Gel based on carbamide peroxide at 35%. Indicated for in office bleaching of non-vital teeth (walking bleach technique).

& Benefits
  • Practicality: ready-to-use gel, application directly from the syringe;
  • One syringe provides up to 100 drops of gel;
  • Safety: kit has a neutralizing agent, indicated if the gel contacts soft tissues;
  • Hydrophilic gel: easy to wash off in between sessions and at the end of the treatment;


The product is indicated for internal bleaching, according to the walking bleach technique. The number of times the gel has to be changed to accomplish one treatment varies according to the case. Before applying the product, make sure to correctly create the cervical barrier as described on the 2nd step.

1st Step

With the tooth hydrated, register its initial shade with the shade guide unit. Photographs are important to facilitate before/after comparison.

2st Step

Before initiating the internal bleaching, make sure that the tooth shows adequate endodontic and periodontal conditions, examinating it clinically and radiographically (periapical radiography).

3st Step

To avoid root canal contamination, the use of total dam isolation is suggested. Access the pulp chamber and remove 3mm of guta percha below the cementoenamel junction. Then, fill that space creating a plug with composite resin or GIC. Make sure there is no gap that allows the gel to go inside the root canal.

4st Step

Remove the syringe´s cap and attach the application tip. Then, apply a small amount of gel inside the pulp chamber. A flat cotton pellet should be placed inside the pulp chamber to isolate the gel from the external media. Save room for the sealing material – GIC or composite – which must stay in place until next visit.

5st Step

The patient should remain with the gel inside the tooth for 3-5 days and then return for a follow-up visit, when the gel should be changed. In general, 6 sessions provide maximum result. At each returning visit, evaluate shade evolution by comparison to a shade guide.

6st Step

In the last appointment the gel is then removed definitively and the cavity is temporarily sealed with GIC. After 14 days, a permanent restoration with composite can be performed.