Teeth Whitening
 

Whitening with Nite White Excel ACP

Now with Amorphous Calcium Phosphate Technology!

Nite White Excel ACP

Nite White Excel ACP by Discus Dental leads the pack with the first teeth whitener to combine patented Calcium Phosphate technology with the proven effectiveness of Potassium Nitrate to naturally fill microscopic tooth surface defects, smooth the enamel and increase surface gloss.

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With Nite White patented dual barrel syringe and unique ACP whitening technology, you'll get safe, fast and effective whitening with less sensitivity while maintaining enamel luster and preventing cavities.

Note: Nite White Excel-2 (discontinued August 2002) and Excel-3 "Z" (discontinued May 2005) have been replaced by the NEW Improved Nite White Excel ACP.

ACP was previously known as Z or ZCP - All three abbreviations refer to Nite White's low sensitivity line of gels.

Product Features:

Nite White is an affordable and highly effective tooth whitening system to bleach even the most stubborn stains or discoloration caused by coffee, wine, food, tobacco, aging and other lifestyle factors.

  • High viscosity, low sensitivity formulation
  • Patented dual barrel syringe for maximum tooth whitening results
  • Available in 10%, 16% & 22% Carbamide Peroxide concentration
  • Delicious flavors (mint, cherry and fruit)
  • 12 to 18 months shelf life
  • Comes in 6 (14.4ml) syringes packs for 18 full mouth applications

Ingredients:

Carbamide Peroxide, Calcium Phosphate, Potassium Nitrate

Pros:

- Gentle on gums
- Very little or no sensitivity
- Rebuild enamel health
- Improve luster
- Less fadeback
- Prevents cavities

Cons:

- May cause tooth sensitivity
- Need to get own trays for 3 pack kit

 

 

How Do Nite White ACP Work?

Nite White is a low sensitivity (because of ACP- Amorphous Calcium Phosphate) tooth whitener formulated exclusively for use in a patented dual barrel syringe.

The advanced dual barrel syringe features two chambers - one isolates a powerful and stabilized Carbamide Peroxide formula which works by breaking down the discoloration on the surface of the teeth; the second chamber contains an activation gel with soothers, conditioners and desensitizers added to substantially reduce transient sensitivity.

The gel is administered through an auto-mixing nozzle into a thin bleaching tray that fits over your teeth. As the active ingredient in the gel, carbamide peroxide, is broken down, oxygen enters the enamel and dentin and bleaches the stains and discoloration of the tooth for maximum tooth whitening results.

In approximately 7 - 10 nights, one will generally achieve significant whitening results. More concentrated versions of the bleach (22%) may be worn for 1 hour as an alternative to using the gel overnight.

Results are usually seen in 3 nights. Maximum results generally occur when the process is continued for 14 nights.

Nite White ACP Results

What's the Difference Between Nite White Excel-3 "Z" & Nite White ACP? 

The gel formulas are essentially the same, however, the Z formula has been replaced by the ACP formula which contains Amorphous Calcium Phosphate (ACP). ACP technology has been shown to be more effectively in reducing sensitivity and fade-back, while aiding in the prevention of cavities. (ACP was previously known as Z-CP)

What is Amorphous Calcium Phosphate (ACP)?

ACP (amorphous calcium phosphate) is a revolutionary formula that bonds with the tooth surface to rebuilds enamel and restores luster through the remineralization process. Whitening with ACP also means stronger teeth, reduced sensitivity and better whitening results with less fadeback to their original tooth color after six months.

Is There Sensitivity with Nite White?

With Nite White patented Amorphous Calcium Phosphate (ACP) formula, you'll get safe, fast and effective whitening with less sensitivity.

However if you are prone to high tooth or gum sensitivity, it is recommended that you start with Nite White super-low sensitivity 10% Carbamide Peroxide to help reduce the intensity and duration of transient dental hypersensitivity.

Nite White ACP Chart

Concentrations
Choose By Your Sensitivity Levels

Patients with:
High sensitivity
Average sensitivity
Low - no sensitivity

Recommended Formula
10% Carbamide Peroxide
16% Carbamide Peroxide
22% Carbamide Peroxide

NOTE: 22% Carbamide Peroxide should only be used for a maximum of 1 hour per day, NOT overnight.

Alternatively, you may also like to use a sensitivity toothpaste, like (Sensodyne Toothpaste for Sensitive Teeth and Cavity Prevention) at least one week before you start whitening with Nite White for maximum sensitivity relief.

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Nite White ACP Reviews:

By: Linda S. Lantz 

Great bleaching product! Not harsh on your teeth with very nice results. This product is recommended by my orthodontist.

By: V.Trejo 

This stuff is good. I haven't felt the need to try anything else since finding it. I like that you use it for an hour at a time instead of all night and that it doesn't irritate my gums like many products.

By: E'liza, California 

I've been using this product off and on for years. I like the fact that it is stronger than many whitening gels and that you only need to leave it on an hour at a time.. I've had gels where I've had to have them in my mouth all night long. After a week of treatments (1 hr each day), my teeth are very white. I don't get sensitive teeth or gums from this product. Now I just use it once a week to maintain my pearly whites.

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