BEYOND Max5®

BEYOND MAX5® WHITENING TREATMENT KIT

• Maximum strength whitening gel
• Proprietary formula improves oral health while whitening
• Contains special ingredients to reduce the risk of sensitivity
• Clinically proven results
• Designed with a broader light activation spectrum for use with any light accelerated whitening system

Products Details

Based on the BEYOND® II Whitening Gel Formula, BEYOND Max5® Whitening kits are designed with additional catalyst and broader light activation spectrum for use with any light accelerated whitening system. Each BEYOND Max5® kit treats five patients, containing five 2.6ml dual-barrel syringes of BEYOND’s proprietary 35% H2Owhitening formula. BEYOND Max5® kits also includes five syringes of BEYOND® BlueSeal® Gingival Barrier protection gel , five VITA® bleached guide paper-guides, multilingual instruction manual, face protection cloths and mixing and dispensing tips. Also available as BEYOND Max10® , as little as $20 per patient. Typical treatment is three, ten-minute cycles with light acceleration.

 

Instructions for Use

Whitening Treatment 

Step 1: Perform a pre-treatment oral exam and consult with the patient on his or her desired whitening results to determine the best treatment plan for his or her individual situation.

Step 2: Apply lip protection cream and insert the BEYOND® FlexiBlue® Cheek Retractor. Determine the existing tooth shade.

Step 3: Place the protective eye goggles on the patient.

Step 4: Insert cotton rolls on either side of the frenum of the upper and lower lips. Apply extra lip protection cream if necessary.

Step 5: Dry the teeth and gums. Apply the BEYOND® BlueSeal® Gingival Protection. Light cure in a circular motion.

Step 6: Attach the mixing tip to the dual-barrel syringe of whitening gel and apply a 2-3 mm layer of BEYOND® Whitening Gel to the dry surface of the teeth.

Step 7: Position the BEYOND® Whitening Accelerator lamp head at a 90° angle to the patient’s teeth and press the Start button to begin the first ten-minute cycle.

Step 8: At the end of the ten-minute cycle, use dry suction to remove the whitening gel. DO NOT rinse with water. Repeat Steps 5-7, two more times for a total of three, ten-minute treatment cycles.

Post-Treatment

Step 9: At the end of the last ten-minute cycle, remove the gel, gingival protection, cheek retractor, gauze, and protective eye goggles and ask the patient to rinse his or her mouth with warm water.

Step 10: Show the patient his or her new white tooth shade.

Important Points to Note

Pregnant women or persons under the age of sixteen are not recommended to undergo the procedure.
Terminate the whitening procedure if any patient reports severe tooth sensitivity and remove all whitening gel before treating with fluoride.

Clinical Studies

 

The Dental Product Shopper - BEYOND StayWhite Take-Home Tray Whitening Kit Recommended

2011

 

The Dental Advisor - BEYOND Polus® Whitening Accelerator with Treatment Kits (2011PPL) Editor’s Choice Award

2011

 

The Dental Advisor - BEYOND Polus® Whitening Accelerator – +++++ - Editor’s Choice Award (98%)

2010

 

The Dental Product Shopper - BEYOND Polus® Whitening Accelerator

2010

 

The Dental Advisor - BEYOND Max5® Treatment Kit - ++++ -

2010

 

The Dental Product Shopper - BEYOND Max5®/Max10® Treatment Kit Recommend

2010

 

Clinical Efficacy of the e-Bright® Tooth Whitening Accelerator Home Edition: A Randomized Placebo Controlled Clinical Trial

2009

 

Teeth Whitening Using the Whitening Strips Method Vs. Using the "BEYOND Whitening" Accelerator-Comparative Research

2009

 

Thermal Properties of the Beyond CL 628 (BEYOND Dental & Health) Cordless LED Curing Light

2009

 

Reality Esthetics – 4-STAR/3.8 – BEYOND Power Whitening System

2009

 

An In Vitro Comparison of Tooth Whitening Techniques on Natural Tooth Color

Apr 2008

 

Light Augments Tooth Whitening with Peroxide

2003

 

The Art and Science of Tooth Whitening

2005

 

Are Snow-White Teeth Really so Desirable? (JADA, Vol. 136)

2005

 

Comparative Clinical Study of Two Tooth Bleaching Protocols with 6% Hydrogen Peroxide

2009

 

CDA Position on Tooth Bleaching and Whitening

Nov 2007

 

Clinical Evaluation of a Combined In-Office and Take-Home Bleaching System

2004

 

Comparison of At-Home and In-Office Tooth Whitening Using a Novel Shade Guide

July 2010

 

Effect of Light Energy on Peroxide Tooth Bleaching

2004

 

Are Snow-White Teeth Really So Desirable? (JADA, Vol. 136)

2005

 

Evaluation of a Combined Thiourea and Hydrogen Peroxide Regimen to Bleach Bloodstained Teeth

2007

 

Nonrestorative Treatment of Discolored Teeth: Reports From an International Symplsium

June 2007

 

Tooth Whitening: A Cosmetic Dentistry Bonanza, Part I

Apr 2004

 

The Tooth-Whitening Revolution

2002

 

Scanning Electron Microscopy Study of Dental Enamel Surface Exposed to 35% Hydrogen Peroxide: Alone, with Saliva, and with 10% Carbamide Peroxide

2003

 

Tooth Whitening Today

2002

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