Achieve a Brighter Smile With This In-Home Teeth Whitening Kit
An in-home teeth whitening system utilizing professional grade technology for swift results.
Unless you're a non-smoker and have a deep aversion to coffee, tea, and wine, it's likely your teeth are not quite as white as you want them to be. With all the teeth-staining food and beverages you consume regularly, it's difficult to maintain a set of pearly whites, even if you commit to consistent brushing and flossing. If you want to brighten up your smile but don’t want to deal with long dentist appointments, the NUOVAWHITE Professional Teeth Whitening System can help you achieve a gleaming white smile fast, all within the comfort of your own home.
This whitening kit uses blue LED waves similar to an in-office dental treatment. Combined with a Kosher-certified and cruelty-free whitening gel, NUOVAWHITE delivers a dental-grade teeth bleaching experience, lifting stubborn stains without being too abrasive for use on sensitive teeth. The professional-grade technology revitalizes, desensitizes, and strengthens tooth enamel after each teeth whitening session, and allows it to actively remineralize even in the presence of fluorides, calcium, and phosphate. The whole process is easy, fast, and virtually painless.
The whitening set includes an upper and lower custom fit mouth tray, 10 ML syringe, 12% hydrogen peroxide whitening gel, enamel booster applicator pen with a brush tip, post whitener remineralizing gel, maintenance pen, and blue LED accelerator teeth whitening light. It also includes an on-the-go tooth whitening brush tip applicator for use when you don't have time to complete the full routine. The entire kit lasts for 20 to 25 treatments, and you'll immediately see results after the very first application.
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