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Opalescence Go™

Prefilled Whitening Trays - 10% & 15% Hydrogen Peroxide

Opalescence Go take-home whitening system is recommended for patients looking for professional whitening to go or as an alternative to over-the-counter whitening products. With no impressions, models, or lab time required, Opalescence Go whitening trays are also a perfect follow-up to in-office whitening.

  • Unique UltraFit™ tray material offers a remarkably comfortable fit and easily conforms to any patient’s smile
  • Molar-to-molar coverage whitens the entire smile
  • Opalescence Go whitening gel is designed to maximize patient comfort
  • Convenient prefilled trays can be worn right out of the package
  • Optimal gel quantity allows easy cleanup after whitening
  • 10% - wear 30–60 minutes for 5–10 days; 15% - wear 15–20 minutes for 5–10 days
  • Opalescence Go tooth whitening gel contains PF (potassium nitrate and fluoride)
  • Available in Mint and Melon flavors
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Technical Details

Unmatched Quality

The names Opalescence teeth whitening and Ultradent are synonymous with quality. All of our research and development is done in house. So is our manufacturing and quality control. This allows us to guide and oversee the entire process from the time an Opalescence whitening innovation is conceived to the time it s created and packaged for shipping. We have met the strictest standards, and our facility is FDA registered and ISO 13485 certified. All of this ensures every product performs exactly as it s supposed to for you and for your patients.

Superior Stability

Opalescence teeth whitening products are among the most stable whitening products in the industry, each maintaining virtually all of its effectiveness over the course of its shelf life. Because delivery times vary depending on the location of each particular dental office, Opalescence whitening products are formulated with transit time in mind. Although shelf life is ultimately dependent on how each product is stored, our teeth whiteners will remain stable even after being shipped across the country1.

Formulated with High Water Content

Many whitening products on the market dehydrate teeth, resulting in uncomfortable sensitivity for patients. Opalescence Go teeth whitening gel contains high water content to help prevent teeth dehydration. This high water content also helps to reduce shade relapse, maximizing patient satisfaction.

Sweetened with Xylitol

Opalescence Go teeth whitening gel is sweetened with xylitol which may reduce the risk of tooth decay.

Contains PF

Opalescence Go teeth whitening gel contains PF (potassium nitrate and fluoride) for patient comfort.

Made in the USA from Globally Sourced Materials

Opalescence teeth whitening gels, trays, syringes, and toothpastes are manufactured at Ultradent's facility in Utah from globally sourced materials. By purchasing products manufactured in the USA, you are supporting our nation's economy and helping to provide jobs to hundreds of Americans who take pride in what they do.

Clinicals

Before and After Opalescence Go Whitening

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Before. (Photo courtesy of Carol Jent, RDH)

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After the use of one Opalescence Go whitening patient kit (10 trays total). (Photo courtesy of Carol Jent, RDH)

Procedures

Opalescence Go Whitening Patient Step by Step

See Instructions for Use for complete instructions, warnings, and precautions.

Step 1

Remove product from package.
“U” – Upper whitening tray
“L” – Lower whitening tray

Step 2

Position upper tray on teeth.

Step 3

Bite firmly, then suck on tray for 2 seconds.

Step 4

Remove colored outer tray, leaving the white inner tray on teeth. Repeat the process for the lower tray.

Step 5

After indicated wear time, remove whitening trays and brush teeth.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How does whitening work?

    Peroxide gels break down into water, oxygen, and free radicals, which in turn oxidizes the bonds of colored molecules that cause tooth discoloration.

    Free radicals are able to migrate throughout the tooth, so there is no need for the entire tooth to be in contact with whitening agent for the entire tooth to be whitened.

  • Will whitening affect bond strength?

    Even though whitening agents release a great amount of oxygen into the tooth, existing bonds are not weakened.2,3

    If whitening before bonding, allow a period of 7–10 days after whitening. The high concentration of oxygen in the tooth could significantly and adversely affect polymerization of the resins.4,5
  • How long do whitening results last?

    Whitening results are very stable, but depending on the patient’s nutrition and lifestyle habits, the procedure may need to be redone periodically. Due to the safety of the whitening agents, this should not concern the dentist or patient.
  • Will tooth whitening cause sensitivity?

    Tooth sensitivity can occur as a result of whitening. If sensitivity occurs, it is transient and disappears after the completion of whitening treatments. If desensitizing treatments are desired, we recommend the use of UltraEZ desensitizing gel or Enamelast fluoride varnish. Opalescence Whitening Toothpaste Sensitivity Formula can also be used to help to prevent or lessen sensitivity if it occurs.
  1. Data on file.
  2. Klukowska M, White DJ, Kozak KM, Zoladz JR, Baker RA, Garcia-Godoy F, et al. Effect of bleach on microleakage of Class V composite restorations. J Dent Res. 85(Spec Iss B):0035, 2006 (www.dentalresearch.org).
  3. Angerame D, Garaffa S, Maglione M, Di Lenarda R, De Stefano Dorigo E. Effect of in-office bleaching on Class V composite restorations seal. J Dent Res. 84(Spec Iss A):3013, 2005 (www.dentalresearch.org).
  4. Wilson D, Xu C, Hong L, Wang Y. Effects of clinical factors during tooth whitening on enamel. J Dent Res. 86(Spec Iss A):2632, 2007 (www.dentalresearch.org).
  5. Lim B-S, Ryu I, Lee Y-K, Rhee S-H, Yang H-C, Ahn S-J et al. Effect of bleaching agent on shear bond strength to dentin. J Dent Res. 85(Spec Iss B):0036, 2006 (www.dentalresearch.org).