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Home-care Whitening

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Premium take-home whitening in 3 easy steps at an unbelievable price

STEP 1 - No patient wants tooth sensitivity!

Step 1 includes the most advanced and innovative toothpaste, X-PUR Remin. The main ingredient in this premium toothpaste is nano medical hydroxyapatite, a substance identical to the naturally occurring hydroxyapatite found in our teeth (97% of enamel and 70% of dentin).

The unique advantages of using X-PUR Remin before, during and after a whitening treatment:11
• Offer a protective coating beyond comparison over exposed dentinal tubules, providing quick and effective relief from refractory tooth hypersensitivity.
• Provide a unique improvement of tooth whiteness and gloss12 by offering minerals to repair surface crevices. It restores, smoothes and gives translucency to the enamel, improving its gloss and true color. X-PUR Remin is not as abrasive (low abrasivity of 60) as a whitening agent in the sense of scrubbing or bleaching the teeth.

 

x-pur remin box

Step 2 – All patients want a quick whitening action!

Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) is the fastest whitening gel available. Just a few days after beginning Step 2, your patients will already notice a significant improvement in the whiteness of their smile.

Step 2 includes 2 x 1.2 ml purple syringes
(Regular: 9% / Light: 6%) — Hydrogen Peroxide.

 

x-pur pro-synergix silver syringes

Step 3 – All patients want their white smile to last!

In Step 3, your patients will use carbamide peroxide (CH6N2O3) to maximize the longevity of their whitening results. The longer the whitening gel is in contact with the teeth, the longer the results will last (to be used during daytime or overnight).

Step 3 includes: 4 x 3 ml silver syringes
(Regular: 16% / Light: 10%) — Carbamide Peroxide.

 

x-pur pro-synergix purple syringes

*System includes

• 2 x 1.2 ml Hydrogen Peroxide syringes (Regular: 9% / Light: 6%)
• 4 x 3 ml Carbamide Peroxide syringes (Regular: 16% / Light: 10%)
• X-PUR Remin toothpaste (70g)
• Tray material
• Tray case
• Patient instructions

Touch-ups

• XP-PXTU16-2: 2-pack syringes (16% Carbamide Peroxide)
• XP-PXTU22-2: 2-pack syringes (22% Carbamide Peroxide)
• XP-PXHPTU6%-25: 25-bulk syringes (6% Hydrogen Peroxide)
• XP-PXHPTU9%-25: 25-bulk syringes (9% Hydrogen Peroxide)
• XP-PXCPTU10%-25: 25-bulk syringes (10% Carbamide Peroxide)
• XP-PXCPTU16%-25: 25-bulk syringes (16% Carbamide Peroxide)

 

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References

  1. AMAECHI et al, Remineralization of Early Caries by a Nano-Hydroxyapatite Dentifrice, The Journal of Clinical Dentistry, 22(5), 139-143, 2011. [download]
  2. AMAECHI et al, Remineralization of Early Caries by a Nano-Hydroxyapatite Dentifrice, The Journal of Clinical Dentistry, 22(5), 139-143, 2011. [download]
  3. KANI et al, The Effect of Apatite-containing Dentifrices on Artificial Caries Lesions, The Journal of Dental Health 38, 364-366, 1988. [download]
  4. AMAECHI et al, Remineralization of Early Caries by a Nano-Hydroxyapatite Dentifrice, The Journal of Clinical Dentistry, 22(5), 139-143, 2011. [download]
  5. NISHIMURA et al, Demineralized Enamel Surface Microstructure after Brushing Using Toothpaste Containing Medical Hydroxyapatite under FE-SEM Observation, The Journal of Japanese Stomatological Society, 48(3), 199-210, 1999. [download]
  6. ARAKAWA et al, Reduction of Oral Mutans streptococci by Small-Crystals, 82nd General Session & Exhibition of the IADR, March 10-13, 2004. [download]
  7. ARAKAWA et al, Reduction of Oral Mutans Streptococci by Small Crystal Hydroxyapatite, The Journal of Dental Research, Vol. 83, 2036, Honolulu Abstracts, 2004. [download]
  8. AMAECHI et al, Remineralization of Early Caries by a Nano-Hydroxyapatite Dentifrice, The Journal of Clinical Dentistry, 22(5), 139-143, 2011. [download]
  9. ARAKAWA et al, Reduction of Oral Mutans Streptococci by Small Crystal Hydroxyapatite, Journal of Dental Research Vol. 81, A200-1478, San Diego Abstracts, 2002. [download]
  10. ARAKAWA et al, Adsorption Effect of Hydroxyapatite to Oral Streptococci, Journal of Dental Research, Vol. 83, 2036, Honolulu Abstracts, 2004. [download]
  11. KONDO et al, Study of Streptococcus Mutans Adherence to Hydroxyapatite, The Journal of Dental Health, Vol. 49, 614-615, 1999. [Article in Japanese]
  12. ARAKAWA et al, Reduction of Oral Mutans Streptococci by Small Crystal Hydroxyapatite, The Journal of Dental Research, Vol. 83, 2036, Honolulu Abstracts, 2004. [download]
  13. OHTA et al, Occlusion of Dentinal Tubules by Nano-Hydroxyapatite, The Journal of Dental Research, Vol 86, Special Issue A (New Orleans Abstract), 2007. [download]
  14. GUO et al, Effect of Hydroxyapatite Toothpaste on Vital Tooth Color, The Journal of Dental Research, Vol. 81, 1964, San Diego Abstracts, 2002. [download]