The Apa White Duo is an at-home teeth whitening system from renowned cosmetic dentist Dr. Michael Apa. The breakthrough combination of White Films and White Pen work together. The White Pen goes to work while the White Films mold seamlessly to your teeth to deliver a second round of whitening action. Portable and easy to use, it allows you to whiten at your convenience, whether at home or on the go.
Also included is the fluoride-free White Toothpaste, formulated with ultrapolish technology that helps scrub off stains.
How do I use it: Brush teeth with water to remove any debris before starting each daily whitening treatment.
Twist White Pen to dispense gel. Apply a thin layer of gel to your top teeth, fronts only, avoiding your gums. Use an agitating or vibrating motion on each tooth for five seconds. This movement will activate the whitening ingredients in the gel. Try to keep teeth dry while applying, and keep your mouth open after you finish to avoid disturbing the gel with saliva.
Remove the seal and peel White Film from its tray by grasping the corner of the film and pulling upward. The whitening side will be facing up. Place over your top teeth, starting with front side of teeth and folding to the back side, pressing firmly on chewing surfaces of teeth for maximum results. Repeat White Pen and White Film steps for bottom teeth.
For best results, wear White Films for 90 minutes. Do not exceed two hours or tooth sensitivity and gum discomfort may occur. To remove, rinse mouth vigorously with warm water to loosen the films. Peel from the top corner down and discard. Brush or rinse away any remaining gel. Repeat for five consecutive days. If any tooth sensitivity occurs, stop using for one day and then continue use.
Squeeze White Toothpaste to apply a pea-size drop on a toothbrush. After brushing, rinse mouth with water. For best results, brush teeth at least twice a day. Discontinue and consult your dentist if irritation occurs.
From Apa Beauty.
- One 0.14-fl oz White Pen
- One 4.2-fl oz White Toothpaste
- 10 White Films