Chemistry Behind Focal White
Focal White is tooth whitening gel. The whitening process is possible due to the ability of the Focal White gel to freely pass through enamel prisms and breaking down any colour molecules that result in tooth discolouration. The structure of the tooth remains same but the internal tooth colour simply becomes lighter.
Application of Focal white Tooth Whitening Gel
Take your Dentist Instruction on how to load gel into bleaching tray.
Use no more than ½ of syringe.
Brush teeth before application.
Lightly adjust tray to cover all teeth.
Remove tray after 6-8 hours.
If significant sensitivity occurs stop treatment and consult your dentist.
Clean tray with soft brush and cool tap water. Store tray in case provided.
Do not use house hold bleach to whiten teeth
Pregnant women should avoid
Keep gel out of sun light/heat. Do not freeze
Tooth filling and crowns do not response to bleach
Food and drinks high in acidity may cause sensitivity
Consult your dentist in regards of any question.
Do not use tobacco products or eat while bleaching
Teeth are naturally darker along the gum line. This area may require more time to lighten than the rest of the tooth surface and usually remain slightly darker.
A small percentage of people may have sensitivity with bleaching. If this occurs remove the tray and consult your doctor.
Food and drink high in acidity can cause sensitivity to teeth.
If you have any side effect discontinues its use and consults your doctor.
Coffee, Tobacco and other product can re-stain your teeth over time if this occurs teeth can be re-whitened with Focal White.
Regular dental check-up and cleaning is important before and after bleaching to maintain big smile.
In case of any query consult your Dentist.
Store bleach out of sun light or heat.
Keep out of the reach of children.
Do not swallow gel or rinses. It does can be harmful.
Store as described in the instruction sheet provided in the pack