TrueWhite Teeth Whitening Pen – Active Oxygen & Carbamide Peroxide, 30+ Treatments, 4ML, Zero Sensitivity & Professionally Formulated

Product Description

TrueWhite Teeth Whitening Pen – Active Oxygen & Carbamide Peroxide, 30+ Treatments, 4ML, Zero Sensitivity & Professionally Formulated 

  • Compact and portable whitening pen makes it effortless to whiten your teeth at home or on-the-go. Simply twist the bottom of the pen to access the teeth whitening gel and paint onto each tooth to whiten in under 1 minute!
  • Clear tube design allows you to see exactly how much whitening gel is left in the pen. The whitening gel is thick to prevent leakage and has a strong twisting mechanism to push the gel through the brush tip for each use. Highest quality FDA approved gel on the market.
  • Latest in Teeth Whitening Technology with Active Oxygen Whitening and Carbamide Peroxide gel to break down and remove stains on the surface of the teeth from coffee, wine, soda, tea, smoking and more! Pen includes 30+ whitening treatments and gel comes in a cool, mint-flavor for a refreshing smile every time. Gel is formulated safe for enamel and Sensitive Teeth
  • Use this pen 1-2 times per day in the comfort of your own home, at the office or on-the-go. See visible results after just a few treatments and get 4-9 shades whiter with consecutive use. Perfect for removing years of stains or maintaining your already bright and beautiful smile!
  • 100% MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE “ If for any reason you are unhappy with our Teeth Whitening Pen we will refund you, no questions asked





How to use home teeth whitening kit?

  • The dentist produces his tray for each patient.
  • A kind of silicone cover for the teeth. It is with it that the gel should be applied.
  • Trays have the exact shape of each person’s dental arch. They help to improve results and reduce side effects. 
  • The patient takes the tray home with the products indicated by the specialist. 
  • Many people prefer to lighten at night while they are sleeping. 
  • One hour of use per day is enough to promote whitening without generating too much sensitivity.
  • During the night, the gel used is 10% to 22% Carbamine peroxide, weaker than the gel used in offices. 
  • During the day, the option is up to 7.5% Hydrogen Peroxide. 
  • The total treatment time varies from case to case. 
  • The completion of treatment will depend on the dentist’s evaluation.

The types of teeth whitening

  • Homemade tooth whitening:  The homemade tooth whitening technique, performed outside the dental office and monitored by the dentist, is the most common and safe. Besides, it is also the one that brings better lighting results. It is suitable for all types of whitening needs. Its contraindication, however, is individuals with gingival diseases and extensive gingival retractions – the only disadvantages of this technique. It is always the first choice when aesthetic urgency does not count for much in the treatment.
  • In-office tooth whitening (conventional): The most common technique among those applied by the dentist in the dental office does not use light sources (LED, LASER, or halogen sources). And unlike home tooth whitening, whose treatment lasts between 7 to 21 days, the outpatient technique can deliver excellent results even in a single consultation – of 4 maximum possible sessions. But it has disadvantages: it is less secure to the teeth and can still leave the area close to the yellowed gums. It is indicated for aesthetic emergencies or individuals with extensive gingival retractions.
  • Laser tooth whitening: The most glamorous – and rare – a technique for tooth whitening can frustrate many individuals for the results. It is that, according to dental research, the effects of laser tooth whitening are similar to conventional techniques – and even inferior to the homemade technique, with trays. The indications follow the same for the other techniques applied in the office. The highest risks for pulp inflammation, however, must be taken into account when selecting the best technique.

Essential Tips for start teeth whitening treatment

  • Prevention and removal of stains and tartar are essential and need to be performed at least 48 hours before starting tooth whitening.
  • Previous desensitization can decrease or even eliminate the appearance of pain and sensitive teeth during the procedure.
  • Techniques applied in the office, by the dentist, should be restricted to aesthetic emergencies and individuals with extensive gingival retractions.
  • Homemade tooth whitening brings whitening results superior to ambulatory techniques.
  • The combined use of homemade and professional technologies delivers excellent results compared to any method, in isolated use.
  • Avoid foods based on artificial colors, wines and grape juices, teas, tobacco, and green vegetables during and up to 7 days after the bleaching procedure, regardless of the technique.
  • Despite the higher risks, the whitening treatment performed in the office, irrespective of the method, results in a smaller number of individuals with sensitive teeth or spontaneous pain.
  • Dental polishing after tooth whitening makes the accumulation of stains difficult and reduces the speed of the yellowing of teeth.