Dental veneers are thin, porcelain shells fitted over the teeth to help produce a more even appearance. Maintaining a good oral care routine including regular check-ups by your dentist will help your dental veneers last longer.Key takeaways:
- Continue to brush your teeth twice daily with a non-abrasive toothpaste, as well as flossing on a daily basis too.
- Teeth grinding can damage veneers and will need treatment prior to having your dental veneers custom-made.
- Do not bite or chew on hard items like pens or ice which could damage your dental veneers.
"As your veneers are very sturdy, don’t be afraid to damage them with regular brushing and flossing. That being said, you should never brush or floss too aggressively."Read the full story herehttps://yourdentalhealthresource.com/how-to-best-take-care-of-your-dental-veneers/