Bleaching Instructions

Teeth whitening (bleaching) gel will only whiten natural teeth. Results may vary as teeth whiteners do not work on certain stains.

It is important to consult with your dentist if you have any concerns about stains on your teeth before using this product.

  1. Brush and floss teeth. Whitening gel is most effective on clean teeth.
  2. Make sure trays are clean and dry prior to applying whitening gel.
  3. Remove syringe from case and snap tip cover from the end.
  4. To load the tray with whitening gel, depress the plunger and fill each tooth in the tray with a pearl of gel. Each tray will typically use 1/3 of a syringe.
  5. Position tray over your teeth and gently press tray to move the gel into place. Wipe excess gel, which seeps over the brim of the tray, off of your gums with a tissue or your finger.
  6. Wear 30 minutes per day until you are happy with the color of your teeth. If sensitivity occurs, discontinue use for 24 hours.
  7. After whitening, remove the tray and rinse your teeth. Brush away any remaining gel.
  8. Clean bleaching trays with a toothbrush and cold water. Store trays in the tray holder and gel in a cool dry place away from heat and direct sunlight.

Whitening gel must be refrigerated when not in use. Shelf life is two years refrigerated.

Warnings: Keep product away from children. DO NOT use if pregnant or breastfeeding. DO NOT eat, drink, or use tobacco products while wearing bleaching trays.

1. If irritation of the gums or mouth occurs (such as swelling or redness), discontinue use and consult your dentist. Products containing peroxides are not recommended for use by children under 12 years of age.
2. Avoid swallowing whitening gel
3. Avoid contact of the product with the eye.
4. Avoid direct contact of the active surface of the whitening gel with the gums and/or salivary flow.