Secrets of Proper Care for Veneers
Veneers are a fantastic way to improve your smile, and with proper care they will last ten years or more. Did you know that when veneers were invented in 1928, they were used primarily to change the appearance of actors' teeth? Over time, this procedure has become available to everyone. They are often used to fix discolored, worn out, chipped, misaligned, irregularly shaped teeth, or to make your smile even better.
What considerations need to be made when it comes to caring for veneers? To start with, it is important to note that you do not need any special care for your veneers to look great. It is easy to take care of veneers, the main thing is not to forget about daily procedures.
Let's start with the most important thing, brushing your teeth.
You need to brush your teeth at least 2 times a day. If you have the opportunity, you can brush your teeth after eating, for example 3 times a day, this will ensure not only freshness of your breath, but also protection of your teeth from the appearance of plaque. Not only is the brushing process important for complete oral care, the choice of a toothbrush is also important. Dentists recommend using soft bristled toothbrushes to avoid damaging or scratching the veneers.
A silicone PomaBrush will do the job perfectly. It can effectively remove bacteria and plaque between your teeth. PomaBrush does a great job of deep brushing your teeth and removing bacteria stuck in between, while still providing gentle brushing.
“Dentists recommend using soft bristled toothbrushes to avoid damaging or scratching the veneers.”
Another advantage of PomaBrush silicone brushes is that the bristles on silicone toothbrushes stay clean longer. This is because the silicone they are made from has natural antimicrobial properties. Microbes do not accumulate either on the bristles or on the toothbrush itself, as the PomaBrush is completely made of silicone.
You can also use dental floss for complete oral care.
Use dental floss at least once a day to remove particles trapped between your teeth and protect the health of your teeth, veneers and gums. It is best to use dental floss after every meal.
Don't forget about the foods you are consuming.
Be extremely careful with solid foods. Veneers are quite durable, but they can chip and break. While normal food shouldn't be a problem, it's best not to chew anything that is too hard.
Like your natural teeth, veneers can stain, so it is advised to limit your consumption of foods that cause discoloration, such as coffee, red wine, dark sodas, tea, soy sauce, and berries.
And remember the main rule - your smile is your self-confidence. Pay a little more attention to your oral care and enjoy your life!