Whitening gel based on sodium perborate and hydrogen peroxide at 20% for non-vital teeth.
Excellent consistency: paste with ideal viscosity after handling.
Versatility: mixing in the ideal proportions for use (2:1 or 1:1)
Versatility: It can be mixed with hydrogen peroxide (that comes with the product), with distilled water, or with saline.
Excellent consistency: Ideal viscosity after handling. It can be mixed in the proportion of 1 part of powder for 1 part of liquid or 2 parts of powder for 1 part of liquid.
Alkaline ph: Minimizes side effects.
For whitening of non-vital teeth via application and maintenance inside the pulp chamber (walking bleach technique).
Before starting treatment, read carefully the warnings, precautions, contraindications and possible side effects.
Make sure (both clinically and by X-Ray) that the endodontic treatment is adequate. Record the shade of the tooth to be whitened using a shade guide and/or photograph prior to beginning whitening.
Make the access to the pulp chamber, removing all restoration materials and exposing the canals inlet with gutta percha.
Having cleaned the pulp chamber, deepen the canal’s entry by removing approximately 3mm of filling to make the cervical sealing aiming at avoiding the whitener to go into the root canal and spreading towards the periodontal. We recommend cervical sealing to be made using glass ionomers or fluid composite.4
Prepare the paste of Whiteness Perborate. The proper rate to obtain enough quantity to fill one cavity is 1 powder spoon to 1 drop of liquid.