Follow our advice to keep your veneers in pristine condition
Although porcelain is highly resilient to staining and cannot decay, porcelain veneers still require regular care and attention in the same way that natural teeth do. Click here to view the treatment process.
Oral hygiene routine
It is essential to maintain good oral habits – brush twice a day with a fluoride toothpaste and floss daily.
Use a mouthwash daily. This will help minimise the risk of tooth decay and gum disease.
Choose a veneer-friendly diet
Avoiding substances that stain teeth will prevent obvious contrasts in colour between your new veneers and your natural teeth. Limit your intake of the most common foods and drinks that cause staining: black teas, coffees and red wines.
It is also advisable to give up smoking to avoid nicotine stains. Book your consultation today.
Regular dental examinations
We recommend checkups at least once a year as well as regular visits to the hygienist for professional cleaning.
This allows your dentist to detect any early signs of problems which can be dealt with before anything more serious occurs.
Wear a night guard
If you have a tendency to grind your teeth, we recommend getting fitted for a night guard.
This will prevent your veneers from being worn down.
Visit this page to see our gallery of before and after photos. Patients treated at The London Centre for Cosmetic Dentistry for dental veneers had the option of porcelain veneers or premium Zirconia veneers.