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» How does the BrightWhite peroxide-free tooth whitening system differ from tooth whitening at the dentist’s office?


The BrightWhite peroxide-free home teeth whitener system works similarly to teeth whitening methods used by dentists. However, its active agent contains only natural components that protect and preserve the teeth without damaging the teeth enamel like teeth whiteners containing peroxide do. After you have applied the whitening gel to your teeth, reacting to the light of the LED lamp contained in the teeth whitening set, the gel will interact with the teeth surface. The Bright White peroxide-free teeth whitening system is the newest and safest generation of home teeth whitening products. The most important aspects of research and development were safety, efficiency and the highest possible simplicity of use. This is how the BrightWhite teeth whitening system – now available also in Europe –, which can make your teeth white as snow simpler, safer and more efficient than ever, was born.

» How does BrightWhite differ from other home tooth whiteners?


The BrightWhite peroxide-free teeth whitening system provides something different than the other home teeth whiteners, which lead to bad results, may cause damage and don’t even result in the intended effect - they are money thrown out the window. These products contain urea peroxide or even worse, hydrogen-peroxide, which may be very dangerous if used inappropriately. In contrast, the peroxide-free home teeth whitening system marketed by us can whiten our teeth even beyond our genetic teeth surface, and as such, even those whose original teeth colour is not white but yellowish can achieve spectacular results with it.

» How long do the results last?

The longevity of teeth whitening depends strongly on lifestyle: lots of smoking and coffee, tea and coke consumption all shorten the time of the teeth getting discoloured again. With a proper lifestyle, the teeth get discoloured again only after 4-6 months thanks to the BrightWhite peroxide-free teeth whitener.

» Should I expect any pain?

Not at all. Using the BrightWhite peroxide-free teeth whitener doesn’t involve any pain due to it being peroxide-free. You may have a mild tingling sensation when the whitening gel interacts with the teeth surface reacting to the light of the Ionic LED lamp, but this is entirely normal. In general, your teeth may become slightly more sensitive if the enamel is damaged.

» What causes the teeth to get discoloured?

Teeth colour may be genetic and/or acquired. Even the genetic teeth colour may be changed by teeth whitening. Acquired teeth colour may originate from childhood antibiotics or fluorides or our lifestyle. 
Medicine, such as antibiotics may cause teeth to become yellow if too much of it enters into the body during childhood. This matte yellow colour cannot be affected. In the case of tetracycline, the root is greyish-brownish, yellow at the middle and snow-white at the edge. This discolouration is caused by antibiotics. Such discolourations can be whitened too. The discolouration of teeth is caused by coloured organic material – so-called chromogens – originating from food. The coffee-tea-red wine trio, in particular, leads to the teeth getting discoloured, but teeth lose their whiteness with the passage of time even regardless of these. In contrast to sodium-perborate, these compounds are not stable, and in reaction, they split into alcohols and organic acids, which can then be dissolved and washed from the material of the teeth enamel and between the enamel prisms during whitening.

» Do fillings and crowns whiten?

Fillings and crowns don’t usually whiten together with the teeth during whitening. If they are very contaminated by tobacco, coffee, etc., they may get somewhat whiter, or their original colour may be restored.

» Should I expect increased sensitivity in my teeth?

Not at all, as the BrightWhite home teeth whitener is peroxide-free and does not cause sensitivity at all. However, if your teeth become sensitive to cold water, hot soups or sour tastes, then it is probable that your teeth will be more sensitive during whitening.

» There are white stains appearing on my teeth after whitening. Why is that?

Don’t worry. The appearance of white stains indicates that the enamel is damaged. The whitening substance can get more deeply into these parts, which results in white stains appearing, but these will fully disappear after the end of the entire whitening.
There’s no need to worry, just continue whitening your teeth. 

» Can there be any side effects?

Teeth whitening has no particular side effects such as nausea, vertigo or similar symptoms caused by certain medicine.

» Is tooth whitening harmful?

No, or at least the peroxide-free ones aren’t. Teeth whitening at the dentist’s may be, however, because that is performed using gels containing peroxide. This also applies to home teeth whiteners containing peroxide if they are used inappropriately. Many people think that a small part of the surface of the teeth enamel is scoured during whitening. THIS IS NOT TRUE! During teeth whitening, the whitening substance called sodium-perborate dissolves contaminations from the teeth enamel, without affecting its thickness.

» For whom and when is it not recommended?

It is recommended to anyone, anytime, because the BrightWhite teeth whitening system contains only natural components, and as such, it is perfectly safe. Teeth whitening should ONLY be applied to healthy teeth!

» Can I eat and drink anything after treatment?

IMPORTANT: You must not eat or smoke for 3-4 hours, and must not consume coloured food and beverages for 48 hours after treatments. It is very important that you comply with this!