How to Use Opalescence Treswhite Supreme

By Carrie Perles

Opalescence Treswhite Supreme is a tooth whitening product composed of pre-filled gel trays. The trays are touted as being non-toxic and safe for tooth enamel, as well as for lacking the negative taste of other whitening products. In addition, the trays whiten all of the teeth, as opposed to many other products that whiten just the front teeth. Using Opalescence Treswhite Supreme is an easy way to whiten your teeth quickly.

Opalescence Treswhite Supreme is a tooth whitening product composed of pre-filled gel trays. The trays are touted as being non-toxic and safe for tooth enamel, as well as for lacking the negative taste of other whitening products. In addition, the trays whiten all of the teeth, as opposed to many other products that whiten just the front teeth. Using Opalescence Treswhite Supreme is an easy way to whiten your teeth quickly.

Remove the tray (made of an internal and external piece) from the package and align it correctly over your teeth.

Gently suck on the tray to create suction, so that the tray will adhere to your teeth.

Detach the external part of the tray from the internal part of the tray, being careful not to pull off both at once.

Tap gently on the remaining part of the tray to ensure that it is securely attached to your teeth. Leave it in place for 30 to 60 minutes.

Remove the tray from your mouth and cleanse your teeth of excess gel by brushing as necessary.

Repeat this process for 5 to 10 days until you see the desired results.

Tip

Refrigerate the product for a longer shelf life (12 months instead of 6 months).

Warning

Discuss the use of this product with your dentist.

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About the Author

Keren (Carrie) Perles is a freelance writer with professional experience in publishing since 2004. Perles has written, edited and developed curriculum for educational publishers. She writes online articles about various topics, mostly about education or parenting, and has been a mother, teacher and tutor for various ages. Perles holds a Bachelor of Arts in English communications from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.

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