If you have had some teeth problems, you are now probably wearing ceramic or porcelain veneers. Veneers are one of the popular teeth fixes that most people do with their doctors, especially the celebrities and people who need to flaunt a perfect smile with a perfect set of teeth. Of course, there is nothing wrong with wanting to have flawless teeth and this is why if you have not tried this procedure, go and try some Veneers Lakewood to have a beautiful smile and bigger confidence.  

Veneers are thin shells that can be made from porcelain or ceramic materials. They are sculpted individually for each patient to perfect some teeth flaws, damages, and imperfections. They are known for their ability to reshape teeth, correct discolorations, fill in teeth gaps, change the length and other teeth-relates corrections.  

 

After the procedure, the patient might think everything is now all right. Even though your veneers, especially porcelain veneers are durable and can last longer times (why not, they are more expensive than other types of veneers), they still need to be maintained and properly. And these are the responsibility you need to do: 

 

 

Practice proper oral hygiene 

Although practicing proper and consistent oral hygiene is one thing you need to do even though you have not had a veneer dental procedure, there is a need to emphasize this. Veneers are now part of your mouth and are considered to be some of your teeth. Taking care of them entails taking care of your whole mouth through regular brushing, cleansing, and flossing. These will prevent decay and stain built up that attract bacteria. Bacteria can cause serious damage to your teeth and veneers and pain to you. 

 

 

Use a soft toothbrush and Proper toothpaste 

Veneers are coating. When you use a hard-bristled toothbrush, they can damage the polish of your veneers. So, it is recommended to use soft bristles. 

 

Harsh toothpaste with harsh abrasives can also damage your veneers. For better and more elaborate advice on the right products to use, you can seek recommendations from your doctor. 

 

 

Do not chew hard food and avoid staining foods 

Even though veneers are as strong and durable as your natural teeth, they still fall prey to decay and damage. Chewing candies, ice, hard nuts, and other hard foods can cause damage not just to your veneers but also to your natural teeth. Also, avoid chewing objects like nails, pencils, and pens.  

 

Likewise, veneers, similar to your natural teeth can also be stained. This is why it is recommended that you avoid food like tea, coffee, food dyes, and other food that contain strong colors and dyes. Aside from this staining food, smoking can also stain your veneers and long exposure to these stains can make them difficult to remove. Take note that these stains do not just damage your veneers, but also your natural teeth 

 

Go to the experts 

Maintaining your veneers also requires experts’ advice and suggestions. Visit your doctor regularly to let them help you with your veneers’ cleaning and maintenance