Dental Hygiene and Veneers

Once placed, your porcelain veneers should not cause any difficulties with your dental hygiene routine. Because they are bonded to the front of your teeth, veneers are just as easy to take care of as your natural tooth enamel. However, like your natural teeth, veneers will be impacted by a poor dental hygiene routine. The care you take of your veneers will play a determining role in how they look and how long they last.

Taking Care of Veneers

To take good care of your veneers:

• Brush your teeth after every meal and snack
• Floss at least once a day, preferably morning and night
• Avoid chewing on hard candy or ice
• Visit our Pittsburgh office every six months for professional cleanings and thorough examinations

During your biannual dental hygiene visits, we will be able to make sure your veneers are maintaining their strength and beauty and, when necessary, replace them to help ensure your smile remains stunningly beautiful for years to come.

If you live in Pittsburgh, Allison Park, Oakland, or surrounding areas of Pennsylvania and would like to learn more about porcelain veneers, please contact Dentonics to schedule a consultation with one of our experienced cosmetic dentists today.

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