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I am having porcelain veneers put on my front teeth. I would also like to whiten my bottom teeth. Which should I do first - whiten all of my teeth and then have my procelain veneers matched to my new white teeth, or have the veneers on first and then whiten? LeeLee in Toronto, Ontario

LeeLee, the horse always goes before the cart. After you whiten your teeth wait 4-6 weeks for the color to stabilize and then put the veneers on. For optimal results get the Britesmile procedure as well as a take home kit. Use the take home kit at least 5-10 times, after the Britesmile, to achieve the best results.

Put the veneers on after you get your teeth as white as possible, but wait 4-6 weeks for stabilization. Have your dentist use Procera or Fortress veneers, which have a lot of translucency, that makes the teeth look very natural and beautiful.

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