- How do I keep my teeth whiter?
- Where should I store this product?
- Can I use REMBRANDT® DEEPLY WHITE® 2 Hour Whitening Kit if I have gum disease?
- Can I use REMBRANDT® DEEPLY WHITE® 2 Hour Whitening Kit if I have dental work?
- How long will the whitening results last?
- After whitening, my gums or teeth have white spots? Are these harmful?
- What if my teeth and gums are experiencing sensitivity?
To maintain your white teeth, use REMBRANDT® DEEPLY WHITE® 2 Hour Whitening Kit as directed every 6 months or as needed. To keep a healthy-looking, white smile, brush regularly with REMBRANDT® DEEPLY WHITE® + Peroxide Fresh Mint Toothpaste and rinse with REMBRANDT® DEEPLY WHITE® + Peroxide Whitening Mouthwash.
Store in a cool, dry place.
If you have gum disease, or receding gums, you should consult a dentist before using this product.
If you have dental work, consult your dentist before using. REMBRANDT® DEEPLY WHITE® 2 Hour Whitening Kit will only whiten natural teeth. It will NOT whiten caps, crowns, veneers, fillings, bridges or dentures. You should not expect any damage to restorative work from using this product. Do not use while wearing overnight dental appliances.
Teeth eventually lose their whiteness after treatment due to pigmentations from food or drink. The actual amount of time varies by person and diet. Brush with REMBRANDT® whitening toothpaste twice a day, as your everyday toothpaste to maintain your smile.
No, the spots are not harmful. The active whitening agent in the REMBRANDT® DEEPLY WHITE® 2 Hour Whitening Kit sometimes results in white spots that are short term and typically vanish within a few hours of whitening. Do not brush these areas with your toothbrush as this may irritate your gum tissue.
Use of whitening gel can cause tooth sensitivity or irritation of the gums. It is temporary and usually goes away within a few hours to a few days; then you can begin whitening again. If the problem persists, please consult your dentist. To avoid sensitivity do not exceed the recommended amount of gel in the tray—use only a thin ribbon.