Tooth Whitening (bleaching) gel will only whiten natural teeth. It will NOT bleach (whiten), nor harm bonding, caps, crowns, bridges, fillings or any other artificial dental work. You may have to have the dentistry redone in order to match your new white teeth. Tetracycline (an antibiotic) stained teeth or grayish teeth are more difficult to bleach and have varied prognosis. Exposed root portion of teeth which occurs with gum recession will also not bleach. If you have amalgam (silver) fillings in, near or behind the front teeth, long term bleaching can cause the surrounding tooth to have a greenish tinge. Bleaching teeth which have a lot of translucency (see thru) can cause the teeth to become even more translucent and may give the tooth a darker appearance. It is important to consult a dentist if you have any of the above concerns.
Individual bleaching results vary and particular results cannot be guaranteed. It is essential to follow the enclosed directions consistently. Not following the instructions can damage teeth and gums. In some instances, bleaching may result in blotchiness and/or a non-uniform tooth surface. Other unexpected results can also occur and maybe permanent. When purchasing any bleaching agent, buyers are accepting all risks associated with tooth bleaching and release and hold harmless the manufacturers and distributors, and their agents, employees and principals for any issues, injury, harm, or complications that may arise from or are associated with bleaching. Nearly all tooth bleaching studies have been conducted with 10% carbamide peroxide (CP). Use of higher strength gels should only be used at one's own risk. We are not liable or responsible for adverse effects that higher strength gels may cause.