Caring for your veneers is simple. Brush and floss your teeth as you normally would and avoid biting on hard objects such as ice or hard candy. You
Veneers are designed to look and feel just like your natural teeth, so they should be comfortable once they are placed. You may experience some sensitivity or discomfort during the adjustment period, but this is typically minimal and temporary.
Receiving veneers typically takes two visits to our office. During your first visit, we’ll evaluate your dental health and take impressions of your teeth. During your second visit, we’ll place the veneers.
In most cases, a small amount of tooth structure may need to be removed to make room for the veneers. However, this is typically minimal and is done to ensure a natural-looking result.
Veneers are a long-lasting cosmetic solution, but they are not permanent. With proper care and maintenance, they can last for many years, but eventually, they may need to be replaced.