Cavities Forming Behind Porcelain Veneers

Cavities Forming Behind Porcelain Veneers
Cavities Forming Behind Porcelain Veneers

You should also have long-term goals to take care of your veneers. This includes regular trips to the dentist and trying to avoid substances that destroy the bond between your teeth and veneers.

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How can I avoid cavities forming behind my veneers?
It all starts with your choice of cosmetic dentist. Choosing the right dentist can eliminate many problems. An inexperienced dentist might not put the veneers on correctly, leaving over hangs, ledges or shelves where food can gather. This creates bacteria leading to tooth decay. A cosmetic dentist with great experience will likely put your veneers on smoothly and properly, as to eliminate this problem.

You should also have long-term goals to take care of your veneers. This includes regular trips to the dentist and trying to avoid substances that destroy the bond between your teeth and veneers. Alcohol is the main reason that veneers come off or move. It can also cause damage hidden underneath your tooth where a cavity can form and you won''t know until it causes pain.

You don''t want to use toothpaste that is too abrasive for your new veneers. You should consult your dentist about which kind to use.

While prevention is the best way to take care of your veneers, sometimes things occur that are just unexpected. Don''t wait to go to the dentist. These things are easily treated when you get on them from the get go. Decay underneath the tooth is very hard to detect. If this happens, usually it gets to the point where the only option is to perform a root canal on the tooth.

If you live in the Washington D.C. and northern Virginia area and you would like to learn more about porcelain veneers, or you think you may have a cavity behind your existing veneers, you can visit the website of Dr. Chung at Softouch Dental Care, where Dr. Chung and his staff can answer your questions.

Website: http://www.softouchdentalcare.com


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