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  • April 12, 2022

Everything You Need To Know About Porcelain Veneers East Bentleigh

Porcelain veneers are custom-made tooth shells that hide dental imperfections, like the stained teeth after years of drinking large macchiatos.

Good quality porcelain veneers in East Bentleigh are tooth-like, thin slips that are bonded to the exterior of your teeth using solid mildly activated gel.

When they're fixed onto the surfaces of natural teeth these shells of porcelain can protect more than just the yellowing marks and gray tints. They can also disguise teeth that have malformations such as cracks, chips and rough edges by changing the form of the tooth that they cover.

The veneers (or any veneer in general) will not align teeth but do enhance the appearance of discolored or damaged teeth. They also help make tiny spaces between the teeth.

Age range recommended: Porcelain veneers should be used on older people only. As the gums get older teeth may appear dark in the gum line when enamel of teeth that are not veneered is exposed.

When can I expect results? Veneers can take approximately two weeks to be made So don't go in to visit the dentist and expect to receive porcelain veneers on the same day at the time of your appointment.

Who shouldn't be using it?: Teeth that are crowded can be covered with porcelain veneers , but only up to a certain extent. Consult your dentist on how the amount of enamel needs to be removed before applying the veneers. If you suffer from gum diseases, then you might be advised against the procedure until the gums are taken care of. When you grind your teeth it can reduce the lifespan of the veneers.

Aftercare: Brush floss, brush, and make regular appointments with your dentist to extend the lifespan of the porcelain on your veneers. Since veneers can collect plaque, make sure you ensure you get at minimum three professional dental cleanings each year. Plaque trapped in the teeth can lead to gum disease and eventually root canals. Teeth may become darker and brittle following root canals.