How Long Does Teeth Whitening Last?

As a comprehensive dentistry practice that provides an extensive range of services to patients of all ages, Spanish Trail Dentistry offers teeth whitening in Pensacola FL to those patients looking to whiten and brighten their smiles. We offer both in-office and take-home Zoom! teeth whitening options.

Many people interested in improving the appearance of their smiles with teeth whitening wonder how long the effects last. This is actually a tough question to answer as everyone has their own habits including what they eat and drink regularly. For instance, the more you consume foods & beverages that stain teeth like red pasta sauces, blueberries, coffee, cola, red wine, etc., the sooner the whitening effects will wear off. Smokers who continue the habit after having their teeth whitened will not maintain their results as long as non-smokers as the use of tobacco stains and darkens teeth.

If you continue to consume teeth-staining foods & drinks, your whitening results can begin to fade in as little as one month. But if you avoid these foods and drinks and do not smoke, you can enjoy your white teeth for up to a year or longer before you need to schedule another whitening session.

 

If you have any questions about Zoom! teeth whitening, please call us at 850-444-9988 or contact us online as we’re always happy to speak with you. If you’re ready to whiten and brighten your smile with Zoom!, please schedule an appointment today. We look forward to helping you achieve the whiter & brighter smile you can be proud to show off wherever you go!

 

 

 

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