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  1. Arti says:

    After that, you can eat virtually anything you want, with a few exceptions. Chewing hard foods and objects may damage your veneers. Simply brush and floss them as you normally would, and visit us for checkups and cleanings every six months. If you have a habit of grinding your teeth while you sleep, we highly suggest getting a custom-made nightguard from us to protect your veneers from damage. Also, if you play sports, it helps to invest in a custom mouthguard to avoid injury to your veneers and the rest of your teeth. Luckily, veneers in Dayton don’t require any special care beyond what you would give to your natural teeth. For the first few days after getting your veneers, you’ll probably want to stick to a soft food diet, as your teeth may be a little sore. In this situation, try not to panic. Simply hold onto it until you can get to our office. Call us immediately and let us know what happened. We will do our utmost to see you as soon as possible to repair or replace your veneer as soon as we can. Do NOT try and replace your veneers yourself. In the meantime, avoid biting or chewing with the affected tooth. While this situation is rare, it can happen, especially if you grind your teeth, play contact sports, or eat one of the hard items listed above.

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