Dr Brown in Hellertown, PA with Reviews - YP.com

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It's a good idea to have your teeth professionally cleaned before having them whitened, since cleaning can enhance your results. If you have sensitive teeth, using Sendodyne(a fluoride toothpaste), or a fluoride rinse in the two weeks leading up to your first teeth-whitening session will help you minimize or avoid tooth sensitivity.
Good oral hygiene is essential in keeping teeth bright following teeth whitening. This means flossing at least once daily, and brushing your teeth twice a day. Regular use of activated charcoal or a whitening toothpaste can help teeth retain their whiteness.
One potential side effect of teeth whitening is tooth sensitivity. Delicate gum tissues may also be irritated during teeth-whitening treatment.
Teeth whitening doesn't work on veneers, caps, and bonding. However, teeth whitening will not weaken these structures, and it may actually make them stronger.
Teeth whitening isn't permanent, and the whiteness can start to diminish in as little as a month. However, if you avoid foods that can stain teeth and practice diligent oral hygiene, results can last up to a year.

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