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  1. Arti says:

    Whether you want the porcelain to match your existing enamel or you’d like to choose a lighter shade and match your remaining teeth with a whitening treatment, you can have peace of mind knowing your new and improved smile will be flawless in every way. If you aren’t undergoing a complete smile makeover, you may have one important question on your mind, “Will my veneers stick out like a sore thumb? ” The answer? Absolutely not! Whether you are correcting a minor flaw on one tooth or using veneers to upgrade an entire row of teeth, Dr. Palmer will speak with you in-depth about your smile goals to ensure the end result is seamless. However, they aren’t completely indestructible. Other poor dental habits, like chewing on ice and using tobacco products, are also not recommended. With this in mind, it’s a good idea to avoid hard foods that can leave them vulnerable to breaking, like toffee and peanut brittle. Since veneers are built to last, they are incredibly durable, which allows them to function like your natural teeth. A good place to start is by brushing twice a day, flossing daily, and visiting our office every six months for a professional cleaning. Fortunately, you can help protect your teeth by practicing proper prevention. Although the veneers themselves are cavity-resistant, it’s possible for bacteria and food particles to attack the underl

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