How To Care For Press On Veneers
How To Care For Press On Veneers – Everything You Need To Know
Not sure how to care for press on veneers from TruSmile Veneers? We know it’s exciting to enjoy your new smile, but it’s also important to know how to take care of your teeth to keep them in great shape for the months and years to come.
It’s important to clean your veneers every day and treat them properly. In this guide, we’ll discuss a few basic steps you need to take to clean and care for your veneers and to keep them looking bright and beautiful.
- Know How To Clean Your Veneers Properly
To care for press on veneers properly, you need to clean your veneers at least once a day. Use a soft-bristled toothbrush and a non-scented antibacterial soap. Run warm water over your veneers, and apply the soap.
Then, scrub with your toothbrush until every surface has been cleaned, and rinse off the veneers to remove any soap residue. After this, let them air dry or pat them down, then store them in their case. It’s just that easy!
- Clean Your Veneers After Every Use
You should always clean your veneers after each use for the best results. This will help them last longer and prevent stains. While your veneers are guaranteed against discoloration and stains for up to 2 years, proper cleaning after each use can help them last 5 years or longer, so don’t neglect veneer care.
Whenever you take them out, clean them! Even rinsing your mouth and your veneers with warm water can help keep them clean if you’re not able to give them a complete clean with soap, water, and a toothbrush.
- Remove Your Veneers At Night
You should never wear your clip on veneers at night. Doing so can encourage bacterial buildup in your mouth, and it’s not really necessary, since nobody will notice how your smile looks while you’re asleep.
At night, clean your veneers according to the above instructions, and let them dry overnight. This keeps them odor-free, shiny, and bright.
- Avoid Extremely Hot Drinks To Avoid Stains & Warping
You should avoid drinking coffee, tea, hot chocolate, and other hot beverages. Hot beverages are more likely to stain your veneers, and they can also cause the veneers to warp over time, since the plastic used to make your veneers is not intended to hold up to extremely hot temperatures. If you want to drink a hot beverage, we recommend that you remove your veneers.
- Never Soak Press On Veneers In Mouthwash
When it comes to care for press on veneers, you may be tempted to simply soak your veneers in mouthwash to clean them. Don't do this. While mouthwash can kill bacteria and clean your veneers, most mouthwashes have artificial coloring that can stain your veneers over time.
- Avoid Using Wire Brushes Or Sharp Objects To Clean Veneers
The only thing you should use to clean your veneers is a soft-bristled toothbrush. Don’t use a sharp toothpick, wire brushes, or anything else to try to clean your veneers. If you do, you could permanently scratch, scrape, damage, or destroy your veneers.
- Don’t Blow Dry Your Veneers
You should never try to blow dry your veneers to dry them off after you clean them. Doing so will expose them to very high heat, and will likely cause them to warm and become damaged and unusable. Even on the lowest setting, never use a hair dryer to blow dry your veneers.
Instead, simply pat your veneers dry before you put them in the case, or let them air dry after you clean them. It will likely only take a few minutes for your veneers to air dry, so there’s no reason to try to rush the process by using a blow dryer.
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Having confidence in your teeth can make a huge impact on your life. If you are interested in improving your smile, shop online at TruSmile Veneers now, or feel free to contact us online if you have any questions. Our team is always here to provide you with more information, and make sure that you get the smile you deserve.
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