How long will bleaching  last?

How long will bleaching last?

Although effective in 96% of cases, bleaching is not a permanent procedure. It's important to remember that the whitening effects are not meant to last for ever. Results usually last for a couple of years but this varies from person to person. Studies show that only half of the people who achieved a lighter shade still had whiter teeth six months later. Your habits such as smoking, eating, and drinking will still influence the color of your teeth. However, whitening toothpaste may help the effect last. Bleaching may not be recommended in case of extremely sensitive teeth. This procedure is less likely to succeed on tetracycline stained teeth, and it will definitely not work on false teeth, crowns, veneers or fillings (including tooth-colored fillings). Contact your doctor for specialized tips on how to keep your teeth white.

Teeth Whitening Cost

The cost of teeth whitening varies from practice to practice and region to region. The in-office bleaching system typically starts about $500 per session.

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Why Do Teeth Darken

As people grow older they start losing their white smile. Our teeth may become discolored for a number of reasons which include simple things like smoking, drinking tea, coffee,

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Laser Teeth Whitening

Laser teeth whitening is known to be the quickest of the procedures available. It usually takes one single session to attain a brighter smile. The overall

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