The SpaWhite Express
SpaWhite Express has been scientifically formulated to achieve visible whitening results in as little as 20 minutes, presented in a PH neutral balanced formula which reduces enamel erosion, gum irritation and tooth sensitivity. SpaWhite Express removes surface stains from teeth using a patented foam suspension peroxide delivery system and DayLight 5K light. Developed to combat the effects of acidic and strongly pigmented food, drink, tobacco, as well as normal aging – all of which cause discoloration.
- Instant Results in as little as 20 Minutes
- Up to 6 Shades Brighter
- Enamel Safe
- LITTLE or NO Sensitivity
FIVE SpaWhite Express Whitening Elements:
Carbamide Peroxide | When pH neutral carbamide peroxide combines with the moisture in your mouth, it releases hydroxyl radicals that gently penetrate the cellular structure of the teeth to release stains that have built up over time.
Light | Exposing your teeth and the suspended peroxide to the LED lights of the WSWW INC’s Daylight 5K light accelerates the conversion of hydrogen peroxide into powerful, whitening hydroxyl radicals. Our flexible mouth tray acts as a lens to focus the light.
Pressure | Pressure and contact are required to force hydroxyl radicals into the enamel of your teeth. Once inserted in the flexible mouth tray, mild pressure conforms the patented peroxide strip to the shape of your teeth.
Heat | Heat is applied via the exclusive WSWW INC’s Daylight 5K light system. Barely noticeable to you, the Daylight 5K light assists in releasing the powerful hydroxyl radicals.
Exposure | Length of exposure is key to effective whitening. WSWW INC’s revolutionary technology will brighten your smile in as little as 30 minutes, with incredible results.
SpaWhite Express Key Facts:
SpaWhite Express is for natural teeth and whitens by removing stains, not “adding” whitening. Teeth cannot get whiter then they were when the permanent teeth came in, or in the case of synthetic tooth structures, when they were installed.
If you have veneers, composite fillings, implants or other synthetic tooth structures, SpaWhite Express will remove surface stains but their base color will remain as they were when they were when installed. If your natural teeth are grayish in color, have multiple colorations, or are stained from drugs (like tetracycline or nicotine), your teeth may require multiple treatments to achieve best results.
Tingling or slight gum sensitivity is normal and not harmful to gums or enamel. Blanching (or whitening) of the gums is common and normal. It is a temporary reaction due to the antiseptic nature of hydrogen peroxide and not harmful to teeth or gums.
The SpaWhite Premium Silver
SpaWhite Premium Silver uses the same gel formulations a SpaWhite Express but has a more comprehensive application procedure lasting 35 minutes for two treatments. Druing the first 15 minute pre-treatment, the client inserts the cheek retractor and paints their teeth with the specially formulated gel pen. Once painted, their teeth is exposed to our Day 5 Dental Light. You then rinse and a second 20 minute treatment is applied following the SpaWhite Express Treatment.
WhiteICE is intended as a maintenance product. It’s an antidote to exposure to foods that stain teeth. However, many patients find the use of WhiteICE actually continues and improves the whitening process over time. For best results, use WhiteICE in conjunction with a primary whitening treatment like SpaWhite , SolarWhite or Artiste.
When used as directed, you should get about 20 upper and lower applications per stick.
Daily use is recommended on upper and lower teeth and is normally sufficient to maintain whitening.
Rinsing and brushing is not necessary after using WhiteICE, as it dissolves naturally with your saliva, leaving your mouth clean and fresh. However, if you choose to rinse or brush, you should wait at least 10 minutes.
On rare occasions users may experience heartburn, indigestion, gum irritation or tooth sensitivity. If you experience any of these symptoms discontinue use of WhiteICE and contact your physician or dentist. They symptoms can be indications of illness that may require professional intervention.