Did you know that there is a possibility of infection and damage in the work of cosmetic dentists and laminating teeth? Dental laminate is a thin adhesive material that is used to maintain the natural appearance of the tooth. Based on the type of material they are made of, laminates are categorized as porcelain laminates, composites, zirconia, etc. Cosmetic dentists in Canada use laminates to cover stains on teeth, treat minor cracks, and hide gaps between teeth. In this article, our dentist experts have mentioned the reasons for dental laminate infection along with tips to prevent it.
Dental veneers are made of composite materials, so they can wear down or become infected. Infection may occur in the natural tooth that is under the laminate, especially where the laminate is attached to the tooth. If the bacteria in the mouth around the laminate that is attached to the tooth are not properly destroyed, they enter the space between the laminate and the tooth and settle under the laminates. These bacteria destroy both the tooth and the gum tissue around the laminate. As mentioned below, this bacterial infection may also occur due to improper installation of laminates:
Therefore, it is suggested that if you notice a black spot on your tooth or if you feel that your tooth laminate is sensitive for a few weeks, you should inform your dentist immediately. Because tooth sensitivity is one of the symptoms of infection.
When your teeth are laminated, your dentist will advise you about things like brushing your teeth properly. This is our advice. You should have an effective dental hygiene routine that includes things like brushing, flossing, and using antibacterial mouthwashes to kill bacteria in your mouth. In addition, the cosmetic dentists of our clinic have two other recommendations so that those who choose dental laminates can maintain the beauty of their smile with the help of these recommendations: