1. Porcelain veneers are durable, and they last for many years before they require replacement. Visiting your dentist and hygienist for regular examinations and dental cleaning is paramount for maintaining the health of your mouth and the longevity of your restorations.
2. Aftercare is also very important to avoid getting your restoration chipped or fractured. To reduce the risk of damage to your veneers, avoid biting or chewing on hard objects. Your dentist will also advise you to avoid certain foods that could cause damage
3. Remember to brush and floss your teeth as you normally would and ensure you use non-abrasive toothpaste. After drinking red wine, coffee, tea, or soda, you should also brush to avoid staining your restorations.