Porcelain veneers are better at resisting food and drink stains than your natural teeth. However, this also means that they don’t respond to teeth whitening quite like your natural teeth either and you need to be careful when trying out whitening procedures.
In general, it’s best to avoid whitening your teeth after you’ve gotten veneers. A veneer is made to match the color of your teeth at the time it is placed. If you whiten the rest of your teeth after getting a veneer, it may seem off-color and unnatural.
That’s why it’s recommended that you achieve a uniform shade of white before you get veneers. If you’re dissatisfied with the current look of your teeth, consider scheduling a Zoom! Teeth Whitening appointment at Greenspoint Dental today.
Veneers are great investments in your appearance and self-confidence. Veneers can be used to fix chipped and cracked teeth. They can also hide misaligned and crooked teeth, and unsightly gaps between teeth. Veneers are durable and don’t require any additional care after they’re in place. Moreover, they can be applied in as little as three, easy appointments.
To learn more about veneers and the veneers procedure, schedule an appointment with Dr. Bossé today.