What is the difference between carbamide peroxide and hydrogen peroxide?
Carbamide peroxide is a compound of hydrogen peroxide and urea. Hydrogen peroxide is the bleaching agent, and urea helps to stabilize it. Carbamide peroxide breaks down into hydrogen peroxide and urea when it comes into contact with water.
How does carbamide peroxide work?
When carbamide peroxide gel comes into contact with water (in your mouth), it breaks down into hydrogen peroxide and urea. Hydrogen peroxide is the bleaching agent that breaks down stains on your teeth.
How long does carbamide peroxide stay in your system?
Carbamide peroxide is quickly broken down into hydrogen peroxide and urea when it comes into contact with water. There is no evidence that carbamide peroxide remains in your system after it is used.
Is carbamide peroxide safe?
Yes, carbamide peroxide is a safe and effective bleaching agent when used as directed and is also safe for sensitive teeth.
How is our Whitening System Unique?
Our whitening system is unique in a few ways:
- The light – Our LED light is designed to accelerate the teeth whitening process, so you see results faster.
- The gel – Our whitening gel is made in the USA with dental-grade ingredients and is safe for sensitive teeth.