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Opalescence® PF 10%, 16%, 20%, 35%, and 45%

Carbamide Peroxide with Potassium Nitrate and Fluoride

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Product Details

For use with customised take-home whitening trays, Opalescence PF offers many options for patients. With its easy syringe delivery, Opalescence PF is easily customisable for each patient’s individual situation. The gel contains 20% water to prevent dehydration, and the sticky, viscous formula helps keep the gel and tray in place. With four concentrations and two flavours, patients can completely customise their whitening experience.

  • Opalescence tooth whitening gel contains PF (potassium nitrate and fluoride), which helps improve the overall health of the teeth and increase patient comfort during the whitening procedure.1,2
  • Formulated to prevent dehydration and shade relapse
  • Five concentrations for treatment flexibility
  • Two flavours: Mint and Regular
  • Day or night wear
  • Sticky, viscous gel won’t migrate to soft tissues and ensures tray stays securely in place
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  5. Shelf life is dependent on how product is stored.
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