Frequently Asked Questions

Though PAP is very highly marketed, there is very little evidence-based studies that have proven their efficacy. At this point, the science behind PAP is very vague.

Though PAP sellers claim to whiten teeth with absolutely no sensitivity, it is recommended that buyers do their research before purchasing.

enWhite has been developed by two of Australia's leading cosmetic dentists. With a combined experience of around 50 years, these dentists are routinely using Hydrogen Peroxide to whiten teeth. These dentists also use 6% Hydrogen Peroxide gel to reduce plaque attachment while treating their patients with periodontitis.

While these dentists typically charge between $199-$350 for a whitening kit, they came up with a direct-to-consumer distribution of the same composition through enWhite. enWhite has the highest legal concentration of hydrogen peroxide that can be sold over the counter worldwide.

The composition of enWhite has been used by most dentists across the world to whiten teeth or many years. Therefore results have been proven and are guaranteed.

enWhite is composed of stabilised Hydrogen Peroxide. When the peroxide is applied on teeth, due to physical movement and the light, it breaks down to water and an active Oxygen radicle. This Oxygen radicle penetrates the tooth and helps shorten the carbon chains of the tooth. Thus, shorter carbon chains allow light to penetrate the tooth better and make the tooth appear whiter. There are several peer-reviewed evidence based scientific publications to prove the safety of low dose peroxide as the safest yet most effective chemical to whiten teeth.

enWhite also has Potassium Nitrate incorporated, that helps desensitise teeth. Potassium nitrate is highly recommended by dentists across the globe to treat sensitivity.  

Dentists are aware of the phenomenon called ‘Phosphorescence’. This means, teeth can absorb light of a certain frequency and reflect for a certain period even after the source of light is removed. So, the LED light source is highly recommended while whitening to let teeth absorb light energy while the peroxide is whitening the tissues.

In simple terms, Hydrogen Peroxide whitens teeth, and the LED light helps teeth look whiter!

Do you need an axe to cut grass? Stronger concentrations of whitening gels no doubt generates more oxygen radicles. However, that only causes more sensitivity and also won't necessarily whiten faster.

In simple terms, you only need a handful of soap while in shower! Using a very strong detergent to bathe, only irritates your skin but won’t help you get cleaner faster! Likewise, do not expect to bathe for an hour once a month and expect to stay clean for that period!

Jokes aside, the secret of having whiter teeth is to be consistent with a whitening routine rather than using a very high concentration product once off!

Don't fall victim to b-s marketing! We are very confident to claim that there is no DIY product that is legally available in the market that can whiten teeth in just one application. We are very honest here. It takes a good 10-20 applications to start noticing reasonable results, depending on each individual’s teeth.

Some people react well and show results while others need to use the gel for longer. The older a person, the denser their teeth. Dense dark teeth take a lot longer to whiten compared to younger people.

The market is filled with whitening products. Some companies sell whitening pastes with whitening crystals in them. If those crystals are made of abrasives, to remove stains – then it gets iffy. Along with the stains, comes a thin layer of enamel. This is dangerous as tooth enamel cannot be replaced!

enWhite does not have any abrasives in it. It contains Hydrogen Peroxide as the only whitening component. Peer reviewed studies suggests 6% Hydrogen Peroxide to be extremely safe to whiten teeth. Even long-term intermittent use of whitening does not show any irreversible changes to teeth. 

enWhite is very SAFE for your teeth.

You most certainly can! As mentioned above, enWhite does not contain any abrasives and does not damage your teeth. Hydrogen Peroxide is known to cause transient sensitivity during the process of whitening. Though this sensitivity is reversible and transient, we have incorporated Potassium Nitrate that desensitises teeth while whitening. Most of our clients that have used enWhite have reported no prolonged sensitivity after using the product.

However, if your teeth have leaking fillings or active dental decay, the peroxide can trigger sensitivity. It is best you consult your dentist in case you have severe sensitivity with enWhite usage as the cause of such hypersensitive reactions can be because of other underlying causes.

The Australian government has permitted up to 6% Hydrogen Peroxide to be dispensed over the counter, as they consider it safe.

This is a question that has no legitimate answer! There are no human studies to validate the safety of teeth whitening products in women that pregnant or lactating. We consider the safety of the child in-utero or infant and DO NOT recommend the usage of any teeth whitening product in pregnant and breast feeding women.

Humans have two sets of teeth. When we are children, we have a set of baby teeth and when we are around 12, we get our first set of adult teeth. These adult teeth continue to deposit dentin throughout the life. Younger people have larger dental pulp and thinner dentin.

As enWhite has Hydrogen Peroxide that generates active oxygen radicles that penetrates the dentin to whiten teeth, it is not recommended for people under the age of 18. However, in certain cases people over the age of 12 can cautiously use the product under an adult supervision.

NO! There is no whitening product available in this world that can whiten dental veneers/fillings or crowns. Oxygen radicles neither can penetrate those restorations, nor do those restorations have carbon bonds to break! Well, in case of a very small filling, then teeth around the restoration get whiter and some newer composites with ‘chameleon effect’ can take up the shade of teeth.

With enWhite (containing 6% Hydrogen Peroxide) there are minimal to no long-term side effects. However, some people notice short term sensitivity with peroxide whitening. This can be easily addressed by using desensitising toothpastes.

Very rarely can teeth show signs of changes like internal root resorption with prolonged use of high concentration of teeth whitening products.

If you are suffering from any dental conditions, it is best you see a dentist first, prior to whitening your teeth. For people who have dental cavities/gingival infections, it's best to consult your dentist prior to whitening. 

Those that have fillings/veneers/crowns on their front teeth might need other procedures to make their teeth whiter and enWhite is not suitable for them.


We are extremely confident with the quality of our product. The dentists that developed this formula have been using it for decades and have seen very promising results. So, if you use the product as recommended and have failed to whiten your teeth, we offer a full money back guarantee within 30 days of your purchase!

As mentioned earlier, enWhite does not whiten crowns/veneers and fillings. Everyday usage of a minimum of 16 mins/day for 10-20 days is necessary to see noticeable changes.