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How To Care For Your Removable Veneers

If you’ve been looking for simple and cost-effective solutions for unsightly problems with your teeth, TruSmile removable veneers may be the solution you’ve been looking for. TruSmile veneers grant people the ability to get the smile that they’ve always wanted, without costly or uncomfortable dental procedures. Once you’ve ordered your TruSmile veneers and you’ve used your at-home kit to create your teeth impressions, you’ll have your removable veneers back on your doorstep in two short weeks. Once you have your veneers, you are free to use them for important outings, presentations at work, and even to just feel more confident as you run daily errands. However, there are some important steps you’ll want to follow in ensuring that you are properly caring for your TruSmile Veneers.



Caring For Your Removable Veneers

 


Inserting And Removing Your Veneers


Carefully insert and remove your veneers with your fingertips. You can gently twist your veneers if need be when you’re inserting your veneers over your natural teeth. Always make sure that your veneers are fully seated on your teeth. When you insert or remove your veneers, you should not have to use excessive force.



Cleaning Your Veneers


You should wash your veneers every time before you insert them into your mouth. You should also clean your veneers every time you remove them from your mouth. Never use toothpaste or set your veneers into mouthwash to clean them. Your veneers should be cleaned with mild soap and warm water. Your veneers should never come into contact with water hotter than 120 degrees fahrenheit. Make sure that you clean the inner and outer surface of your veneers, and shake the veneers to dry them. Don’t use hot air to dry your veneers. If your veneers should develop an odd smell, you can soak them in a concentrated soap for an hour and then brush your veneers carefully with a soft toothbrush. If you don’t wash your veneers often, they may become discolored.



Sleeping, Eating, And Storing Your Veneers


You should remove your veneers before you go to sleep. Any time that you are not wearing your removable veneers, you should store them in the case that TruSmile provides. While eating is not encouraged when wearing your veneers, you can eat soft foods, such as yogurt. Your TruSmile veneers are meant to be a cosmetic fix to the look of your teeth, and eating or chewing could result in fracturing or cracking your veneers. Excessive biting can lead to your removable veneers deteriorating before the expected lifespan of five years.



Removable veneers from TruSmile have a six-month 100 percent satisfaction guarantee when it comes to the manufacturing of your veneers. If you properly care for your TruSmile removable veneers, you can expect to get the longest possible lifespan from our product, and you can enjoy the benefits of a long-lasting, improved smile. Shop for your pair of TruSmile removable veneers today and you’ll be just a few short weeks from the perfect smile you’ve always wanted.