What to Do If your Dental Veneer Falls Off


Posted on 10/15/2019 by Dr. Nick Raptou
What to Do If your Dental Veneer Falls OffDo you have dental veneers? Dental veneers are also known as porcelain veneers and are basically little custom made shells that are bonded to your teeth to change a variety of things.

Dental veneers are meant to change something about the appearance of your teeth. It could be the color, the size, or even the shape. The point is that they allow you to have the kind of teeth that you would ultimately like to have.

Benefits of Dental Veneers


Dental veneers solve a lot of problems and are, quite frankly, a Godsend for many people. If your teeth are worn down, you can solve it with dental veneers. If your teeth are broken or chipped, you can solve that with dental veneers. If your teeth are irregular in shape, or uneven, or misaligned, then you can solve that with veneers.

If your teeth have gaps between them that you don't like, then you can solve that with dental veneers. If your teeth are discolored then you could also solve that with dental veneers. Getting dental veneers is really easy: just drop by our offices and we can talk about it, getting you the very best dental veneers in a short period.

How to Increase The Lifespan Of Your Dental Veneers


Veneers actually have a very long lifespan. They can last for up to 15 years. However, there are things that can cause your dental veneer to fall off. Anything that puts undue pressure on your veneers could easily dislodge them. You should therefore avoid chewing pencils or biting your nails, or chewing on hard objects in general.

If your dental veneers do come off, do not hesitate and come to our offices immediately. The dental veneers need special cement to be reinstalled and that is why you need our professional help with it. Otherwise, so long as you're careful not to exert undue pressure on them, they are bound to serve you for a very long time.

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