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Desensitizing Gel For Sensitive Teeth

Pre-treatment, Used After Whitening To Prevent Tooth Sensitivity

Original Price: $49.95
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3 Syringes (3ml ea)
6 Syringes (3ml ea)
9 Syringes (3ml ea)
NOTE: Desensitizing gel should be used after using our whitening gel (in order to prevent tooth sensitivity). Desensitizing gel does not whiten your teeth.
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If You Suffer From Sensitive Teeth, Your Troubles Are Over!

Teeth Desensitizer Eliminates Tooth Sensitivity Prior To Tooth Bleaching

Everyone wants a beautiful, white smile but some teeth are just too sensitive for the process. Even whitening strips caused discomfort. Not anymore! With Smile Brilliant's professional desensitizing gel, tooth pain is a thing of the past. Every syringe of our premium product offers 3-4 treatments prior to your teeth whitening sessions. Simply use your custom-fitted trays with this product for 15-30 minutes after whitening your teeth. The desensitizing gel temporarily seals micro-fractures and pores in your tooth's enamel. This eliminates the opportunity for teeth whitening gel to penetrate into the more sensitive dentin beneath your enamel. People with sensitive teeth can now enjoy a beautiful new smile without the pain!

3 syringes (3ml ea = 9ml total) desensitizing gelGood for 9 to 12 treatments
6 syringes (3ml ea = 18ml total) desensitizing gelGood for 18 to 24 treatments
9 syringes (3ml ea = 27ml total) desensitizing gelGood for 27 to 36 treatments

Eliminate the tooth sensitivity and get that white smile you’ve always wanted. Smile Brilliant teeth sensitivity gel is sold in packs of 3, 6, or 9 syringes. Buy more and save! Desensitizing gel is guaranteed fresh and comes with a 2 year shelf life. Use it prior to whitening your teeth or even for tooth sensitivity during hot or cold drinks.


Sensitive Teeth? No Problem!

Tooth Desensitizing Gel Eliminates Tooth Sensitivity During Teeth Whitening

Don't let sensitive teeth keep you from a beautiful new smile. Smile Brilliant offers premium desensitizing gel to dramatically reduce tooth sensitivity. Our unique blend is a a sustained release, 5% potassium nitrate and .15% sodium fluoride (by weight), "sticky gel" formula. Our desensitizing gel product is designed to be used in conjunction with your custom whitening trays after your teeth whitening session.

Sensitivity is a result of tooth dehydration. When teeth whitening gel comes in contact with a tooth it causes the pores in the enamel to open so that the gel can flow in and remove the deeply embedded stains. As a result of these opened pores, the tooth may become dehydrated (which can cause sensitivity). The sensitivity will persist until the tooth re-hydrates.

By using Smile Brilliant's Desensitizing Gel for 10-15 minutes after each whitening application, your teeth will quickly re-hydrate and the pores will close faster. Your tooth sensitivity will be prevented or reduced to a more tolerable level.

Purchase 1 syringe of desensitizing gel for every syringe of teeth whitening gel - use after tooth bleaching
Each 3ml syringe is equal to 3 syringes of competitor productssave up to 70%
Effective for teeth whitening or general tooth sensitivity issues
2 year shelf life!

Not to be used by pregnant women. Contact poison control if large volume is swallowed


How Much Teeth Sensitivity Gel Do I Need?

Tooth desensitizing gel by Smile Brilliant comes in 3ml syringes. Each syringe is good for 3-4 treatments after whitening your teeth. We recommend purchasing 1 syringe of desensitizer for each syringe of Smile Brilliant whitening gel you purchase. Since the product comes with a 2 year shelf life, purchase more and save. We offer convenient 3, 6, and 9 packs.

Our product is guaranteed effective and comes with a money back guarantee. If you are not completely satisfied with the way your teeth feel after your whitening sessions, simply return the product for a full refund. We are so confident that you will feel a dramatic difference, we are willing to put our money where your mouth is!


How do I know if I need desensitizing gel?

