Expertwhite™ Gel


What makes Expertwhite gel better? Our proprietary formula includes a desensitizing & remineralization gel which is formulated to near-neutral pH. of the mouth - ensuring a safe on enamel, comfortable whitening experience with brilliant teeth whitening results and zero Sensitivity.  Remineralization gel in the whitening formula allows the enamel to actively remineralize itself in the presence of fluorides, calcium, and phosphate while strengthening tooth enamel and eliminating tooth sensitivity. Meet your new best teeth whitening gel.


expertwhite™ powerful whitening gel

Our commitment to using unsurpassed ingredients and ensuring a near-neutral pH balanced Carbamide Peroxide ensures a formula that has been awarded devotion by both dental practices and consumers alike.

Our unique expertwhite™ formulation contains stabilized hydrogen peroxide compound

Carbamide peroxide has been stabilized to a near-neutral PH Balance of the mouth. Expertwhite™ Gel effectively oxidizes tooth stains and gently penetrates the porous surface of the enamel within a very short time.

Clinical dentist results

The expertwhite™ professional strength carbamide peroxide formula oxidizes and removes tooth stains even if they are 10 years old! The gel breaks down into hydrogen peroxide and urea. The hydrogen peroxide becomes a bleaching agent while the urea serves as an acid to break apart stain bonds in the teeth. Expertwhite™ Gel becomes a powerful and effective tooth whitener as it's released through contact with the air, moisture, and teeth. The gel restores a brilliant whiteness!

Oxidizes stains and restores the enamel to brilliant whiteness 

When exposed to saliva or ambient light, the carbamide peroxide causes the hydrogen peroxide and urea to separate and break apart into water molecules and oxygen ions. These oxygen ions penetrate the enamel and dentin on the teeth and work to change the molecular structure of the stain molecules.  Oxidization of enamel surface and intrinsic stains powers through and gently removes years of tooth discoloration and restores a healthy white enamel color.  As the peroxide formula penetrates the tooth enamel the oxidation process combines with organic elements and releases oxygen into the enamel's intrinsic matrix and whitens the natural compounds that make up a tooth color.  

Safe & effective teeth whitening with zero sensitivity.

When oxidation occurs and is exposed to deep discoloration, the intrinsic white color of the tooth is renewed. After the whitening process, the natural tooth molecules are lighter and reflect less light and stain and teeth appear white.  

Dull yellow stained teeth.
The discoloration enemy, as one ages stains from everyday lifestyle, has penetrated deep into the porous tooth enamel and in effect stained the intrinsic base color of a natural tooth. Dental discoloration is caused by tea, coffee, soda, smoking, red wine, and pasta sauce.

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Replenish essential minerals found In tooth enamel. Remineralization of teeth is a process in which minerals are returned to the molecular structure of the tooth itself.

Some people naturally have sensitive teeth

A few people have sensitive teeth either naturally from daily wear and tear, or temporarily after teeth whitening. Sensitivity can be caused by some occurrences in a person's daily life. Thermal changes and cosmetic and chemical alterations are all culprits in causing tooth sensitivity. Dentin hypersensitivity is a relatively common condition.

Due to differences in populations studied and methods of detection, the reported incidence ranges from 4-74%. The outer surface of the tooth, the enamel, protects the inner tooth surface known as the dentin. The dentin houses pores (or tubes) which run directly to the sensitive tooth nerves. Individuals with sensitive teeth experience discomfort when a hot, cold, sour or sweet food or beverage, or even cold air, enters the exposed tubules and aggravates the nerves. Several possible causes and predisposing factors are noted for dentin hypersensitivity. Dentin tubules may become exposed as a result of enamel loss from attrition, abrasion, erosion, or abfraction. (Abfraction lesions, are small cracks or notches in your teeth caused by the natural flexing of teeth over time. We know that sensitivity occurs on natural teeth when drinking or eating acidic foods; with extremely hot or cold temperatures, and occasionally during the teeth whitening process.

There are several causes for sensitive teeth 

Enamel wear and dentin exposure caused by acidic foods/beverages. Gum recession or gum disease, cavities, tooth decay or abscess, Grinding of the teeth, brushing too hard, Aging, Teeth whitening, Dental treatments, chipped or fractured tooth, Root nerve damage. A chemical reaction occurs during teeth whitening, and it is thought that, during this process, the dentinal plugs within the tubules are released. These plugs have been formed in the dentinal tubules to decrease sensitivity. When released, there is fluid flow internally, which excites the pulpal tissue and causes sensitivity. If this truly is how the process occurs, then replacing these plugs as we whiten, or before and after treatment, we will be able to alter the pain sensations while accomplishing the goal of whitening. This is where the after-whitening gel becomes valuable.

Seal in whiteness. Eliminate sensitivity

For low to moderate levels of sensitivity, Expertwhite Desensitizing Gels can make the root nerveless sensitive or build a protective coating to cover the sensitive tooth surface: 

Practice proper brushing and flossing techniques. Brush with a soft-bristled toothbrush. Use desensitizing gel. Use fluoridated mouthwash. Maintain a healthy diet, avoiding high-acid foods and beverages. Invest in a mouthguard if you grind your teeth at night

Desensitizing gels are more suited for generalized, mild to moderate dentin hypersensitivity associated with sensitive teeth. 

If the sensitivity continues in spite of your best efforts, or if you have a more intense level of overall sensitivity, your dentist may apply an in-office desensitizer which provides relief for months or years. The dentist can cover the exposed dentin and root surfaces with bonding (white fillings), a fluoride varnish or dental sealer. The purported mechanism of action of these treatments is either occlusion of dentin tubules (e.g. resins, varnishes, toothpaste) or desensitization of nerve fibers/blocking the neural transmission using a desensitizing gel (e.g. potassium chloridepotassium citratepotassium nitrate).[1][5] 

Strengthens, Seals, and Restores.

Remineralization of teeth is a process in which minerals are returned to the molecular structure of the tooth itself. Teeth are (often) porous, allowing fluids and demineralization beneath the surface of the tooth. When demineralized, these pores become larger. The  calcium, phosphate and fluoride mineral Expertwhite™ formula is effective in enamel remineralization and restoring lost mineral elements to the crystalline structures in a dental cavity and tooth enamel. This blue gel contains all the elements needed for the remineralization process in decalcified teeth (lost calcium). It contains small amounts of sodium fluoride.  The fluoride binds other minerals to the enamel.

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