How to maintain Teeth Whitening results
Please note that teeth whitening is not permanent. With no intervention, the colour of your newly whitened teeth will slowly fade back to their previous colour.
The time between topping up your teeth whitening depends mainly on lifestyle choices, such as your diet, as this impacts how quickly your teeth stains return.
Teeth staining can occur from lots of different food and drinks like coffee, tea, red wine, tomato sauce and dark-coloured fruits like blueberries and blackberries. To help keep your teeth whiter for longer, try to limit your consumption of these foods and drinks or rinse your mouth with water after eating or drinking them.
There is good news however!
While many foods and drink can stain teeth, there are also some that can help whiten them. Foods like apples, pears, celery and carrots can help whiten teeth when eaten raw due to their crunchy texture.
Other food items such as cheese, yogurt and milk contain lactic acid that helps to remove stains from the tooth enamel.