For first-time users, it is recommended to leave the whitening gel on for 30 minutes to 1 hour, and to increase the wearing time if there is little or no tooth sensitivity.
The amount of time you should leave whitening gel on your teeth for whitening will be determined by the whitening gel’s (bleach) concentration percentage. The length of time will also be determined by the color of your teeth at the start. Bleaching your teeth will take longer if they are stained or very yellow. If you don’t have any sensitivity issues, you can wear the trays for up to two hours. After you’ve finished, make sure you remove all of the excess whitening gel materials from around your gums.
For sensitive teeth, we recommend that you apply it for two weeks, once a day for 15-20 minutes, or until you achieve your desired whiteness. You should only whiten your teeth once a day. Touch-ups can be done as needed after the desired shade has been achieved.
How much Gel should I put in the trays?
Apply a thin, steady ribbon of gel to the tray’s inner surface that comes into contact with the teeth. Important: Too much gel in the trays can cause tooth sensitivity and gum irritation. A small amount of gel goes a long way! Keep in mind that 1 gel syringe equals about 3-4 full applications (1 full application being both the upper and lower teeth).
What strength is the gel?
The 35 percent Carbamide Peroxide Bleaching Gel syringes included in the kit are 35 percent Carbamide Peroxide Bleaching Gel.
Should I use a whitening gel?
Although over-the-counter gels and pastes are available, we recommend that you use a whitening agent provided by your dentist. They will provide you with a professional whitening gel as well as a custom mold of your mouth to assist you in achieving your desired bright smile. Apply the gel to the inside of the mold first, then place the mold over your teeth. Some gels can be worn for hours at a time, while others can be worn overnight; detailed instructions will be sent home with you. The custom mold ensures a comfortable, high-quality whitening experience that lasts longer.
Side Effects of Teeth Whitening Gels
Some people are concerned about the safety of whitening products. Peroxide-based bleaching agents, such as those found in common tooth whitening strips and gels, can irritate the gums, according to the American Dental Association. This can happen if the gel is applied incorrectly or with an ill-fitting tray.
How long does the teeth whitening gel last?
The shelf life of our whitening gel is two years. The whitening gel should be kept at or below room temperature and out of direct sunlight. The gel’s life can be extended by refrigerating it. If the gel becomes too hot, it will turn liquid and become useless.
Is It Safe to Use the Free Teeth Whitening Gel?
Hydrogen peroxide and carbamide peroxide-based tooth whitening products, according to the American Dental Association (ADA), are both safe and effective. Another study found that hydrogen peroxide and carbamide peroxide-based tooth whitening are both safe and effective when used according to the manufacturer’s instructions.