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6 Simple steps to a whiter & brighter smile

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Step 1

If available brush your teeth. At a minimum rinse mouthpiece and your mouth with water prior to whitening your teeth.   

Step 2

Looking in the mirror or cell phone to compare your teeth with shade guide and record which shade your teeth are. This is for comparison in the last step.

Step 3

Twist teeth whitening pen, until the gel flows to the brush. Apply the gel evenly on your teeth, both upper and lower. Do not brush too much gel, more gel will not give you a faster or better result. Each time use about 0.5ml-0. 7ml. Avoid applying the gel directly on your gum or inside of your lips! It will create a burning feeling. This is nothing to be alarmed about as the burning feeling will go away within 24 hours. Just make sure to rinse with water.

Step 4

Make sure full charge before first use. Put mouthpiece into your mouth and bite it, then turn on the light. Take deep breaths before treatment to decrease saliva production. (Excessive amount of saliva will dilute the gel’s concentration.)

Step 5

The whitening device will turn off automatically after 15 minutes. Take it out, rinse the mouthpiece and your mouth with water.

Step 6

Looking in the mirror or cell phone to compare your teeth with shade guide  and record how many shades you have improved. 

After Whitening

For a minimum of 24 hours after the whitening, avoid consuming coffee, tea, dark colored soda, red wine, berries, candy, red sauces, beets, chocolate or any other foods that have a propensity to stain your teeth. A good guideline is, if it stains a white shirt, it will stain your teeth. Of course, brush and floss as directed by your dentist.

There is no definite answer as to how long the whitening effect will last; this is highly dependent on many individual factors, including the current condition and age of your teeth, diet, alcohol and tobacco consumption, genetics and dental, general and periodontal health.