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Are Expertwhitening gels dentist & FDA approved?
Yes, we supply these exact gels to dentists in the United States, United Kingdom, and Canada. Our gels are manufactured under strict FDA manufacturing guidelines in the USA.

Which strength gel is right for me?
The lower percentage of carbamide peroxide (CP), 16% and 22%,  the longer the amount of contact time against the teeth with the active bleach is needed to achieve perfect whitening results. (Lower concentrations also ensure that people with any type of tooth sensitivity can whiten comfortably with no irritation). A higher percentage of carbamide peroxide (CP), 35% and 44% speeds the color change but may lead to some temporary tooth sensitivity to hot or cold in some individuals. This ceases as soon as treatment is stopped or whitening is skipped a day between sessions.

Expertwhite™ is available in 4 different strengths. 16%, 22%, 35%, 44% 

16%CP Sensitive Teeth Formulation gel (60-Minute Treatment)
The most gentle whitening gel. Formulated for sensitive teeth. The 16%CP Sensitive teeth formula has the lowest concentration of carbamide peroxide in it, yet manages to yield the same amazing results.  16% Carbamide Peroxide suspended in kosher grade glycerin is the original teeth whitening gel. Treatment time: Wear gel in trays for 60-minutes per session. May be worn overnight.

22%CP Professional Dentist Strength Gel (45-Minute Treatment)
The original dentist-approved strength. Not too mild, not too strong, just right. 22% Carbamide Peroxide suspended in kosher grade glycerin is formulated to a near-neutral PH of the mouth so you can rest assured you can experience a comfortable whitening. Treatment. Wear the gel in the trays for 45-minutes per session 

35%CP Rapid Results Formula Gel (30-Minute Treatment)
Rapid whitening results. Stronger, quicker, faster this expertwhite™ rapid results formula has a whopping 35% Carbamide Peroxide suspended in a near-neutral ph kosher grade glycerin in a near tack, high diffusivity whitening gel. Due to the higher concentration of CP, the gel needs to be worn for a shorter time to achieve the same results as the lower strength gels. Fast becoming our most popular whitening gel because it requires only a 30-minute wear time per whitening treatment. Our customers are finding it the perfect gel to suit their needs. However, this gel is not made for sensitive teeth, but assuming you have normal teeth then this is a great whitening gel for you. Safe on enamel. 35-minutes and you're done. Treatment:  Wear gel in trays for 35-minutes per session.

44%CP Extreme Whitening Speed Gel (20-Minute Treatment)
Speed whitening. The strongest whitening gel available. A mega 44% carbamide peroxide solution is suspended in premium near-neutral PH kosher grade glycerine. Blasts through surface stains and penetrates deep to remove years of discoloration. 15-minutes to super white teeth. 44% carbamide peroxide suspended in a thick viscous glycerine gel requires only 15-minutes of wear time per treatment. This gel is designed for the teeth whitening fanatic who demands super white teeth but is too busy to sit still longer than 15-minutes per whitening treatment.

Guaranteed Results or Your Money Back

For best results 
Achieve the same amazing whitening results with any Expertwhitening™ gel when the treatments are: spaced into an hour or less per day, for a number of days in succession. To obtain maximum whitening results whiten once a day in succession (Usually 5-7 days) until the desired whitening effect is achieved. Remember for amazing results consistency is key.

Is teeth whitening safe?
Studies show from the Academy of General Dentistry (AGD Impact, April 1998, p.23) several studies, during the past twenty years, have proven that teeth bleaching to be safe and effective. A small percentage of people may experience some tooth sensitivity and gum irritation, which disappears once you stop using the product or by decreasing the amount of time you bleach your teeth. Use Post Whitening Treatment Gel as required. Teeth whitening does not replace the need to visit your dentist. Continue routine dental check-ups.

7-14 SHADES WHITER TEETH GUARANTEED. To obtain maximum whitening results whiten once a day in succession


I want to whiten my teeth for the first time.
You will either have been given custom-fitted trays made by your dentist or If you are purchasing from this site you will be using either the "get-my-teeth-white" Starter Kit or the "on-the-go" Preloaded Trays. Whiten once per day as per the recommended gel strength and directions. 

