Boost treatment, including approximately how many visits it will take to achieve your desired tooth shade. It may be recommended that you supplement the in-office treatment with take home custom or disposable trays.
  3. The dentist or hygienist will explain the treatment procedure and the amount of time to plan on being in the office.

 

Whitening Treatment(s):

  1. Brush and floss teeth prior to your appointment.
  2. Moisturize your lips prior to treatment.
  3. Suggestion: Bring an iPod or something to listen to during your treatment.
  4. If you are concerned about sensitivity, please discuss this with your dentist or hygienist. They can advise you on ways to reduce potential sensitivity, including the use of UltraEZ desensitizing gel, which can help to prevent post-whitening discomfort.

 

Evaluation:

  1. Your dentist or hygienist will evaluate your progress.
  2. If you have met your goals, they will take an “after” picture and record the shade of your teeth.

To have this in a portable format, with full instructions please click the link to download the PDF.

Download PDF

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