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Q:Can I brush my teeth immediately before using Whitening strips? A:Do NOT brush immediately BEFORE applying strips. To avoid gum irritation, allow for some time to pass after you have brushed your teeth to apply strips. Q:Can I wear Whitening strips overnight while I sleep? A:No, do not wear Whitening strips overnight or while sleeping. Q:How do I use Whitening strips? A:It is best if you do not brush your teeth immediately before applying strips. Open the pouch and remove the strip. Peel the strips from the backing liner and align with gum line. Press gently for good contact. Fold the rest of strip behind teeth to keep in place. Wear strips for required amount of time, then remove and discard. Q:How long do the results last for? A:The results will last for as long as 18 months to 2 years but this is influenced by the eating and drinking behaviors of the patient as well as other factors such as taking certain medications and smoking. Another very important factor to ensure long lasting results is to maintain excellent oral hygiene practices. Q:How long I should refrain from coffee and red wine after bleaching? A:It is recommended to avoid such during whitening and for 1 week after tooth bleaching. If you feel that your teeth have yellowed over time, it is okay to do touch-up bleaching applications every 4-6 months as needed. Q:How long the whitening will results last? A:Generally, immediately after bleaching, the color will fade slightly and then remain stable for approx. 6 months to a year, sometimes longer. It is recommended for maintenance to touch up your smile every 4-6 months Q:How long will it take for teeth to become their whitest? A:Results vary. Some teeth whiten dramatically in just a few days, while others can take a few months. The majority of people whiten within 2-3 weeks. The more yellow versus gray color you have in your teeth, the better the bleaching. Grey enamel similar to that of Tetracycline (antibiotic) staining is more difficult to bleach and can take a few months to achieve a result.