Is it okay to be whitening teeth when I have veneers?

Of course. You can safely whiten your teeth. The whitening gel is not going to affect your veneers at all. Remember, the color of veneers will not change, only the color of your teeth will.
Depends. Veneers do not change color with whitening but other teeth can be whitened. Whitening material has no effect on veneers.
Yes. It is fine to whiten your teeth if you have veneers. Just remember your veneers will not whiten like the rest of your teeth. So if you have veneers on the upper front teeth, it is ok to whiten the upper back teeth and the lower teeth. If you use whitening trays, don't put the gel in the teeth with veneers. You will use less gel and may have enough extra gel to whiten teeth 1 or 2 extra times.
Veneers and. Other filling materials do not respond to whitening materials. Only natural tooth structure responds. Best to whiten first if possible prior to cosmetic enhancement. Hope this helps.
Whiten first. Better to have the whitening done first, then the veneers. The material that veneers are made our of- porcelain or acrylic- will not whiten.

Related Questions

Are composite veneers the best choice for whitening teeth with enamel loss?

Depends. There are a lot of factors that go into determining which option is best for your situation. Composite veneers are one option as well as porcelain veneers, crowns, etc. Your dentist needs to evaluate your particular risk factors & your bite to determine which would be best for you.
Yes. Depending on the severity of enamel loss, but composite veneers can be a viable treatment. I prefer porcelain veneers due to their superior look and longevity.
Maybe. Ask your dentist what material works best for them and will be best for you.
Only if. .. Composite bonding is an excellent option, only if your dentist has exceptional artistic abilities. To make a direct composite veneer takes a real artist. If your dentist is not one, then the lab made ceramic veneers may be a better option.
Depends. Depends on your expectations, and long term goals, be aware that composites do change color and stain over time, they are not as durable as lab made veneers, but with a great cosmetic dentist who layers the resin and tints, and applies opalescence and proper translucencies, they can look just as nice as an exceptional ceramist lab made veneer.