Remineralization Gel – 5 Syringes of Gel. Remineralizing and Reduces Teeth Sensitivity After Teeth Whitening Treatment

By | November 14, 2016

Remineralization Gel – 5 Syringes of Gel. Remineralizing and Reduces Teeth Sensitivity After Teeth Whitening Treatment



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  • Comes back important vitamin supplements for you teeth.
  • Reduces teeth susceptibility.
  • Strengthens tooth enamel.
  • Essential to be used after teeth whitening treatments.
  • Contains Sodium Fluoride- Proven to remineralise tiny hidden lesions.

Remineralization Gel Revitalizes and Desensitize enamel after teeth whitening. *Allows the enamel to actively remineralize it self inside existence of fluorides, calcium and phosphate. *Strengthens tooth enamel – shown to remineralize tiny hidden lesions. *Revitalize enamel after the Teeth Bleaching process. *Easy to put on. Place in the mouth area trays for 5 minutes for best outcomes. *Can be applied before going to sleep to give you comprehensive evening reminerilization. *Contains small amounts of sodium fluoride – The fluoride binds other minerals to your enamel. *Contains all of the elements necessary for the remineralization process in decalcified teeth.

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  1. Amazon Customer
    135 of 145 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    WOW! The relief is real!, June 30, 2014
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    Amazon Customer (Weatherford, TX United States) –

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    This review is from: Remineralization Gel – 5 Syringes of Gel. Remineralizing and Reduces Teeth Sensitivity After Teeth Whitening Treatment (Health and Beauty)
    Prior to starting my whitening process, I had expressed concern to my dentist about sensitivity. I’d had a bad experience many years ago with OTC whitening strips and hoped to avoid any problems. My dentist prescribed me a special toothpaste to use for a couple weeks before starting, but had failed to tell me that I should not rinse (even with water) immediately after using it. That was my routine and I didn’t know any better. In spite of three weeks on the special toothpaste, I had zero benefit from it… of course I didn’t know this until after my first whitening session.

    I started my whitening process on Tuesday evening, using Opalescence 15 PF. By Wednesday morning, I was miserable. I started doing my own research for relief options and came upon this product. I ordered the same day and was fortunate to have to product in hand by Friday evening. It was perfect timing. The sensitivity had gotten better by Thursday evening, so I had whitened again and was again in pain on Friday. I was able to use the gel immediately and although it wasn’t complete instant relief, it made a huge difference in my level of discomfort. I repeated the treatment on Saturday morning for added relief. I have now whitened every night since then and followed it up with about 20 mins (the instructions recommended 5) of the re-mineralization gel. The active ingredient is 1% fluoride and the minty flavor is pleasant. As with the toothpaste, I spit it out after use; I do not rinse or drink anything for at least thirty minutes. The first day, I still had very mild sensitivity and now it is gone completely. I would definitely recommend this product!

    From my research, I learned that there are special calcium based toothpastes that will actually heal / seal the holes in the dentin, but they are not available OTC in the US yet. (Search Colgate Pro-Argin) Fortunately I will be visiting Canada soon and plan to pick some up. Regardless, I will never whiten again without having this re-mineralization gel on hand.

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  2. Purgandi Dracointerfectorem
    23 of 24 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Relieved my sensitive teeth over the long term. No longer need special toothpaste., July 15, 2016
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    Purgandi Dracointerfectorem (Upper Midwest) –

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    Prior to using this remineralization gel, I used every tooth sensitivity toothpaste product on the market. As a teen, I had to buy my own things, and thought that a harder toothbrush would get my teeth cleaner. There was no warning that it could damage enamel, so the unintended consequence was that I ended up with both enamel loss and painful areas along the gums, too. The gums retreated a bit from the harder brushing, just enough to expose a few painful areas. My teeth became so sensitive that I could not tolerate any temperature changes. It hurt my teeth not only to eat or drink hot or cold (enough that I didn’t), it also hurt to breathe in cold air. The toothpastes helped, lessening the pain, though the relief was short-lived. I had to keep using the toothpaste to dampen the pain.

    This remineralization gel is often marketed to use after whitening teeth. I do not whiten my teeth, I used the gel to heal my teeth from the damage of long ago. I first came across the concept of a remineralization paste more than 10 years ago. At that time, there was a different product from overseas. Regardless of how long the instructions said to keep the gel on my teeth, I kept it on as long as I possibly could. At first, I didn’t have the trays that fit on your teeth to hold the gel there. To get some, I purchased a whitening kit that had the whitening substance on trays. I washed all that product off and used those trays. They were flat styrofoam, and by disinfecting them well I was able to use them for a while. Eventually I came across the thermo-molding type of bite trays, used by some athletes for protection. I starting using those, and did all that I could to maximize the benefit from gel. When I could, I used it all day and/or all night. If I could not have the tooth trays on, I would take a little of the gel on my finger and rub it on the worst spots. My teeth had become translucent, and with time the gel made them less so. It also made them less sensitive, and unlike the toothpaste, it lasted! Of course, I also gave up most things that could be damaging to my teeth, such as acidic drinks. If I did have anything like that, I used a straw, and learned that I should wait a bit before brushing, as the acid softens the enamel and brushing right away does more damage than waiting until later. I also improved my diet, and became more consistent with vitamins and mineral supplements. It was the remineralization paste, though, that helped my teeth to heal in the first place. Over time, I forgot all about it! I no longer needed the special toothpaste, I could drink hot and cold beverages, etc. After a few years I felt some sensitivity developing again, and learned that the price of that other paste had skyrocketed, and I could no longer afford it. Instead, I found this gel, and used it with success for more years of pain-free teeth. More recently, a small chip came off of one of my teeth, so I ordered some gel to strengthen my teeth again. This time I also ordered packs of gel for my spouse and children. I’ll admit, they did not ask for this, and have not been using it. They do not have the pain that I had as a motivating factor. Instead, due to various concerns that they had mentioned, my hope was to spare them from reaching that point. Perhaps, with it available, they will use it soon. It has worked again for me, so I’ve decided to share that in case someone else is looking for a solution for their sensitive teeth. When my teeth were quite bad, it did take a while of using the remineralization product as much as possible (no swallowing, though)! Sticking with it worked. The two times that I have come back to using addressing my teeth with remineralization, it has not taken as long to resolve the issue as it did the first time. Staying consistent with magnesium, boron, calcium, Vit D3, and potassium are the other ways that I take care of my bone health. If you are still reading this, then perhaps you are looking for a solution for tooth sensitivity. If that is the case, then I hope that this works for you, too!

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