How Long Until I Can Smoke After Teeth Whitening?
Smokers is best to stop smoking for at least 3 weeks before commencing the teeth bleaching procedure.
After teeth whitening procedure it is advisable not to smoke at least 1 month.
Smoking will cause a build up on teeth that can cause a yellow color staining. Using tobacco will actually speed up how fast your teeth lose the new whiteness. And the smoking not only defeats the effect of whitening but there is concern about the hydrogen peroxide mixture with smoking having a potential effect on tissue damage already known to be caused by smoking.