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User manual for the Philips Zoom! NiteWhite DIS734 in English. This PDF manual has 36 pages.

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Contact information Manufacturer: Discus Dental, LLC 1700A South Baker Avenue Ontario, CA 91761 USA philipsoralhealthcare.com 1-800-422-9448 (USA) Symbols Consult instructions for use Storage temperature limit Keep away from bright light and heat Keep out of reach of children Product shelf life after opened Use by date Batch code Catalogue number Manufacturer 4 English
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Contents Note: Quantities vary by configuration - - Custom-fitted whitening trays (made by your dentist) - - DayWhite/NiteWhite Tooth Whitening Gel syringes, 2.4 g each - - Whitening gel mixing tip - - Tray storage case - - Shade guide Product description Zoom! DayWhite and NiteWhite tooth whitening gels are take-home use products for application by the consumer using custom-fitted whitening trays. Zoom! DayWhite Tooth Whitening Gel Zoom! DayWhite Tooth Whitening Gels are day- wear formulations. DayWhite gels are available in three hydrogen peroxide or hydrogen peroxide equivalent concentrations: DayWhite 6 %, DayWhite 9.5 % and DayWhite 14 %. DayWhite formulation availability varies by country. Zoom! NiteWhite Tooth Whitening Gel Zoom! NiteWhite Tooth Whitening Gels are night- wear or extended wear formulations. NiteWhite gels are available in three carbamide (urea) concentrations: NiteWhite 10 %, NiteWhite 16 % and NiteWhite 22 %. NiteWhite formulation availability varies by country. 5 English
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Conditions of use The first cycle of use is to be demonstrated or supervised by dental practitioners. Afterwards to be provided to the consumer to complete the cycle of use. Brazil only: Prescription required Use only the Zoom! whitening trays fabricated by your dentist. Not for use by: - - Patients who are perio-involved, have untreated periodontal disease, or have various dental ailments, such as untreated caries, exposed dentin, cracked teeth, failing restorations. - - Patients under 13 years of age. - - Pregnant or lactating women. - - Patients currently being treated for a serious illness or disorder, e.g. immune compromised, AIDS, etc. - - Patients with known dental hypersensitivity. - - Patients with a history of severe allergic reactions. English 6
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Warnings - - Do not use the product within two weeks prior to or immediately after dental restoration. - - Avoid direct contact of the tooth whitening gel with the gums. - - If irritation (such as redness, swelling, soreness) of the gums or the mouth occurs, discontinue use and consult a dentist. - - Do not swallow the whitening gel. - - Contains sodium fluoride. - - Contains hydrogen peroxide. - - Do not use damaged trays as whitening gel could leak, resulting in gingival irritation. - - Use only Zoom! DayWhite/NiteWhite whitening gels with Zoom! whitening trays. - - Remove cap safely, contents may be under pressure. - - Store out of reach of children. Formula Active ingredient(s) DayWhite 6 % Hydrogen peroxide (6 % concentration) DayWhite 9.5 % Hydrogen peroxide (9.5 % concentration DayWhite 14 % Hydrogen peroxide (14 % concentration) NiteWhite 10 % Urea (Carbamide) and hydrogen peroxide (3.5 % hydrogen peroxide concentration) NiteWhite 16 % Urea (Carbamide) and hydrogen peroxide (5.9 % hydrogen peroxide concentration) NiteWhite 22 % Urea (Carbamide) and hydrogen peroxide (8.4 % hydrogen peroxide concentration) English 7
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Precautions - - Check the fit of your custom trays. Ensure that the trays have a snug and comfortable fit and do not have rough edges or overlap onto gingival tissue. - - Do not overload whitening trays with gel as gum irritation may occur. - - Rinse trays thoroughly between uses. Use cold water only to avoid damage to the trays. If necessary, use a toothbrush to remove residual gel. - - Exceeding specified wear times may result in tooth sensitivity and/or gingival irritation. First aid instructions - - Contact a Poison Information Center or medical doctor immediately if a large quantity (over 25 % of the syringe) is swallowed. Provide the ingredient label if possible. Do not induce vomiting, immediately give glass of water. - - If whitening gel gets into the eyes, hold the eyelids apart and flush the eyes continuously with running water for at least 15 minutes. - - If skin or hair contact occurs, remove contaminated clothing and flush skin and hair with running water - - If allergic reaction to whitening gel occurs, remove whitening trays, wipe off teeth, rinse out mouth, do not swallow, seek immediate medical attention. Intended use Philips Zoom! DayWhite/NiteWhite Tooth Whitening Gels are consumer use (take-home) tooth whitening gels intended for whitening discolored natural teeth. English 8
