Your New Veneers
Before we cement your permanent veneers, you will likely have temporaries placed. They aren’t as sturdy as the permanent versions, so be careful when eating and when cleaning your teeth.
Avoid sticky or chewy foods. When cleaning, brush gently. Don’t pull up on the tooth while flossing, as a temporary could become dislodged. (If it does, call us so we can reattach the temporary for you!)
You may experience some sensitivity or irritation after either the temporary or permanent veneers are placed. This is normal, and the pain should subside after the soft tissues heal. A warm salt water rinse can help. Advil or Tylenol can be taken for pain relief.
After your permanent veneers are placed, it may feel a little awkward for a few days. Your mouth needs time to adjust. They should feel like your natural teeth in less than a week. If your bite feels abnormal in any way, please let us know.
When brushing and flossing, take extra care in the area between the veneer and the tooth at the gum line.
Got any questions?
Please feel free to call our office today at 970-249-2077.
One of our friendly staff will be happy to help you.