What are the Ingredients in Expertwhite™ gels?
Expertwhite™ gels are made in the USA from the finest ingredients. No fillers. Pure blended. Individual syringe weight varies in size. Ingredients: Glycerin Carbomer, Carbamide Peroxide, Trietyleamine (TEA) Flavor. No animal products. NOT tested on animals. 

What if I swallow the gel?
This whitening gel/tooth bleach is non-toxic. If the whitening gel comes into contact with eyes or skin, flush immediately with warm water.  If you swallow the gel during your routine whitening - This is harmless in these quantities. It is recommended that pregnant or lactating women refrain from use.

Who should not whiten their teeth? 
If you are pregnant or lactating. Children under 18 years of age. People with crowns or veneers must know that tooth bleaching does not whiten these.

Can I whiten my crowns?
No. Tooth bleach whitens natural teeth only.

Expertwhite™ Gel will not whiten crowns, only natural teeth. Teeth will be whitened to individual's lightest and whitest natural base color. This gel is non-toxic. Safe on enamel. Use as directed. Pregnant or lactating please consult a doctor. Wear as per recommended gel strength. Contains glycerine carbomer, carbamide peroxide. Store in cool dry place. If gel comes into contact with skin, wash with warm water.

I am getting new crowns what should I do? Whiten my teeth before or after? 
If you are getting new crowns, we suggest that you first whiten your natural teeth to the whiteness you desire, then have the dentist match your new crowns to your new white teeth.

What if I experience tooth sensitivity from tooth bleaching?
Some people experience sensitivity from whitening. As the Carbamide Peroxide penetrates the enamel to remove stains, it also removes the water in the tooth enamel resulting in slight dehydration of the enamel which is temporary and the tooth rehydrates as soon as saliva is reintroduced to the mouth after whitening This brief dehydration may cause some sensitivity to hot and cold liquids. For individuals who experience this, we recommend the Expertwhite™ "After Whitening Treatment Gel" which Rehydrates teeth and replaces minerals and phosphates in teeth.

Why are my gums sensitive after bleaching?
You are loading your trays with too much whitening gel and the gel is sitting on your gums through the whitening process causing irritation of the soft tissue. If gel comes into contact with of gum line wipe gel off with a tissue.

How should I store my gels?
Store bleaching gel in a cool dry place away from direct sunlight. No refrigeration necessary. 2-year shelf life.

How does fluoride affect whitening results?
Fluoride affects the whitening process by inhibiting the release of carbamide peroxide.
We recommend brushing after your whitening session, not before.

Is tooth whitening/bleaching permanent?
Yes! Whitening / Bleaching your teeth is the best way to whiten your teeth. However, Teeth will naturally stain or discolor over time.
Sodas, coffee, wine, cigarettes and food colorings in most foods these days cause this discoloration to happen.

When do I touch up or bleach my teeth again?
How frequently you need to touch up is determined by the individual and how quickly your teeth respond to the coloring in the products you eat. (Weekly, monthly or bi-annually).

Difference between carbamide peroxide (CP) & hydrogen peroxide (HP)
Hydrogen peroxide is used by dentists in their offices and should be used under their supervised provision. It is extremely powerful and if used incorrectly can burn gums. Carbamide Peroxide is a stabilized formula of hydrogen Peroxide. Carbamide Peroxide is designed to break down over a slower period while worn in the whitening trays, eliminating any risk of burning and provides optimum whitening results.Expertwhite™ gels are formulated to be near neutral PH providing the most comfortable and effective whitening experience with no sensitivity.

Does teeth whitening replace the need for dental visits?
Teeth whitening gel only removes surface stains and deep discoloration. It does not replace  the need for your routine dental visits. Dentists are trained to do x-rays of your teeth and gums, look for any periodontal disease or cavities.

Shelf Life

Expertwhite gels have a 12-month shelf life (from date of purchase)

Expiration date

The expiration date is not printed on the syringe, but the day that the gel was poured into the syringe is. You can tell the freshness by the first part of the reference number that is printed on the syringe. Every syringe printed has a reference number which is the  Julian Calendar date with a hyphen after it which signifies which batch of the day it is.

For example:

  • A gel we poured and we printed on 11-09-15 has this code beneath the artwork:
  • 28815-3
  • This gel was fabricated on the 288th day (Oct 15th) of the year 2015 
  • This gel was the 3rd batch of the day -3