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After Whitening / Desensitizing Gel

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Seal in whiteness, desensitize any sensitivity by replenishing essential minerals found In tooth enamel

Remineralization of teeth is a process in which minerals are returned to the molecular structure of the tooth itself. Teeth are porous allowing fluids and demineralization beneath the surface of the tooth. When demineralized, these pores become larger opening the way for tooth decay and infectious diseases. When the PH of the mouth falls below 5.5, acids caused by sugars and other daily substances dissolve carbonated hydroxyapatite (bone mineral, the main compound of tooth enamel) and is known as demineralization. Cavities result when the rate of demineralization exceeds the rate of remineralization and the tooth structure is destroyed. The exciting thing is that minerals can be recovered in teeth by a healthy diet and remineralized by ions dissolved in saliva.


The Expertwhite™ remineralization blue gel is a formulation of organic and inorganic minerals that originate in the earth mainly magnesium and potassium chloride which cleans and removes all damaging bacteria while restoring essential minerals naturally occurring in teeth - aiding in calcium formation (bone density) while leaving the protective bio-film on your teeth unharmed. 

Eliminate dentin hypersensitivity

Dental pain is sharp and of short duration, arising from exposed dentin surfaces in response to stimuli, typically hot or cold beverages. This sensitivity is generally caused by worn tooth enamel. Tooth enamel is the strongest, most impermeable part of the tooth and protects the teeth from invading substances. Underneath the enamel is dentin which is less impenetrable than enamel. Dentin consists mainly of the mineral hydroxylapatite and it greatly affects the color of a tooth due to the translucency enamel. Dentin, which is less mineralized and less brittle than enamel, but necessary for the support of enamel. Dentin consists of microscopic channels, called dentinal tubules, which radiate outward through the dentin from the pulp to the exterior enamel. As a result, dentin has a degree of permeability, which can increase the sensation of pain and the rate of tooth decay. The strongest held theory of dentinal hypersensitivity suggests that it is due to changes in the dentinal fluid associated with the processes. When the dentin loses its protective covering, heat and cold travel through the tubules and stimulates nerves inside the teeth. Expertwhite™ restore gel contains potassium chloride where ions diffuse along the dentinal tubules to inactivate interdental nerves.

Build Strong Tooth Enamel

Think of calcium as chalk and of magnesium as the superglue for strong teeth. Magnesium chloride binds and transforms calcium into strong bones and teeth. It is magnesium and not calcium that helps form hard tooth enamel that is resistant to decay. In a New Zealand study, it was found that cavity resistant teeth had on average twice the amount of magnesium as cavity-prone teeth.

Restore, repair, and revive teeth enamel

  • Desensitizes and hydrates tooth enamel
  • Scientifically proven to repair small, invisible lesions to surface enamel.
  • Minerals and phosphates penetrate deep into the enamel.
  • Remineralizes decalcification spots. 
  • 3cc tubes


4 x After-whitening blue gels (3cc each) per pack


Use with existing whitening tray. After whitening rinse tray. Place a small drop in each tooth part of the tray. Wear for 5 minutes. Remove trays. Do not rinse your mouth. Can be worn overnight for a complete restorative process.

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Posted by Unknown on 30th Jul 2018

An excellent product.

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