Is Cambridge White’s Teeth Whitening Gel Safe?

Is Cambridge White’s Teeth Whitening Gel Safe? - Cambridge Whites

If you already have sensitive gums then with any teeth whitening products you may experience a little sensitivity. One of the main causes of sensitivity in teeth whitening is peroxide, a chemical we do not use in any of our products. Our products have been designed to whiten teeth without the addition of harmful chemicals or bleaching agents.

The three main active ingredients in our formula are as follows:

  • Hydroxyapatite
  • Phthalimidoperoxycaproic Acid
  • Potassium Nitrate


Hydroxyapatite is a naturally occurring mineral from calcium phosphorus. It is white in colour and makes up most of the human bone structure including tooth enamel. Using Hydroxyapatite can help your tooth’s outer layer, prevent demineralisation and rebuild the tooth enamel.

Phthalimidoperoxycaproic Acid is a synthetic organic peoxy acid deprived from caproic acid and phhalimide. The compound is mostly used in teeth whitening. Clinical studies show an observed significant improvement in teeth whitening when the main active ingredient in the whitening formula was Phthalimidoperoxycaproic Acid. The active ingredient in our teeth whitening gel is Phthalimidoperoxycaproic Acid (PAP), which doesn't cause enamel damage and tooth demineralisation which are the primary causes of tooth sensitivity in other brands.

Potassium Nitrate is a chemical compound that occurs as a mineral. It is added to the teeth whitening formula to provide a more comfortable experience as it helps relieve sensitivity fast and usually has an effect that lasts 245 hours. It helps in calming nerves.

All of our products have been endorsed by a government approved dentist who upholds the highest standards of dental care.

 

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