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How to Clean Your Porcelain Veneers

How to Clean Your Porcelain VeneersPorcelain veneers can correct many aesthetic problems and leave you with a smile that is practically glowing. They are durable and stain-resistant, which makes them a popular option for many in search of a more attractive smile. Dr. Mirani, cosmetic dentist in Beverly Hills, recommends careful maintenance of your porcelain veneers to ensure long-lasting, healthy-looking results.

Brushing

Brushing your teeth at least twice a day or after meals removes the plaque and bacteria that can irritate your gums or decay your teeth. We recommend using a soft-bristled toothbrush and non-abrasive fluoride toothpaste to avoid damaging your veneers and irritating your gums.

Flossing

Daily flossing removes the plaque and debris that tends to build up along the gumline and between your teeth. Flossing your teeth after you have received your porcelain veneers can help keep your teeth strong and your gums healthy.

Oral Appliances

If you grind or clench your teeth, Dr. Mirani may recommend that you wear a night guard or oral appliance that will protect your teeth and your veneers from damage or premature wear.

Things to Avoid

Alcohol can dissolve the resin that bonds your porcelain veneers to your teeth, which is why it may be necessary to limit your alcohol consumption. You should also avoid chewing ice, biting hard objects or eating foods that are exceptionally sticky or hard in order to protect your veneers.

Contact Dr. Mirani, expert in porcelain veneers in Beverly Hills, today to learn more or to schedule your consultation for porcelain veneers.

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