If you're taking a do-it-yourself approach to whitening, there are dozens of different products on the market - each available "over-the-counter" (OTC) at retail stores and online - without needing to go through your dentist. These at home whitening products don't require dental supervision because they typically utilize lower-strength peroxide formulas - with less risk of injury or misuse. Strips, mouth trays and gels, paint-on liquids and more are all considered "OTC whitening products" or "At Home whitening products." Find something that works for you.
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Question re how long the gel lasts: How long does the gel last? I just got 8 syringes but will only use 4 now--and want to save the others for months from now. How should I store the extra 4?
does Opalescence have an expiry date?