How Often Should I Whiten My Teeth?

We often get asked how often teeth should be whitened. Because everyone has teeth of various shades and genetics, this answer is ultimately unique depending on the person - this detailed guide can also help though.

In general, we recommend people whiten their teeth everyday to achieve their desired results.

And getting a picture-perfect smile worthy of a Hollywood red carpet can actually be easy.

All you need is 2 minutes, natural ingredients, and you can be on your way to movie-ready pearly whites that’s toxin-free and pain-free!

Team Dr. Brite is revealing how the Get Brite and Stay Brite Natural Teeth Whitening Pen is the perfect duo to help you achieve a smile that’s 2 shades brighter in about 2 days. See also what other top teeth whitening products too look for, while here, we'll specifically cover:

  • How to whiten teeth fast without a strange sensitive feeling
  • How to keep your smile looking continuously radiant


How to Whiten Teeth Fast Without a Strange Sensitive Feeling
Maybe you have tried slimy teeth whitening strips (see how whitening strips work and find out if they are bad for your teeth) or bulky trays that resemble a mouth guard used in contact sports. Not only can these teeth whitening methods feel awkward, they can also leave your teeth feeling strangely sensitive and tingly.

Teeth whitening shouldn’t be this way and that’s where Dr. Brite can help.

The Get Brite™ Teeth Whitening Pen can help you achieve 2 shades brighter in about 2 days thanks to a unique blend of holistic ingredients that includes food-grade hydrogen peroxide and coconut oil.

Food-grade hydrogen peroxide is a more natural bleaching agent that helps whiten teeth quickly. Before you think of bleach in terms of the toxic chemical often used to whiten clothes, that’s not what hydrogen peroxide is.

Instead, we say bleach to describe how teeth can be transformed from dull and yellow to bright and white. And with the help of coconut oil, not only are you getting quick teeth whitening results, your teeth are also getting antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral protection without sensitive-feeling teeth - see here how much teeth whitening costs.

With Dr. Brite’s teeth whitening pens, we recommend using them 2-3 times a day for best results. All it takes is a quick 2 minutes for application and you’re on your way to whiter smile.

But what about maintaining a smile’s pearly white appearance or a peroxide-free option for those who experience ultra-sensitivity? Dr. Brite has you covered there too!

How to Keep Your Smile Looking Continuously Radiant
Let’s say you have a fantastically white smile that you want to protect against future stains. Or maybe you would like an incredibly gentle way to whiten your teeth.

Dr. Brite’s Stay Brite Pen contains a peroxide-free formula infused with coconut oil, baking soda, and just a dash of activated charcoal that helps lift deep-set stains and helps protect teeth from daily stains - remenber there are ingredients in beverages and food that cause stains, so paying attention to what you eat after whitening your teeth, should be a must.This pen, though, is also great to help desensitize teeth and protect them from sensitivity.

Along with the gentle teeth whitening benefits and antibacterial power of coconut oil, we are including activated charcoal as a new ingredient in the Stay Brite formula. Activated charcoal helps whiten teeth by latching onto pigments that would create stains.

Both the Get Brite and Stay Brite Pens can be used as system to reveal a brite smile. Here’s what we suggest:

  1. Use the Get Brite Pen in the morning after brushing to start your day.
  2. After you have your first cup of coffee or tea, use the Stay Brite Pen to help prevent stains and to lift existing stains. You can also use the Stay Brite Pen again after lunch in the afternoon.
  3. Lastly, use the Get Brite Pen again right before you go to bed to help whiten your smile fast

Each pen is designed to give you between 20-30 uses so that you can achieve the radiant smile you desire.

Now it’s your turn to get a brighter, whiter smile the nontoxic and pain-free way! Shop our Get Brite™ Pens, our Stay Brite™ Pens, or get our most popular Teeth Whitening Set at a discount.

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1. Is it bad to whiten your teeth everyday?

Certainly. Using teeth whitening solutions excessively can cause damage to your teeth. Whitening your teeth rarely causes long-term harm, but it may cause temporary discomfort. The dentist can offer you suggestions for preventing future discomfort if you experience discomfort following your treatment.

2. What happens if u whiten your teeth too much?

Bleaching teeth excessively can cause tooth erosion. You risk destroying your teeth' enamel if you expose them to bleaching chemicals in excess. This can lead to long-term dental health problems, such as tooth decay and breakage, as well as a significant discomfort.

3. Can you overdo teeth whitening?

It is possible overdo it when whitening your teeth since overdoing it can bleach your teeth and embarrass you. Bleaching too often can lead to discomfort, discoloration, and even deterioration of the enamel.

4. How often should I whiten my teeth at home?

We advise patients to refrain from over-whitening their teeth because it can lead to sensitivity problems and make their teeth appear transparent. We advocate professional or at-home teeth whitening only once a year.

5. How many times per week should you whiten your teeth?

In general, dentists advise undergoing one or two professional whitening procedures annually. Up to 14 consecutive days can be spent using at-home whitening kits. These kits can be used a few times year to maintain the results of professional teeth whitening.

6. How long do whiten teeth last?

The benefits of tooth whitening might last anywhere from 6 months to up to 2-3 years. From one to person, it differs.

7. Can teeth whitening damage teeth?

No, teeth whitening won't harm the enamel on your teeth.

8. Why is teeth whitening not working?

If teeth whitening doesn't work for you, it can be because of the bleaching gel's strength, the kind of dental stains or spots, or the product you're using. Whitening toothpaste is not effective at removing ingrained stains.

1 Response

Jillian Grubb

Jillian Grubb

August 07, 2020

I have a part denture, can pen be used on this as well as my normal teeth

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