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The following procedure is flexible and could be customised by the dentist depending on patient’s needs. For best results use tooth whitening gel for two Stainless Smile® is a dentist administered tooth whitening system that results in whiter, healthier and younger looking teeth. Stainless Smile® tooth whitening is manufactured by Maestro according to the strict requirements of ISO13485:2003 Remove Stainless Smile® Kit from refrigeration 30 minutes prior The Stainless Smile® formula is patented and its triple mode of desensitizing enables a more comfortable whitening treatment by minimizing sensitivity. It Use Stainless Smile® Shade Guide to assess initial teeth shade and contains hyaluronic acid that chemically seals the dentinal tubules, sodium fluoride that blocks the tubules by precipitation and potassium nitrate that causes Smear a small amount of Stainless Smile whitening gel onto the the tubules to shrink, thus preventing the peroxide radicals from entering the internal front face of the customized whitening tray. pulpal chamber that cause sensitivity. Hyaluronic acid’s ability to retain water Insert the tray in the mouth over the teeth. Wipe off any excess material from the gum using a soft tissue. Wear the tray with gel for 30 minutes, once a day for 10-14 days Do not eat or drink anything while wearing the tray. High water content that prevents dehydration After treatment, remove tray and rinse mouth with lukewarm Natural and synthetic soothers of high molecular weight water. Do not rinse with hot water as it causes sensitivity. Clean the tray with water and a toothbrush. Dry tray before Use Stainless Smile® Shade Guide to judge your progress. Store between 2o-8o C or 35o-45o F when not in use. Keep away from high heat and direct sunlight. When stored correctly Stainless Smile® Tooth Whitening Gel has Teeth stained from drinking tea, coffee, dark colas, wine etc. Teeth darkened from ingestion of medication such as tetracycline Maestro Dental & Cosmetics Pty Ltd, 2/18-20 Redland Drive, Mitcham Vic 3132, Australia,,Tel +61 3 9874 3993 Do not use on teeth with debris on the surface. Teeth must be This document was reviewed 13th September, 2012. Do not apply whitening gel after placing restoration, whiten teeth first then wait two weeks before placing aesthetic restoration Do not consume any food or drink that contains strong colours Not recommended for patients who are pregnant or lactating Not recommended for patients with known allergies to peroxide or glycol Do not smoke during or immediately after the tooth whitening process Remove Stainless Smile® Kit from refrigeration 30 minutes prior to treatment. In the event of sensitivity or any other problems remove tray, rinse mouth and brush teeth. Discontinue treatment and consult your dentist immediately. In this case Stainless Smile® Desensitizer Gel with higher dose of Hyaluronic Acid may be used before or after treatment for 60 seconds. In case of accidental eye contact, wash immediately with copious amounts of water and seek medical advice. Avoid consumption of acidic food/drink, such as citrus fruit and juices, tomatoes etc. for 48 hours. Avoid tobacco, coffee, tea, dark colas, wine and any coloured food for 48 hours after treatment as these substances may re-stain the teeth. Some enamel stains may not respond to treatment.


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