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Where can I purchase Opalescence?

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Opalescence is available exclusively through dental professionals. While licensed dental professionals are the only authorized sellers of Opalescence, some products are available online through non-authorized retailers such as Smilox, Amazon and DentaMart.

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To find a licensed dental professional who sells Opalescence, visit the Opalescence website and enter a zip code on the main page. Another option is to ask a local dentist office if they sell the product or can recommend another location where Opalescence is sold. Dental professionals ensure their Opalescence is safe, fresh, uncontaminated and bona fide. They also customize the product to a client's dental needs and lifestyle.

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