The UK's largest teeth whitening website!

You have no items in your shopping cart.

.

Relief ACP Desensitising & Remineralising Gel (2.4ml Syringe) Zoom

Key Facts

Long-lasting relief from sensitive teeth

ACP remineralises and protects enamel!

2.4ml syringe gives up to 4 full mouth applications

Recommended for all teeth whiteners

Relief ACP Desensitising & Remineralising Gel (2.4ml Syringe)

Be the first to review this product

Teeth whitening often causes sensitivity - to help relieve sensitive teeth whilst whitening use Relief ACP in your teeth whitening trays for 30 minutes.

Relief ACP is uniquely formulated with Amorphous Calcium Phosphate (ACP) and Potassium Nitrate - ACP contains the exact same minerals your teeth are made from and can repair and protect your enamel, making your teeth stronger and more lustrous.

Potassium Nitrate is the exact same active ingredient used in Sensodyne toothpaste, it works by calming the nerves of the teeth giving instant and long-lasting relief allowing you to whiten in comfort.

We recommend Relief ACP gel for all people whitening their teeth.

Availability: Out of stock

Regular Price: £12.99

Our Price: £10.99

Why buy from Dentstore.co.uk?

Amazing Results
Get professional teeth whitening results, at home!

Safe to Enamel
Dentist-approved products that are kind to your teeth.

Results Guaranteed
We offer a full money-back guarantee on all products.

Free UK Delivery!
Get free 1st Class delivery on all UK orders.

Key Facts

Key Facts

Contents 1 x dual-barrel 2.4g syringe of Relief ACP Oral Care Gel (in box)
Safe & Dentist Approved?
Made in USA
Covered by Dentstore Guarantee?

Reviews

Write Your Own Review

You're reviewing: Relief ACP Desensitising & Remineralising Gel (2.4ml Syringe)

Payment & Delivery

Payment Options

We use Paypal to safely and securely handle all payments. Paypal allow you to use your paypal account, or any credit or debit card to make a payment.

No Paypal Account?

Don't have a paypal account? No problem! You don't need one to checkout, you can click to pay with your credit or debit card without having an account set up.

UK Delivery

All UK orders over £10 qualify for free delivery!

We aim to despatch all orders within 1 working day and most orders arrive within 3 working days.

International Delivery

Dentstore.co.uk ship internationally. Costs vary but for an up-to-date estimate please click to add items to your cart and use the tool to find out delivery costs.

As a rough guide Republic of Ireland orders ship for approximately £2.99 and other international orders for approximately £4.99.

Whitening Safety

Does teeth whitening damage the enamel or gums?

No! All the teeth whitening products you find on Dentstore.co.uk are manufactured by leading accredited teeth whitening brands and are 100% enamel-safe and meet all American safety regulations. Our products are pH-neutral: they will not dissolve or damage the enamel of your teeth and although teeth whitening gel can irritate gums if it spills onto them any irritation is temporary and no permanent side-effects have ever been documented in the dental research.

Teeth whitening gel works by soaking into the teeth through the micro-holes in the surface where it acts on large staining molecules, bleaching them into white molecules. This makes the tooth appear lighter and brighter. The gel does not effect the hard minerals in the tooth.

 

Whitening your teeth safely: What you need to know

Teeth whitening using peroxide-based teeth whitening gel is safe and effective when all instructions are followed carefully.

Teeth whitening gel has 2 main side-effects: sensitivity and gum irritation. Sensitviity affects over 80% of people who whiten their teeth, it is usually felt after 1 or 2 days of teeth whitening and is similar to biting into ice cream. The sensation only lasts a fraction of a second and can occur several times a day spontaneously or when eating/drinking hot and cold things. Although this can feel alarming, it is perfectly normal and occurs with professional and home treatments equally. Sensitivity usually decreases after 3 days or within 2 days of stopping whitening and is not permanent.

Gum irritation is more common in home teeth whitening kits as the trays are usually not as close fitting as professionally made ones. If peroxide gel contacts the gums it can cause a localised chemical burn and may temporarily turn the gums white. Gum irritation can be sore and if severe may cause sloughing of the gums - the effects are however not permanent and the gums recover back to their original form quickly.

Who should not whiten their teeth?

Teeth whitening is not recommended in the following individuals;

  • Pregnant and nursing women (due to lack of testing to ensure complete safety)
  • Those with severe gum disease
  • Those recoving from gum/oral surgery

Teeth whitening is also not recommended if you have crowns (caps), veneers, bridges or fillings visible at the front of your mouth as the whitening gel will bleach the surrounding natural teeth but cannot whiten artificial materials - this may lead to dental work becoming more obvious as the colour is no longer matched to your natural teeth.

 

Tips and tricks for avoiding sensitive teeth

Sensitivity can be uncomfortable and may stop you whitening as often as you wish, meaning results can take longer to achieve.

Sensitivity can be avoided by using desensitising gels - these contain the same ingredient as found in sensodyne toothpaste but in much more concentrated form and act to calm the nerves of the teeth. Simply apply the gel to the trays and wear over the teeth for 20-30 minutes either before or after teeth whitening as needed.

Tips and tricks for avoiding sore gums

Sore gums can be caused by gel leaking out of the trays onto the sensitive gum around the teeth. The first thing to try is trimming your trays down along the gum line, this means only the teeth are covered by the trays so any excess that leaks out can be simply wiped away with a cotton bud or your finger!

Another tip is to be careful not to apply too much gel to the trays - you only need a small dot of gel for each tooth (approximately 0.25ml per tray). The gel will diffuse into the teeth so don't worry about covering the entire surface.

Terms & Conditions

Important Legal Information: UK/EU Orders Only

On September 20th of 2011 the EU amended the law that covered the use of and supply of Teeth Whitening products that contain Hydrogen Peroxide. The EU Directive has now stated that it considers the use of Hydrogen Peroxide products with levels of up to 6% are safe to use but you must have had your first treatment at a Dentist. This amendment only applies to the UK & EU.

By ordering from the website and by agreeing to our terms and conditions on the checkout page you are confirming that;

You hold a valid qualification in Dental Surgery from an appropriate European Union university OR if you are not a dental professional, you have had an initial treatment utilising a hydrogen peroxide-based teeth whitening product by your Dentist and they have given you their approval to use the type of teeth whitening product(s) available from this website in order to complete a cycle of treatment.

Peroxide products with >6% hydrogen peroxide (or equivalent) are ONLY available for research purposes and are NOT intended for cosmetic use if purchased for delivery within the European Union. By placing your order you are agreeing to this condition. 

We reserve the right to make random checks on individuals who order to ensure that they are dental professionals and are using the products in accordance with the law. If we feel these products will not be sold/used in a legal manner we reserve the right to CANCEL your order.

For all orders of non-peroxide products, or non UK/EU orders, these conditions DO NOT apply.