Porcelain does not decay. However, cavities can affect the part of your tooth that is behind the porcelain veneer.
The area of your tooth that is most susceptible to decay is your veneer’s side edge that contacts other teeth. Therefore, regular flossing is very important. Veneered teeth can remain healthy for years as long as good dental hygiene is practiced every day.
Following are three (3) steps to help prevent the formation of cavities behind dental veneers:
For more information about porcelain veneers, contact your local dentist.
Posted on the behalf of Dr. Sarah Roberts, Crabapple Dental
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