The benefits of teeth whitening with PAP

You want to get rid of those pesky teeth stains, but don't have time to visit the dentist and don't want to spend a lot.

At-home teeth whitening, when done correctly with the right product, will give you fast and effective results minus the clinic visits and high cost. Plus PAP is a gentler, and more effective way to whiten teeth at home!

Have you heard of PAP teeth whitening? Find out what this new teeth whitening treatment is all about.

What are the benefits of teeth whitening?

Confidence in a kit.

A compliment from a stranger. A friend who thinks we look great. It's instantly uplifting and has the power to change a not so good day into a better day.

Teeth whitening has:

  • The power to improve confidence and help you smile more;

  • The added benefit of no clinic visits when you choose an at-home whitening kit;

  • The ability to remove surface stains caused by coffee, wine, smoking and age.

What is PAP in teeth whitening?

It's more gentle on teeth and gums than hydrogen-peroxide.

Teeth whitening dates back to the 1960s and was predominately hydrogen-peroxide based.

Hydrogen-peroxide can cause damage to the protective enamel of teeth increasing sensitivity and can also inflame gums.

PAP stands for Phthalimido-Peroxy-Caproic acid. It's gentle, effective and safe and whitens teeth without pain or sensitivity.

With PAP as the active ingredient, you'll be taking your teeth whitening experience into the future backed by research. PAP is clinically proven to be gentle on gums and teeth, but effective on stains.

Does peroxide-free teeth whitening work?


Studies have shown that a non-hydrogen peroxide bleaching agent, such as PAP, has significant whitening effects immediately and 24 hours after a single-use treatment.* This means, you can do the whitening treatment before bed and see a shade difference in your teeth the next day!

What whitening kit should I use for sensitive teeth?

Skip the hydrogen-peroxide whitening kits.

If you have sensitive teeth, you need to be careful about which teeth whitening formula you choose. For sensitive teeth, choose a whitening kit with PAP as the active ingredient. PAP is proven to be gentle on teeth and gums but tough on surface stains.

What's in Wonderbright teeth whitening formula?

Phthalimido Peroxy Caproic Acid (PAP)

This is what sets our teeth whitening formula apart from other at-home teeth whiteners.

PAP is safer, more gentle on gums and teeth than hydrogen-peroxide whiteners.

It safely delivers effective teeth-whitening results in as little as 24 hours.

Hydroxyapatite (HAp)

Works like fluoride to safely strengthen enamel. With no irritation to teeth or mouth, HAp,

protects the outer layer of teeth and prevents demineralization.

Hyaluronic acid (HA)

Creates a barrier that nourishes and protects gums. It has shown to have anti-inflammatory and anit-bacterial effects in the treatment of periodontal disease.

Should I whiten my teeth before or after my clear aligner treatment?

You can use Wondersmile’s whitening kit before, after or during your clear aligner treatment.

Simply take out your aligners to do the teeth whitening and then put them back in afterwards. If you're planning on using teeth whitening gel with braces, we recommend waiting until after you finish your treatment as only areas in contact with the gel will be whitened.

What is Wonderbright?

It's an at-home whitening kit that is 12% PAP.

Teeth Whitening with 12% PAP is more effective, efficient and safe.

It means our whitening formula is gentler on gums and teeth but effective on stains.

Most of the at-home teeth bleaching products are peroxide-based, and can cause a variety of diseases and discomfort in the mouth, Wonderbright doesn't.

What are the benefits of hyaluronic acid in teeth whitening?

Hyaluronic acid reduces gum bleeding, stimulates the regeneration of the gums and protects the mucous membrane from infections. Making Wondersmile's Wonderbright teeth whitening solution safer, and gentler than traditional hydrogen peroxide treatments.

How do I use Wonderbright?

Use one gel capsule per treatment after brushing, before bed.

Before any treatment, brush your teeth for 2 minutes and floss. Then put half of one gel capsule in the top tray and the rest in the bottom tray. Avoid applying directly to gums.

To avoid applying the teeth whitening gel directly to gums, place the gel in the bottom of the tray.

Power on the LED device and pop it in your mouth. Look at your phone while you wait, read or watch TV. After 15-20 minutes, just rinse your mouth and tray with water and then begin your evening wind down.

How long will it take to whiten my teeth?

As little as 1 treatment.

With Wonderbright, you'll start seeing teeth whitening results after your first treatment. As you move through each treatment, you'll be able to measure your teeth's shade changes with the chart that comes in your kit.

How long do PAP teeth whitening results last?

If you want longer teeth whitening results skip coffee and red wine.

We know it's hard, but if you do want your results to last longer than 6 months we advise limiting dark-coloured food and drinks before and after each application. After you complete your easy 6 day-treatment with Wonderbright, we recommend waiting 6 months before your next whitening treatment.

Where can I buy Wonderbright with 12%PAP?

Wonderbright is available to order here.

Whiten teeth at home and get results fast, minus the pain and sensitivity of other teeth whitening kits. Each kit comes with 6 treatment capsules, use one a day for six days.

First impressions count and a smile is a huge part of that. That's where teeth whitening can help. At-home whitening kits can deliver a brighter smile fast and effectively. When you choose a PAP whitening kit, you'll get the results minus the pain and sensitivity.

Order your at-home teeth whitening kit today.

*Effectiveness of a new non-hydrogen peroxide bleaching agent after single use - a double-blind placebo-controlled short-term study by Mozhgan Bizhang, Julia Domin, Gholamreza Danesh, and Stefan Zimmer