• Unique UltraFit™ tray material offers a remarkably comfortable fit and easily conforms to any patient’s smile 
  • Molar-to-molar coverage whitens the entire smile 
  • Opalescence Go whitening gel is designed to maximize patient comfort 
  • Convenient prefilled trays can be worn right out of the package 
  • Optimal gel quantity allows easy cleanup after whitening 
  • 15% – wear 15–20 minutes for 5–10 days 
  • Opalescence Go tooth whitening gel contains PF (potassium nitrate and fluoride)
  • These 15% trays are more efficient at whitening than the popular Crest Whitestrips which are only 10% peroxide.

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How to use
the Opalescence Go kit

01

Remove product from package.
“U” – Upper whitening tray
“L” – Lower whitening tray

02

Position upper tray
on teeth.

03

Bite firmly, then suck
on tray for 2 seconds.

04

Remove colored outer tray,
leaving the white inner tray on
teeth. Repeat the process for
the lower tray.

05

After indicated wear
time, remove whitening
trays and brush teeth.
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Frequently Asked Questions

Many of our daily habits conspire to turn our teeth from white to yellow. The foods we eat, beverages we drink, age, and smoking all cause yellowing over time. The good news is that it’s possible to go from yellow to white teeth and, depending on the method you choose, it can be done quickly or gradually. The opalescence go whitening kit a quick solution to whiter teeth.

What are the risks of teeth whitening? No matter what treatment you use, there’s a chance your gums will be sensitive to the chemicals used in teeth whitening, particularly if you already have sensitive teeth. There’s also a chance of burns to gums and some of the whitening kits used at home can harm tooth enamel. This is why you should only use products recommended by the American Dental Association.

By wearing the Opalescence  Go kit over night, it allows for you to whiten while you sleep. This is a safe process, as long as you listen to your teeth. If the are becoming sensitive from the extended wear then you may want to stick to shorter intervals. 

Hydrogen peroxide is a mild bleach that can help to whiten stained teeth. The Opalescence Go kit contains a 15% solution for optimal whitening. Wear for at least 10-15 minutes a day and you will start seeing results within no time.

The Opalescence Go 15% is rated as one of the top 100 products according to Dentistry Today. The average customer rating for the Opalescence Go is 4.5 out of 5 on every shopping site it is sold. Most recommend by doctors, most satisfactory by consumers. 

Dairy products, such as cheese, yogurt and milk, contain lactic acid and the enamel-fortifying mineral calcium, which strengthen teeth while also whitening them. Chewing on cheese also prompts production of saliva, which washes away staining food particles.

Dentists, as well as friends and family members who have had professional whitening, will typically agree – the treatment is well worth the cost. The Opalescence Go whitening is the superior, cost-effective choice. 

Even with daily brushing, certain foods and drinks can cause stained teeth. For example, frequently drinking coffee, tea and wine can all lead to yellow teeth. In addition, even regular brushing cannot always combat yellow teeth caused by smoking cigarettes.

Using a small cup or bowl, mix a few drops of water with a half a teaspoon of baking soda to craft a paste. Once you have a paste, apply it to your teeth using a toothbrush or your fingers. Leave on for approximately two minutes and rinse with water.

As people age, their enamel can become thinner, a result of decades of wear and tear. The thinner the enamel, the more likely the yellowish dentin shows through. That’s why older people often have yellowed teeth. Bleaching products won’t help in this situation because they don’t affect the dentin.

As people age, their enamel can become thinner, a result of decades of wear and tear. The thinner the enamel, the more likely the yellowish dentin shows through. That’s why older people often have yellowed teeth. Bleaching products won’t help in this situation because they don’t affect the dentin.

Cost of whitening at dentist’s office. The average cost of in-office teeth whitening is $650, although it can climb to $1,000 or more, depending on the type of product used and how much your dentist charges. In many cases, in-office teeth whitening pays off. The Opalescence Go offers the same results at a fraction of the cost.

Because Colgate Whitening strips contain only minuscule amounts of whitening agents such as hydrogen or carbamide peroxide the results are barely noticeable, although they are good at removing any surface stains. Professional whitening kits contain a higher concentration of hydrogen peroxide which significantly improves results.

As the saliva increases, it may react with the hydrogen peroxide in the tray and create a “foam.” This is a natural reaction and is not cause for concern.  The tray will not cause any adverse effects or damage if swallowed.