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How often teeth whitening?

How often teeth whitening

You start with teeth whitening and of course we understand that you want to know how often you can whiten your teeth. That cappuchino, that pinot noir or that tasty meal salad can quickly discolour your teeth. Many foods simply contain many dyes that make your teeth more yellow. As a result, your teeth lose their natural white color. As with many other care products, it is therefore important to maintain this. How often can you bleach your teeth?

How often can you whiten your teeth per year?

Dentists and experts do not recommend whitening your teeth all year round. It is better to whiten your teeth every month, until you achieve the desired result. We have a handy overview of how you can best whiten your teeth.

Teeth whitening: How often to repeat?

Fleeck has developed a special teeth whitening set with a unique formula. The composition of the ingredients allows you to bleach your teeth 12-15 times. In another blog you can read how teeth whitening works. In principle, the safe formula could bleach your teeth every day. Still, it is better to do it (slightly) less.

It is best to do this as follows: Bleach your teeth 3-4 times a week, with a day’s rest in between. This way you can restore tooth enamel to the maximum.

This would look, for example, as follows:

  • Monday: bleach your teeth in the evening after brushing your teeth
  • Tuesday: take care of teeth (brushing 2 x 2 minutes), decrease with dyes
  • Wednesday: take care of your teeth
  • Thursday: bleach your teeth in the evening after brushing your teeth
  • Friday: take care of teeth (2x 2 minutes brushing teeth), decrease with dyes
  • Saturday: evening teeth bleaching after brushing your teeth
  • Sunday: take care of teeth (2x 2 minutes brushing teeth), decrease with dyes

This way you can bleach your teeth for 1 month. Most people see results after 1-2 weeks.

At what time of the day bleaching?

It is best to bleach your teeth in the evening, after brushing your teeth, before going to sleep. So if you read a book or watch your favorite Netflix series, for example, you can already get a nice white smile. It is important not to come into contact with dyes and drink only water for 4 hours after the bleaching session. It is important to avoid using dyes for as long as possible. During your sleep, your teeth do not come into contact with dyes. You can read what you can eat after whitening in another blog.

When can I bleach my teeth again?

If you asked the question “How often can I bleach your teeth?” you must also include a break. It is like this: if you have used up a whole set of teeth whitening, it is best to let your teeth rest. We advise not to bleach your teeth after using the set for 6-8 weeks. This break allows the tooth enamel to absorb water again. During the whitening session, the tooth enamel can dry out slightly. After this you can start safely bleaching your teeth again.

Frequently Asked Questions

How often can you whiten your teeth?

It varies per product how often you can whiten your teeth. In principle, it is better to always rest for 1-2 days between each whitening session. Read the manual carefully.

When is the best time for a whitening session?

It is best to brush teeth in the evening after bedtime, before going to bed, to do a whitening session with a whitening set. This way your teeth will not come into contact with dyes for a long time

When my whitening kit is finished, when can I bleach again?

It is best to wait 6-8 weeks after the bleaching set has run out. Your teeth dry out slightly during a whitening session. If you wait a while, the tooth enamel can absorb enough water again.

How often do teeth whitening with whitening kit?

That differs per set. You can often bleach 12-15 times with a professional home kit.

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