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Resin veneers

Resin veneers are crafted out of a putty-like material and are then bonded to teeth.

Resin Veneers Side Effects

Scratching off a small layer of your natural tooth decreases your tolerance to hot and cold temperatures. This twinge can feel like a dull ache.

Who shouldn't use it: Resin veneers can't be used to cover up tooth decay or gum disease. Habitually grinding teeth can significantly shorten the life of resin veneers.

Drawbacks: Resin veneers are less durable than porcelain veneers. They may require more frequent maintenance and are more likely to stain than porcelain shells. They look slightly less natural than porcelain veneers.

Recovery Time For Resin Veneers

There is no downtime after getting the veneers, though you may experience an temporary increase in sensitivity to hot and cold food and drinks after the procedure.

After care for resin veneers: Follow your typical oral hygiene regimen by brushing and flossing your resin veneers as you would your natural teeth. Schedule three professional cleanings a year to remove any plaque that gets trapped underneath veneers.

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