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More expensive than most other at home whitening, but worth it.
on May 13, 2012
I've just completed treatment number 4. I don't think I'll do the 5th treatment because I honestly don't think my teeth could be any whiter. It's crazy, I have like movie star white teeth!
About 12 years ago, I had a dentist make a mold of my teeth and have been using Opalscene (might have spelled that wrong). It worked well, but I could never keep the stuff on my teeth for more than a half hour because of the sensitivity; I was even using the sensitive formula. That's not the case with this stuff. Just as they advertise, it's no sensitivity.
The only downside to this is the price. Let me break it down for you and save you the math of how much it really costs. This is something to think about because the device has a limited usage of 50 treatments (in other words, it's 50 5 minute treatments). That limited usage, I believe, is due to the battery not be replaceable.
One 5 minute treatment = $11.90. So each time you put this in your mouth, it costs you $11.90 assuming you use the entire 50 treatments it is capable of. This is figuring the $195 for the device with 20 gel tubes then figuring $50 for 8 more gel kits (10 tubes in a kit = 5 treatments). That would be a total of 50 treatments. You end up spending a total of $595 as long as you use if for the 50 sessions it is capable of. Since this product is so new, no one on the Internet broke down the math for me before I bought, but you really need to in order to understand the true cost. Hope this helps!