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If you follow a product’s directions and get a good result, a once-a-month touch-up session is usually enough.

When your teeth reach a shade you like, you’ll need to repeat the multiple bleaching sessions twice a year or less.

From: Teeth Whitening Safety Tips WebMD Medical Reference

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Richard H. Price, DMD, consumer advisor, American Dental Association.

Laurence Rifkin, DDS, Beverly Hills, Calif.

Michael Sesemann, DDS, president, American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry.

Grace Sun, DDS, West Hollywood, Calif.

American Dental Association: "Tooth Whitening Treatments."

Jorgensen, M. 2002. Journal of the American Dental Association,

Reviewed by Michael Friedman on August 23, 2018

SOURCES:

Richard H. Price, DMD, consumer advisor, American Dental Association.

Laurence Rifkin, DDS, Beverly Hills, Calif.

Michael Sesemann, DDS, president, American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry.

Grace Sun, DDS, West Hollywood, Calif.

American Dental Association: "Tooth Whitening Treatments."

Jorgensen, M. 2002. Journal of the American Dental Association,

Reviewed by Michael Friedman on August 23, 2018

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