Stop Sensitive Teeth During Teeth Whitening
Highly recommended for anyone who whitens their teeth. A calcium / phosphate fluoride shown to be effective in the enamel remineralization process. Contains all the elements needed for the remineralization process in decalcified teeth. Allows the enamel to actively remineralise itself in the presence of fluorides, calcium and phosphate.
Dr. Collins desensitising Gel makes the tooth whitening process more comfortable. As all bleaching gel in most instances causes some degree of tooth sensitivity, we recommend the use of desensitising gel following a tooth bleaching session. Includes One 5 ml unflavored syringe in a viscous gel-like consistency containing 3% potassium nitrate (the same ingredient found in Sensodyne toothpaste) and 0.11% weight by weight fluoride ion.
- Strengthens tooth enamel.
- Contains Sodium Fluoride
- Proven to remineralise small invisible lesions.
- Revitalize enamel after the teeth bleaching process.
- Can be applied before bed to provide thorough night time reminerilization.
How To Use
To help remineralise your teeth during teeth whitening simply apply the gel into your mouth trays for 5-10 minutes once or twice a week. To help with tooth sensitivity during whitening simply place the gel into your trays and leave for 10-15 minutes after each session. This can be repeated as often as required.
Sodium Flouride and Calcium Phosphate