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We are one of Australia largest suppliers of teeth whitening products with gel treatment kits for $16.95 each it’s easy to see why.   When offering our products to your clients you will have have the confidence of offering the best products available in Australia today.
 

Our teeth whitening gels are the strongest available in Australia for non-dental practitioners.  Our products are all Australian compliant and with all regulations and legislations.  Our clients achieve excellent results of 5-14 shades lighter on untreated teeth.  View our clients results on our Facebook page:- https://www.facebook.com/teethwhiteninginfo

 


TEETH WHITENING GEL



Q. What gel do dentist use to whiten teeth?

A. Dentists generally us hydrogen peroxide gel

 

Q: What is the best teeth whitening gel?


A: Teeth whitening products mainly have the active ingredient hydrogen peroxide carbamide peroxide or non-peroxide.  All are an excellent choice to remove stains from the surface of tooth enamel however hydrogen peroxide is the most popular choice. 
 

Q: What is the difference between hydrogen peroxide and carbamide peroxide?


A: Both hydrogen peroxide and carbamide peroxide are effective teeth whitening ingredients. Carbamide peroxide is a more complex and stable product and has about 1/3 the strength of hydrogen peroxide. Put simply, 18% carbamide peroxide has about the same strength as 6% hydrogen peroxide. The other difference is that hydrogen peroxide works faster which makes it a popular choice with most clinics and salons.

 

Q: Does carbamide peroxide have a longer shelf life than hydrogen peroxide?


A: Products with carbamide peroxide have a slightly longer shelf life than those with hydrogen peroxide however the difference is very slight.  Both products will benefit from being refrigerated.  The higher temperature peroxide is stored at the faster it will less effective.

 

Q: Which works better?


A: Both hydrogen peroxide and carbamide peroxide generate brilliant teeth whitening results. There are no conclusive studies showing one whitens better than the other however hydrogen peroxide offers more direct delivery and is faster acting which can be beneficial as faster can reduce dilution of the product from saliva.

 

Q: How long do you leave whitening gel on your teeth?


A: Hydrogen peroxide treatments are generally done in 15-20 minute sessions while carbamide peroxide treatments are 20-25 minute sessions.  As teeth whitening is uncomfortable for the client and time is money, faster is better!


Q: Does hydrogen peroxide cause more teeth sensitivity than carbamide peroxide?


A: Generally speaking at levels of 6%HP and 18%CP tooth sensitivity is rare with both products when applied correctly.
 


Q: Which ingredients give longer-lasting results?


A: The time teeth whitening will last depends on diet and lifestyle, not the products used.  Teeth will gradually restain with food, beverages and smoking. 

 

Q: Are teeth whitening gels safe?

A: All our whitening gels are safe and gentle on teeth and gums.

 

Q: What is the best teeth whitening procedure?

A: In-chair teeth whitening treatments produce the best results in achieving maximum results in 1 hour.

 

Q: What is the safest teeth whitener?

A: Teeth whitening gel under the concentration of 6% hydrogen peroxide or 18% Carbamide peroxide are considered safe and approved by the ADIA for cosmetic use.  Peroxide gel over these concentrations is not permitted to be used in Australia by non-dental practitioners.



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