Maintaining Your Dental Veneers

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Dental veneers are thin shells of tooth-colored materials, which are used for covering the front surface of teeth for cosmetic purposes and are also known as porcelain veneers. Veneers are used to change the color, length, shape or size of teeth and are bonded to the front surface of teeth.

Many people are scared to get dental veneers as they fear that maintaining them could be a pain. Fortunately, this is anything but the case. Dental veneers can be maintained with very little work on your part. You will find, however, that they may require a bit of habit adjustment.

Dental veneers should be treated as your own teeth. That means brushing and flossing them should be done regularly. If brushing and flossing your teeth on a daily basis is uncommon to you, you should reconsider getting dental veneers. You can get more knowledge about ‘Dental facet via’ (also known as ‘facette dentaire via’ in French language).

For applying dental veneers, you will have to visit your dentist three times. The first visit is for consultation, the second for making the veneers and the third for applying them. Veneers can be applied to one tooth or simultaneously to multiple teeth.

Before permanently cementing the dental veneer to your tooth, your dentist will check if it fits properly and its color is appropriate by temporarily placing it on your tooth. To ensure the veneer fits properly, your dentist might remove and trim it a few times.

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