Published: February 15, 2009
Veneers and Tooth Decay
OAKTON, VA, February 15, 2009 /24-7PressRelease/ -- If you've had porcelain veneers put on your teeth, you might be concerned about continuing to keep your veneered teeth healthy. Just as with untreated teeth, dental hygiene is very important to maintaining the health and beauty of your newly rejuvenated smile. You must continue to brush and floss regularly, and see your dentist on your usual schedule.
You will also want to be sure your dental hygienist knows about your new veneers. Using the proper procedures and tools to perform standard dental hygiene on veneered teeth can go a long way toward keeping them intact and maintaining your beautiful new smile for a long time to come.
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