Pola Luminate is a professional grade tooth whitening pen which is ready to use straight out of the box. It's perfect on-the-go super touch ups which recharge your beautifully white smile in less than 30 minutes.
Each Pola Luminate Pen includes enough clear 6% Hydrogen Peroxide gel for up to the 60 applications and can be worn day or night - no one will even know you have Pola Luminate on. The great part is, there is no need for messy whitening trays with Pola Luminate's uniquely delicious spearmint formula containing fluoride and soothers to prevent cavities, tooth sensitivity and promote better oral health. Simply Purchase, Paint On and Your Set To Go!
• VALUE: Each 5.5ml Pola Luminate Pen lasts for up to 60 upper and lower teeth whitening applications.
• MINIMAL SENSITIVITY: Natural soothers, conditioners and fluoride reduces sensitivity, plaque formation, cavities and strengthens the teeth whilst whitening.
•SUPER FAST & FLEXIBLEPola Luminate can be used up to twice daily for 30mins/treatment. Simply ‘paint on’ to your teeth, anywhere, anytime.
• SAFE: Trusted by millions of dentists and users throughout the world Pola’s clinically proven formula has a neutral pH to protect teeth and gums during treatment. • GENUINE: Authentic Pola product. All pens are supplied in original manufacturer packaging. Expiration dates of up to 1 year when refrigerated between uses.
Why do teeth discolour?
Everyone’s teeth are unique and discolour and stain in different ways. The discolouration or staining of a person’s tooth is typically caused by:
- Black tea
- Herbal tea
- Red wine
- Spicy foods such as curry
- Smoking cigarettes / cigars
How does tooth whitening work?
There are multiple types of tooth whitening solutions available. There are essentially three categories that these fit into including pharmacy available products, Take Home packages and In-dentist clinic applied solutions. Our procedure is the fastest, safest and most effective of all three.
When a whitening product is applied to the tooth, it breaks down into water and oxygen ions. The oxygen ions enter the enamel and attack the long stain molecules to effectively break them down to be short and colourless. These short and colourless molecules are then naturally removed from the tooth by saliva. The intensity of whitening is related to the number of oxygen ions available and the length of time they are on the tooth.