Opalescence Boost – 1 hour in-office whitening procedure

A dazzling appealing smile in the shortest period of time is all that you can gain from Opalescence Boost whitening procedure. The whitening mechanism of this method is chemical reaction of bleaching agents. This is an ideal option for people who want to dress up their smile for the upcoming events

Advantage of Opalescence Boost whitening procedure:

  • Products imported directly from the USA meet all requirements and standards of American Dental Association (ADA)
  • The gel contains PF (potassium nitrate and fluoride) helps whiten your teeth effectively and safely. Potassium nitrate helps lessen teeth sensitivity and fluoride strengthens enamel, which makes a barrier resistant to tooth cavity. The combination of these two components ensures the healthy state of teeth after whitening
  • Teeth enamel is not damaged
  • No light required
  • Astonishing outcome in the shorted period of time

Opalescence Boost whitening procedure at No1 Dental Clinic

Step 1: Dental examination and consultation with the dentist

Step 2: Oral conditions should be treated prior to whitening procedure (if any)

Step 3: Professional cleaning

Step 4: Whitening procedure

  • Determine the shade of your teeth with the shade guide
  • The patients wear protective eyeglasses
  • A lip and cheek retractor is placed in your mouth, followed by a bite lock to keep your tongue and lips clear of the whitening gel
  • A resin barrier is placed around your gum line to make sure the whitening gel only comes in contact with your teeth and not your gums
A resin barrier is placed around your gum line to protect the gum tissue
  • Apply the first application of opalescence boost to your teeth. The gel remains on your teeth around 20 minutes
The dentist applies Opalescence Boost gel on the teeth surface
  • After the 20-minute period, the whitening gel is suctioned off your teeth
  • The dentist then evaluate the shade change of your teeth
  • If you need additional treatment to achieve desired results, the dentist will apply a second application.
  • Finish: The resin barrier is removed
The resin barrier is removed

Step 5: Detailed instructions are given to patients