It's estimated 66% of all people experience tooth sensitivity to some degree; however, the severity varies by person. If you periodically experience tooth sensitivity with hot and cold beverages then it is likely you will benefit from our desensitizing gel.

What causes sensitive teeth?

Sensitive teeth have always been one of the biggest reasons people go to the dentist. Even though teeth have a very strong outer shell (called enamel), they still find ways to crack, wear down, and chip off.

There are many causes of sensitive teeth. A few common reason include: brushing your teeth too harshly, eating too many acidic foods, drinking too much soda pop, grinding, or chipping off a piece of your tooth.

When it comes to teeth whitening or bleaching, don't be alarmed if you experience sensitivity a few hours after treatment (usually in your smaller teeth). This sensitivity is largely due to the fact that the peroxide (bleaching agent) has reached the nerves in your tooth. This is common, and normally goes away within after 24 - 48 hours.

What do I do if I am suffering from sensitive teeth?

Good brushing and flossing are the cornerstones of any healthy mouth. But even that isn't always good enough - sometimes, despite our best efforts, our diets of over-processed foods can degrade our hard work.

One easy solution is to try our desensitizing gel. Apply the gel to your custom-fitted mouth trays and leave it on your teeth for a few minutes. The gel seeps in through the pores of your enamel and sooths the pain. If you suffer from sensitive teeth but want to undergo a teeth whitening procedure, this is far and away the best course of action.

Otherwise, it's all about prevention. Eat lots of natural foods that strengthen your teeth. Anything rich in calcium (cheese, milk), fluoride (fish, green tea), and phosphorus (fish, eggs and meat) are also strong allies. Desensitizing toothpaste, like Sensodyne, is also recommended. There are so many solutions and ways to prevent the problem, there's no reason you should live in pain.


Using SmileBrilliant! Desensitizing Gel

Step 1:  Remove Desensitizing Gel Syringe Tip
Grip the desensitizing gel syringe tip tight and twist the cap off as shown in the image to the left.
The cap which has been removed from the desensitizing gel syringe tip has been broken and is no longer useful so discard it.
Step 2:  Apply Gel To Whitening Trays
Apply a string of desensitizing gel to the front inner surface of your upper and lower teeth bleaching trays as shown in the image to the left.
Another option is dotting each tooth with the desensitizing gel; however, we recommend one long string because it ensures the gel gets in the crevices of the teeth.

It is NOT necessary to apply desensitizing gel to the bottom or back side of the trays since you will not be whitening those areas. If you only have one or several teeth that become sensitive you may opt to only apply gel to those teeth.

You should only use approximately 1/2 ml (1/6th of a syringe) of tooth desensitizing gel per teeth whitening tray. Smaller mouths may require a little less.
Step 3:  Insert Trays
Insert trays in a forward pressing motion.
When inserting the tray on your teeth keep in mind that you want to avoid pressing all of the gel to the bottom of the tray. Trays should be inserted in a forward pressing motion. Not a downward dragging motion.

The forward press will cause the gel to spread (which is desirable) on the front surface of the teeth which is the portion of the tooth you will be whitening (that may become sensitive).
Step 4:  Duration & Frequency?
The suggested use for the desensitizing application is a minimum of 10-15 minutes, directly following each whitening application. Additional applications of the desensitizing gel can be used multiple times throughout the day or night as needed.
It is best to whiten and desensitize just before bed, this promotes optimal results and makes it easier not to eat/drink immediately after applications.

NOTE: For extreme sensitivity issues, the desensitizing gel can be used directly before and after whitening applications. The use of the gel prior to whitening applications may slow the whitening results.
Dont brush teeth after using decensitizing gel
Step 5:  Do NOT Rinse or Brush!
Spit out the remaining gel. Do NOT rinse your mouth following removal of the trays! The gel replenishes essential vitamins and minerals lost during whitening treatment, and reduces the instance of re-staining following whitening procedures. Constant saliva contact to the teeth is necessary for the finalization of this process. Refrain from the consumption of food or beverage for a minimum of 30 minutes.
Trays should be rinsed with cold water, dried with a cotton tip applicator and stored in case provided.
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