Nothing freshens up your appearance like a whiter, brighter smile. But those "glorified toothpastes" at the grocery store just can't give you the whitest possible smile. Only your dentist can with the Nite White Tooth Whitening System.
Nite White safely bleaches your teeth to lighten discoloration caused by food, coffee, tobacco, aging and other sources.
It's safe. It's effective. And it's so fast, most Nite White users see immediate results. So does everyone around them.
The delicious Peppermint Cream flavored gel is worn overnight, while you sleep for ultimate performance and maximum convenience. In only 7-10 nights, you can achieve significant whitening results. A more concentrated bleach (22%) may be worn for only 1 hour as an alternative to the overnight gel.
Nite White is a fast, safe and effective tooth whitening system. The whitening gel is a thick solution, which is dispensed to patients by a dentist and applied by the patient at home using a clear and inconspicuous custom fitted tray.
The active ingredient in Nite White, carbamide peroxide, has been recognized by FDA for many years as an oral antiseptic and is now used for its superior tooth whitening properties. Nite White is available in a variety of carbamide peroxide concentrations to whiten even the most difficult stains.
It's a bleaching process that lightens discolorations and removes stains from the enamel of the teeth. Nite White uses a mild solution retained in a custom made appliance that is worn over your teeth while you sleep or during the day.
Why can only a Dentist get my Teeth their Whitest?
You can only get Nite White from your dentist. Prior to beginning treatment, your dentist will examine you to determine whether you have any untreated cavities, tooth decay, or unhealthy teeth. Then, a custom-fitted tray is made by taking an impression of your teeth, which gives you a personalized tray allowing you to achieve optimum results.
What causes Tooth Discoloration?
There are many causes. The most common include aging, consumption of staining substances (coffee, teas, colas, tobacco), trauma, tetracycline (antibiotic) staining, excessive fluoride, and nerve degeneration.
Who may benefit from Tooth Whitening?
Almost anyone. However there are some cases where the treatment may not be effective. A dentist will determine a viable candidate for the process through a thorough oral examination and diagnosis. Tooth-lightening is ideal for patients who have healthy, unrestored teeth and would like to have a whiter, brighter smile.
Can I bleach while I'm Pregnant or Lactating?
To date, there has been no testing done on the effects of using a professional tooth-whitening system during pregnancy. Therefore, we do not recommend that you use Nite White if you are pregnant or lactating.
Why are my Teeth NOT Whitening evenly?
Sometimes the biting edges and the sides of the teeth whiten more quickly than the rest of the teeth. This occurs because your enamel is thicker in these areas and responds faster to the whitening process. As you continue to use Nite White the rest of your teeth will catch up and the color will blend in. The gum half of the tooth will in nearly all cases be slightly darker than the biting half but will have a smooth transition in color.
Is the Process Safe?
Yes! research and clinical studies indicate that whitening teeth with carbamide peroxide and/or hydrogen peroxide under the supervision of a dentist is safe for teeth and gums.In fact, many dentists consider this whitening process the safest cosmetic procedure available today
Important: Please read this notice before using any tooth whitening products:
NOTE - Teeth bleaching gel refills are ONLY used with dentist-made (professional) Whitening Trays. By buying these whitening gel refills, you acknowledge that you have had professional instruction regarding the storage, dispensing and application of bleaching gel. Do NOT smoke, drink or eat while bleaching your teeth. It is NOT recommended to bleach your teeth if you're pregnant or nursing.
WE, AT DENTIST.NET, URGE ALL CUSTOMERS TO PLEASE CONSULT A DENTIST FOR A THOROUGH DENTAL EXAMINATION BEFORE USING ANY AT HOME TOOTH WHITENING SYSTEMS.
DENTIST.NET IS INFORMED THAT NEARLY ALL TOOTH BLEACHING STUDIES HAVE BEEN CONDUCTED WITH 10% CARBAMIDE PEROXIDE(CP). WE RECOMMEND THAT YOU USE THIS STRENGTH FOR YOUR TOOTH WHITENING NEEDS. THERE IS LIMITED OR NO RESEARCH WITH THE HIGHER STRENGTH BLEACHING GELS. AS SUCH, PURCHASE AND USE OF THE HIGHER STRENGTH GELS IS DONE SO AT YOUR OWN RISK AND DENTIST.NET IS NOT LIABLE FOR YOUR RESULTS OR DAMAGE FROM USING THE HIGHER STRENGTH GELS.
Dental Work: Tooth Whitening (bleaching) gel will only whiten natural teeth. It will NOT bleach (whiten), nor harm bonding, caps, crowns, bridges, fillings or any other artificial dental work. You may have to have the dentistry redone in order to match your new white teeth. Tetracycline (an antibiotic) stained teeth or grayish teeth are more difficult to bleach and have a varied prognosis. Exposed root portions of teeth which occur with gum recession will also not bleach. If you have amalgam (silver) fillings in, near or behind the front teeth, long term bleaching can cause the surrounding tooth to have a greenish tinge. Bleaching teeth which have a lot of translucency (see thru) can cause the teeth to become even more translucent and may give the tooth a darker appearance. It is important to consult a dentist if you have any of the above concerns.
Sensitivity: Your teeth or gums will most likely become sensitive. This is common while using all products containing peroxide based gels and it is not harmful. In case of increased sensitivity reduce usage time and/or frequency until the sensitivity subsides. Due to the high prevalence of sensitivity, Dentist.net recommends the routine use of Dr. Collins Desensitizing Gel following bleaching.
Results vary and Dentist.net cannot guarantee a particular result.
WARNINGS: Keep out of reach of children. DO NOT USE IF PREGNANT OR DURING NURSING.