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I have yellow teeth and when I asked my dentist about teeth whitening he said once you have done tat then it should be done every 6 months else teeth yellow will become much more worser than the initial position. Is it true
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Dr. Rashmi Punhani
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Hello there...teeth whitening or bleaching is not advisable so frequently as it will weaken ur tooth enamel and u will end up with sensitivity in your teeth... You can visit a nearby dentist and go for veneers. That will stay life long n improve your smile too... Take care ..!!
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Dr. M. R. Pujari
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Hi.. Yes frequent teeth whitening is not advisable. It will make your teeth enamel weak. Go for Laminates as a permanent solution. Regards
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Dr. Prem Kumar
Dentist 10 yrs exp Chennai
Hi Teeth whitening is a procedure done with the use of mild acids that will improve your teeth shade but that whitening will not last longer, maximum will stay for 6 months. Teeth whitening is not suitable for all. Proper examination of teeth is important before the procedure or else you will end up in sensitivity. Regards Dr. Prem kumar MDS
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