Gift Yourself the Smile You’ve Always Dreamed Of!

While it may not be common for people to have a picture-perfect smile, it certainly feels like everyone does these days. Porcelain veneers have become a popular way to improve oral imperfections, boost confidence, and create a symmetrical smile. Porcelain veneers are applied in just two visits to the dentist, and the process does not involve any recovery time. Healthline notes that once the anesthetic wears off, it is possible to eat and chew normally. Porcelain veneers offer various benefits and will last for many years to come. They generally last around ten years, though some research suggests that this type of veneer can last up to 20 years with proper care. 

 

Here are some ways to best preserve porcelain veneers:

 

  1.     Refrain from chewing on hard objects. 
  2.     Keep your veneers clean, making sure to brush, floss, and get cleanings regularly.
  3.   Use a whitening toothpaste.
  4.   Do not open anything using your teeth. 
  5.   Stay healthy; eat wholesome foods!
  6.   Wear a mouthguard if you grind your teeth while sleeping. 

 

Give yourself the gift of a perfect smile. Dental veneers made with porcelain will look and feel so natural that you might even fool yourself. Book a consultation appointment with Westwood Dental Esthetics today, and be one step closer to a new you!

 

Author
Kaivan Kiai DDS

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