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Do veneers ruin your teeth?

Porcelain veneers are one of the best ways to hide damaged and untidy teeth and make your smile more beautiful. However, many patients question whether this porcelain veneer will damage the tooth and cause tooth loss or not. The answer to this question is negative; the veneer will not damage your teeth. Join us in this article to learn about porcelain veneers and restore your beautiful smile.

Does the veneer ruin your natural teeth?

Veneers do not damage your natural teeth. Veneers are designed to fit over your natural teeth and double your natural beauty. To make sure that these veneers do not harm the teeth, you need to get to know how they work. Visit our doctor, he will introduce the best veneer suitable for your teeth. He places the crown on your teeth and then glues it on the teeth. The dentist attaches the veneer to the teeth with a composite resin that dries under a special light. After the veneer is attached to the tooth, its shape is adjusted according to your face and mouth and then it is polished. Then, the cosmetic dentist makes sure that the teeth and veneer are neat and perfect. Our doctor’s goal is to ensure that you are satisfied with your new smile.

What effect does the veneer have on the teeth?

The composite resin used to attach the veneer to the tooth is not harmful to the tooth. Therefore, veneers do not harm the underlying teeth. Plus, porcelain veneers don’t have enamel like the surface of your teeth. For this reason, coatings that are not made of enamel have benefits. As a result, the veneers do not stain like natural teeth. You can drink coffee and other dark liquids without stress and don’t worry about the stain on your teeth. In addition, veneers are hard and more resistant than natural teeth. It can be said that veneers not only do not damage the teeth but also make them resistant to stains and damage.

Does the crown fall off?

Although porcelain veneers are made to beautify your smile, accidents are inevitable. The cover may break or fall off. Of course, there are many reasons for the coating to break and fall off. Whatever the cause, you need to fix the problem as soon as possible. If you have a problem with your dental crown, continue reading this article to solve the problem.

What is the cause of the coating falling off?

There are many reasons for veneers to break and fall off. Some common reasons for this are:

  • Coating aging

Usually, veneers should last up to ten years. During this time, the glue that sticks the veneer on the tooth weakens. When the adhesive loses its strength, the coating may fall off.

  • Your dentist did not attach the crown correctly

If your new crown falls off, your dentist probably did not bond it properly. If this happens to you, do not go to the same dentist and make an appointment with our doctor.

  • Your tooth is damaged

Tooth decay may cause the veneer to fall off. If your natural tooth is decayed, then there is not much left for the crown to adhere to. Fortunately, you can prevent tooth decay or the progression of decay by choosing the right lifestyle. Some medications can worsen tooth decay.

  • You don’t take good care of dental veneers

If you do not take good care of the covers, the possibility of them breaking or falling will increase. Coatings usually have high resistance. But if you often chew hard objects like ice and candy or grind your teeth with them, their life will be shortened. Chewing hard foods and grinding teeth cause damage to veneers and teeth. Therefore, it is better to leave anything that causes damage to the coating.

Can the covers be glued again?

If the crown falls, it is usually removed from the tooth properly. But if you try to glue it in place yourself, you will do more damage to it. Most of the adhesives available to you are not suitable for bonding teeth. For this reason, they do not keep the coating in place for a long time. The dentist uses special glue and cements to attach the crown. Also, regular glue is toxic and it’s not a good idea to use it in the mouth. So you should keep in mind that you should never stick the veneer on the tooth yourself. Attempting to reattach veneers is dangerous for your oral health and your overall health.

How can I replace the fallen cover?

The only solution to problems related to dental veneers is to make an appointment with a dentist in Canada. Our doctor will examine your mouth to see if it is a good idea to stick the same veneer as before or not. The dentist uses medical glue and cement with high resistance for dental purposes. Usually, when the coating breaks, the doctor suggests that you use a new coating. Sometimes the doctor cannot repair the broken lining.

How much does the cover cost?

Many factors are involved in the patient’s payment for veneers. The number of covers you receive affects the total cost. Also, ask your doctor about the cost of covering several teeth at the same time. Our doctor offers you the best options. Our clinic’s goal is to help patients smile again.


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