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Whitening expectations - - Final whitening results will be achieved about two weeks after treatment begins. - - Whitening results vary from patient to patient. Anatomy, age, tooth condition, starting shade, oral hygiene, consuming food and drink that stain teeth, and smoking can all affect whitening results. - - Tooth whitening may cause temporary dehydration of teeth resulting in white spots or striations. Uneven whitening will fade to normal with 2-7 days after the treatment. - - The area of the tooth closest to the gums may take longer to lighten than the biting edge. It will also remain the darkest part of the tooth. - - Porcelain crowns, veneers, filings and dentures do not lighten upon whitening. Potential adverse effects Adverse effects that may be associated with the use of a whitening product containing peroxide include, but are not limited to: Sensitivity - - Some patients may experience increased tooth sensitivity to cold during the treatment, while others may have non-specific sensitivity in their teeth, gums, tongue, lips or throat. Symptoms should subside within 1-3 days. - - If the sensitivity is in the teeth, try whitening every other or every third night/day or ask your dentist for a lower concentration gel. - - An over-the-counter desensitizing toothpaste with 5 % potassium nitrate (KNO3 ) can be used to treat the tooth sensitivity, adhering to the respective toothpaste instructions. - - Ask you dentist for Relief ACP Oral Care Gel if available in your market, to be worn in your custom-fitted trays for 10 to 30 minutes before and after each treatment. English 9
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- - A Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drug may be taken for pain, adhering to the respective drug‘s instructions for use as well as your doctor‘s recommendation for acceptable use. Gingival irritation Trays that extend onto the gingiva (gums) may cause soft tissue irritation. If the trays extend over your gums, have your dentist trim them. If gum irritation or tooth sensitivity persists, treatment should cease until irritation subsides. Resume treatment with shorter, less frequent applications until the desired whitening effect has been achieved. If the discomfort continues, discontinue the treatment and consult your dental professional. Wear times DayWhite 6 % HP 30 - 90 minutes, once daily DayWhite 9.5 % HP 30 - 60 minutes, once daily DayWhite 14 % HP 30 minutes, once daily NiteWhite 10 % CP (3.5 % HP equivalent) 2 - 4 hours, once daily or overnight NiteWhite 16 % CP (5.9 % HP equivalent) 2 - 4 hours, once daily or overnight NiteWhite 22 % CP (8.4 % HP equivalent) 2 - 4 hours, once daily or overnight English 10
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English 11 Application instructions 1 Floss and brush teeth. 2  Twist and pull off clear plastic cap in a counterclockwise motion. 3  Place mixing nozzle on syringe and secure by twisting in clockwise motion. 4  Place a small amount of gel in each tooth compartment in the tray. Take care to not overfill your custom whitening tray; it has been designed to fit snugly against your teeth and if too much gel is added to your tray, it may be pushed out onto your gums and cause gum irritation. 5  The gel drop shown represents the average size drop for each tooth compartment, depending on the size of your teeth. The whitening gel is absorbed into the tooth and whitens from the inside, so it is not important to cover the entire tooth.
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6  Place tray with gel in your mouth. As you insert tray, be careful not to push gel out of the tray. Bubbling within trays is normal. - - Use extra care to avoid getting gel on your gums. Remove excess gel with a cotton swab or dry toothbrush. - - Do not eat, drink or smoke while wearing custom-fitted trays. 7  Remove the mixing nozzle from the syringe and replace it with the cap for storage after use to ensure the ingredients in each side of barrel stay separate. 8  After whitening, rinse trays with cold water. If necessary, use a toothbrush to remove residual gel. Place trays in storage case and allow to air dry before closing. Store in a cool, dry place. Note: It is normal to see dark colors in trays where you have amalgam (silver) fillings. Gel oxidizes surface stains on amalgam fillings. 9  Rinse and brush teeth to remove excess gel. For the best results, do not drink or eat for 30 minutes after application. Post-Treatment - - Avoid staining foods, drink and tobacco for 30 minutes after each treatment. - - Continue good oral hygiene. Using a Philips Sonicare electric toothbrush will help prolong the benefits of the whitening treatment. - - Store any remaining whitening gel in a cool dry place for later use. Do not freeze. - - At your regular six month check-up, ask your dentist to evaluate your shade. English 12
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English 13 Storage instructions Whitening gel should be stored between 59 °F and 77 °F (15 °C and 25 °C) in a dark, dry place. Do not refrigerate or freeze. Storage temperatures above 77 °F (25 °C ) will result in reduced shelf life. Place the trays in the tray storage case provided and store in a cool, dry place between uses. Disposal instructions Follow your country‘s rules for the separate collection of products. Correct disposal helps prevent negative consequences for the environment and human health. Warranty Philips warrants that reasonable care has been used in the design and manufacture of this product. This warranty is in lieu of and excludes all other warranties not expressly set forth herein, whether expressed or implied by operation of law or otherwise, including, but not limited to, any implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.
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