Gel based on carbamide peroxide at 35%. Indicated for in office dental bleaching.

& Benefits
  • Practicality: ready-to-use gel, application directly from the syringe;
  • pH level close to neutral provides less risk of enamel demineralization, and the high water
    content prevents teeth dehydration;
  • One syringe provides up to 100 drops of gel;
  • Safety: kit has a neutralizing agent, indicated if the gel contacts soft tissues;


The application protocol is flexible and varies according to each case. In general, three sessions must provide maximum result. The interval between each session is of one week. There is no need to use external light sources.

1st Step

With the teeth hydrated, register the initial shade of central incisors and canines separately, using a shade guide. Photographs are important to make a before/after comparison.

2st Step

Use a lip retractor to have better access to the teeth. Lips can receive a topical moisturing gel (i.e. POTENZA IDRATA, PHS) to enhance patient´s comfort and to isolate soft tissues.

3st Step

Apply a desensitizing agent (i.e. POTENZA ESENTE 2% and/or POTENZA ESENTE GLU-HEMA, PHS) to prevent or reduce hypersensitivity from bleaching.

4st Step

Gingival barrier: Dry gingival margins of teeth to be bleached and apply POTENZA BLOCCO gingival barrier to prevent the contact of the bleaching gel to the gingival tissue. This gingival barrier must be aproximately 1mm thick and 3mm wide. It should also cover about 0,5mm of enamel tissue.
Lightcure the gingival barrier for 30 seconds for each group of 3 teeth, in screening movements.
P.S. Make sure there is no gap between gingival barrier/tooth using a clinical mirror. Look from incisal/occlusal to cervical direction. In case there is any gap, add more material and lightcure it again.

5st Step

Bleaching gel: remove the syringe´s cap and attach the application tip. Apply the gel on the buccal surface of teeth to be bleached, covering the proximal areas and about 0,5mm of incisal/occlusal surfaces. The layer of bleaching gel should be 1mm thick. Gel must remain in contact to the teeth for 40 minutes, without need for changing the gel during this period.

6st Step

At the end of the session, use endodontic or surgical saliva ejector to remove gel from teeth. Apply gauze or cotton rolls to complement gel removal. Then, remove gingival barrier with the aid of an explorer and rinse oral cavity profusely.

7st Step

To conclude the session, polish teeth with felt discs and polishing paste (i.e. POTENZA SPECCHI PRO, PHS).