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How long does teeth whitening usually last?

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I am wanting to get my teeth whitened but I don’t want to spend money on something that won’t last. Does anyone know how long it will last!?

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3 Responses to “How long does teeth whitening usually last?”
  1. Brody says:

    I get mine whitened about every five-six months.

    You have to be careful not to eat heaps of curry, meat, red wine… The dentist should tell you what to stay away from. Suprisingly Coke and other softdrinks don’t stain teeth. O:

  2. Luke W says:

    try crest white strips they take more work on your part but the results are great and they are cheaper

  3. Teeth Whitening, Lasik Guide says:

    Teeth whitening results is not permanent whether you have teeth whitening at home or professional teeth whitening In-Office. Usually your whitening teeth results can last 1 – 2 years after professional teeth whitening In-Office and your whitening teeth results can last 3 – 8 months after teeth whitening at home.

    Of cause the duration of your teeth whitening results depends largely upon your oral hygiene.

    1. After teeth whitening treatment, patients should avoid foods that stain, such as tobacco, red wine and coffee for about a week.

    2. Brush normally, especially after consuming staining foods or beverages such as coffee or tea. People who expose their teeth to foods and beverages that cause staining may see the whiteness start to fade in as little as 1 month.

    3. If you smoke and want to whiten your teeth, you should consider to stop smoking in order to prevent the staining it causes.

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