Nothing new here really, just what you should be doing anyway…
After your veneers have been placed, it is even more important you maintain good oral habits- brushing twice daily
with a fluoride toothpaste
once in the evening. This will help to avoid tooth decay and gum disease
which could compromise the look of your new veneers.
By now most of us know what causes stain to pick up on your teeth, so to keep them looking at their optimum, it is recommended to watch the teas, coffees, red wines, colas and for all you smokers out there- I couldn’t think of a more perfect time to make a fresh start and kick the habit.
Teeth without veneers are even more susceptible to staining, so by doing this you help to keep everything nicely blended in.
Regular dental checkups and cleaning are necessary regardless in order to keep your mouth healthy and detect any problems in their early stages. The more work you have done to your teeth, the more important these checks become, as the likelihood of something going wrong increases. This way any early signs of problems can be dealt with before more serious damage is done.