Are Porcelain Veneers Break and Stain Resistant?

Are Porcelain Veneers Break and Stain Resistant?

Porcelain Veneers are among the sought after dental procedures that allows patients immediate relief to some minor dental problems like tooth gaps or chips. Cosmetic dental procedures in Edina, Minnesota, grants the majority of patients an improved version of their smile,  through dental tooth covers placed over their natural teeth.


Tooth with chips, gaps, or crookedness can all be fixed with dental veneers. Thin porcelain or composite resin can be used to create dental veneers, when used properly, can look very natural. Compared to their resin counterparts, porcelain veneers are frequently more durable and stain-resistant, allowing you to eat and drink foods you love without worrying about how it might affect your teeth. Resin is typically used to coat porcelain veneers, which makes them stain-resistant. However, keep in mind that porcelain veneers are not completely stain or break resistant.


Your dental veneers can help you achieve a new, and gorgeous smile. Nevertheless,  you have to keep in mind a few simple tips to make sure they last long.

  1. Good oral hygiene. Your teeth will stay healthy, and your veneers will last longer, if you visit your dentist frequently. Since your natural teeth serve as the foundation of your veneers, it is crucial that you keep your teeth clean and healthy.
  2. Choose the right toothpaste. Some toothpaste contains significant levels of acid, which increases the likelihood that your veneers may eventually break. Make sure to select a toothpaste that will keep your teeth clean, as well as both effective and gentle.
  3. Keep a healthy daily routine. Making sure you eat well and practice healthy daily routines. It will not only help keep your veneers looking their best, but it will also improve your general health and wellbeing.
  4. Avoid eating unhealthy foods. You can preserve the integrity and quality of your veneers and your new smile by avoiding foods and beverages that are darker in color, rough, acidic, sticky, or tough. Although you don't have to completely cut these things out of your diet, you should consume them cautiously to protect your veneers.


Are you prepared to improve the quality of your smile? It's a great idea to have porcelain veneers to make your smile look a lot nicer. Make an appointment with Dr. Bashar at our office in Edina, Minnesota, to learn more.