Recovery After Veneers
Most people don’t require anesthesia for veneers, which means that you will be able to return to your normal activities after the appointment is finished. After the veneers are placed, you might experience a small amount of tooth sensitivity, which usually goes away within two weeks. After this adjustment period, your teeth will feel normal and function naturally. It’s amazing to see the positive impact your new smile will have on all areas of your life!
Caring for Your Veneer
The ceramic material used for veneers is durable, which means it will hold up against normal wear and tear. But you need to be consistent to maintain regular dental habits and good hygiene. The veneers should be brushed and flossed as normal, and it is suggested that you are consistent with regular dental exams. If you are prone to grinding and clenching, then wearing a nightguard can help to protect your veneers from damage.
Veneers are resistant to staining and other damage, often holding up better natural enamel. But you should still be diligent about avoiding food and drinks that increase the risk of staining. Also, be careful to not chew on hard objects that might damage the veneers, such as hard candy, fingernails, or ice.
Porcelain Veneers In New York City
Dr. Braverman is the New York City specialist for porcelain veneers. If you are looking for exceptional cosmetic dentistry services in the area, then you are welcome to contact us for information. Porcelain veneers are a permanent, beautiful solution to overcome common dental imperfections, but this treatment isn’t for everyone. Call us 212-688-3838 or click the link below to schedule a free consultation with Dr. Braverman and find out if you are a good candidate for porcelain veneers.