- WHITENING TOOTHPASTE: Opalescence Teeth Whitening Toothpaste is formulated to provide excellent whitening effects while helping to strengthen enamel, prevent cavities & promote complete oral health. Effectively removes surface stains caused by food, coffee, tobacco & aging.
- FRESH FLAVOR: Enjoy the fresh breath experience while you brush your teeth. Opalescence Teeth Whitening Toothpaste offers the freshest minty flavor. Gluten-free and Kosher.
- HOW DOES IT WORK? Opalescence Whitening Toothpaste effectively removes surface stains and lightens discoloration caused by food, coffee, tobacco, aging and other sources.
- EVERYDAY USE: Most whitening toothpastes are not recommended for long-term use due to their abrasiveness. However, our unique formula is gentle enough for everyday use while still strong enough to remove surface stains.
- BRIGHT SMILES: Founded by Dr. Dan Fischer, Opalescence Whitening has been the industry leader in teeth whitening for over 25 years. Feel confident & attractive - nothing beats a beautiful smile!
Opalescence Whitening Toothpaste
Opalescence Whitening Toothpaste was developed by a dentist, so you know it’s different from other teeth whitening toothpastes. Its unique tri-silica blend actively removes surface stains to whiten your teeth as much as two shades in just one month! Plus, it is gentle enough for daily use. Pair it with our professional teeth whitening products to achieve the bright, dazzling smile you want.
- Removes surface stains to lighten teeth up to 2 shades in just 1 month*
- Less abrasive than other toothpastes, making it safe to use every day**
- Contains fluoride to help prevent cavities and strengthen enamel***
- Cool Mint flavor for fresh breath that lasts
- Recommended for adults and children 2 years and older
- Sensitivity Relief formula contains maximum strength potassium nitrate to help relieve tooth sensitivity****
Safe to Use Every Day
Teeth whitening toothpastes can be abrasive and cause weakened enamel, gum recession, tooth sensitivity, or make your teeth more susceptible to decay if used daily. Opalescence Whitening Toothpaste is less abrasive, making it safe to use every day. Perfect for adults and for children two years old and older, Opalescence Whitening Toothpaste is great for the whole family. You don’t have to sacrifice convenience or quality. So, stock up for home, the office, and school! Opalescence Whitening Toothpaste is the only toothpaste you’ll need.
More Than a Whitening Toothpaste
Both a whitening toothpaste and a fluoride toothpaste, Opalescence Whitening Toothpaste will strengthen your enamel to help prevent cavities while it whitens your smile. Plus, it’s sweetened with xylitol which may reduce the risk of tooth decay. Our Sensitivity Relief formula has the same whitening benefits of the Original formula, but also includes maximum strength potassium nitrate to help relieve tooth sensitivity. Both Original and Sensitivity Relief formulas are gluten free, kosher, and made right here in the USA.
Whiten up to 2 Shades in 1 Month
As part of an NYU study, a group of healthy adults brushed their upper teeth with Opalescence Whitening Toothpaste and their lower teeth with a non-whitening fluoride toothpaste. After one month of brushing their teeth twice a day for one minute on the top and one minute on the bottom the results spoke for themselves. A comparison showed that their upper teeth brushed with Opalescence Whitening Toothpaste had improved an average of two shades or more!
*Gultz J, Kaim J, Scherer W. Whitening efficacy of a whitening toothpaste crème [IADR abstract 2747]. J Dent Res. 1998;77(suppl 2):975.
**Schemehorn BR. Relative dentin abrasion test on dentifrices. Data on file.
***Sivapriya E, Sridevi K, Periasamy R, Lakshminarayanan L, Pradeepkumar AR. Remineralization ability of sodium fluoride on the microhardness of enamel, dentin, and dentinoenamel junction: An in vitro study. J Conserv Dent. 2017;20(2):100–104.
****Browning WD, Myers M, Downey M, Pohjola RM, Brackett WW. Report on low sensitivity whiteners. J Dent Res. 85(Spec Iss A):1650, 2006 (www.dentalresearch.org).