Once your veneers dental are in place, you may not need follow-up appointments. The cleaning and care of them can be done at home quite easily and without the need for any special equipment. Although your teeth may have some feeling for a couple of days after placement, they will eventually return to normal, so you can clean them and take care of normal.
- Use whitening toothpaste to clean your dental veneers. Although you cannot change your color, the toothpaste can prevent plaque and stains from forming on them, affecting the appearance and overall appearance of the implants.
- Brush, floss and rinse as you would your natural teeth. Keep your dental veneers in good condition prevent tooth decay and gum disease change the color of teeth behind veneers (which have an effect on the color of the veneers too).
- Clean dental veneers paste formulas professionals such as Super smile teeth. Available only through dentists or online, this toothpaste was specially formulated to prevent and remove stains on veneers without the use of abrasives.
- Ask your dentist to show you the proper technique for flossing after placement of veneers. This will keep pressure put in the wrong places and provoke cracks or breaks. Your dentist may tell you that you must slide the floss sideways instead of straight pull the gum line.
- Make regular appointments for checkups and professional cleanings. Although a hygienist will have no need for any cleaning agent directly onto the veneers, you can ensure that no plaque between them or on the back of your teeth. Seek the hygienist who has the most experience treating patients with veneers.
Tips & Warnings :
- When you clean your veneers at first, practice applying different degrees of pressure. If you feel uncomfortable, you’re pushing too hard. Clean the edges of your veneers, where the adhesive agent touches the gum line. Although veneers are stain resistant, cement used to join them is not.
- Veneers are susceptible to fracture and break if treated aggressively.