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1. How do at-home teeth whitening process work?

 Firstly, let’s understand 1) why the teeth gets yellow? 2) what are the commonly process applied to the whitening treatment?

 Tooth discoloration and staining are a result of various dyes and pigments attaching to the organic matter of your teeth, The process of removing stains are commonly achieved by 2 methods: Physical removal & chemical bleaching,  

 Physical removal targets Extrinsic Stains (surface level daily stains) through abrasive method of action. Chemical bleaching works on both Extrinsic Stains and embedded stains (stains embedded in the tooth enamel), so it's the most common and effective method of teeth whitening.

Rabbitooth provide all kinds of popular at-home teeth whitening solutions to meet customers’ different needs of different situations.

2. Daily whitening treatment: how Rabbitooth V34 purple toothpaste works for teeth whitening?

Inspired by color correction principle, we all know purple hides yellow and turns out whiter effect. Our purple toothpastes also contain mild abrasives and chemical agents that can aid in the removal of extrinsic stains caused by factors like coffee, tea, tobacco, or certain foods. Nevertheless, toothpaste alone is usually not sufficient to remove deep or intrinsic stains that are embedded within the tooth structure. In such cases, professional dental treatments like bleaching or other cosmetic procedures may be necessary to achieve significant whitening results, We recommend add this toothpaste for daily oral maintenance and add our teeth whitening kits or strips as at-home professional whitening treatment to achieve significant results.

3.Professional teeth whitening treatment: What is the active principle of Peroxide ingredients or PAP+ ingredients of Rabbitooth teeth whitening gel or pens? What kind of stains could be removed?


Peroxide Ingredients:

Peroxide ingredients commonly used in tooth whitening products include hydrogen peroxide and carbamide peroxide. These ingredients work as bleaching agents by breaking down into oxygen molecules, which can penetrate the enamel and dentin of the teeth. The oxygen molecules then react with the colored compounds in the teeth, helping to break them down and lighten the appearance of stains.

PAP+ Ingredients:

PAP+ (Phthalimido-Peroxy-Caproic Acid) is a relatively newer active ingredient. It is a peroxide-based compound that releases active oxygen when it comes into contact with water. This active oxygen can help break down stains and discolorations on the teeth. Compared with Peroxide ingredients, PAP+ are focused on extrinsic stains which is physically removal of the surface stains, it do not penetrate the enamel, so it’s gentle & safe for sensitive teeth.


Types of Stains Removed:

Both peroxide-based ingredients and PAP+ can effectively address two main types of tooth stains:

  • Extrinsic Stains: These are surface stains caused by external factors like consuming certain foods and beverages (e.g., coffee, tea, red wine) or using tobacco products. Peroxide ingredients and PAP+ can help break down and remove these extrinsic stains, making the teeth appear whiter.
  • Some Intrinsic Stains: Intrinsic stains are discolorations that occur within the tooth structure and are typically more challenging to remove. Peroxide-based ingredients and PAP+ can sometimes help lighten certain intrinsic stains, such as those caused by aging, certain medications (e.g., tetracycline), or excessive fluoride exposure. However, for deep or severe intrinsic stains, professional dental treatments like bleaching or cosmetic procedures may be required for more significant results.

It's important to note that the effectiveness of tooth whitening products can vary depending on several factors, including the concentration of the active ingredient, the duration of use, and the individual's unique dental characteristics. If you have specific concerns about tooth stains or the effectiveness of certain ingredients, it's best to consult with a dentist or dental professional who can provide personalized recommendations based on your specific needs.


4. How LED accelerator light help teeth whitening effect?


LED accelerator lights are often used in conjunction with tooth whitening treatments to enhance effectiveness. Here are a few ways in which Rabbitooth LED accelerator lights can help improve teeth whitening:

  • Increased Activation:LED lights emit a specific wavelength of light that can activate the whitening agents in the tooth whitening gel. The light energy helps accelerate the chemical reaction of the whitening agents, allowing them to break down stains more effectively and efficiently. This can lead to faster and more noticeable results compared to treatments without an accelerator light.
  • Deeper Penetration:LED lights can help the whitening agents penetrate deeper into the tooth enamel and dentin. The light energy can enhance the permeability of the tooth structure, allowing the whitening agents to reach and target deeper stains within the teeth. This can help address intrinsic stains that are not easily removed by surface treatments alone.
  • Enhanced Whitening Power: The combination of the whitening gel and the LED light can provide a more powerful and intensive whitening effect. The light acts as a catalyst, increasing the efficacy of the whitening agents and maximizing their stain-removing capabilities. This can result in brighter and whiter teeth after the treatment.
  • Reduced Treatment Time:The use of LED accelerator lights can often reduce the overall treatment time needed to achieve desired whitening results. The accelerated chemical reaction triggered by the light can shorten the required exposure time for the whitening agents. This is particularly beneficial for individuals who prefer shorter treatment sessions or have time constraints.


It's worth noting that while LED accelerator lights can enhance teeth whitening treatments, the overall effectiveness still depends on the quality of the whitening products, the concentration of the whitening agents, and individual factors such as the type and severity of tooth stains. Recommend to use with Rabbitooth exclusive formula gel or strips which proved to be best way for at-home whitening treatment.

5. How does teeth whitening strips work?

Teeth whitening strips are a popular at-home teeth whitening option that typically consists of thin, flexible plastic strips coated with a tooth whitening gel. These strips are applied directly to the teeth and left in place for a specified amount of time. Rabbitooth have exclusive formula for both sensitive teeth & non-sensitive respectively. Here's how they work:

  • Whitening Gel:The teeth whitening strips are coated with a whitening gel that contains a peroxide-based bleaching agent, such as hydrogen peroxide or PAP+ dedicated for Peroxide sensitive teeth. This gel is the active ingredient responsible for the whitening effect.
  • Application:The whitening strips are carefully applied to the front surface of the teeth. They adhere to the teeth and conform to their shape, allowing the gel to come into direct contact with the tooth surfaces.
  • Contact Time: Once applied, the strips are typically left on for a designated period, often ranging from 15 mins to 30 minutes, use together with LED accelerator light to speed up treatment effect. During this time, the gel works to break down stains and discolorations on the teeth.
  • Bleaching Action:The peroxide-based gel penetrates the enamel of the teeth and reaches the dentin layer beneath. The active oxygen molecules released by the peroxide react with the pigmented molecules in the teeth, breaking them down and lightening their appearance. This process helps remove both extrinsic (surface) and some intrinsic (deep) stains.
  • Results:With regular and consistent use over a recommended period, typically 7 days as one complete treatment, 2 times a week after that for maintenance. Teeth whitening strips can help achieve a noticeable improvement in tooth color and brightness. Results may vary depending on the individual's dental condition.