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3 Tips for Protecting Your Cosmetic Dentistry Investment

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Investing in your smile is a wonderful way to boost your confidence and achieve your goals. Once you've completed cosmetic dentistry in Concord, NH and you love your new look, you'll want to be sure you do everything you can to protect your new smile. Here are some helpful tips for protecting your dental investment.

Limit Your Consumption of Dark Colored Beverages

If you have just invested in treatment to whiten your teeth, you will want to avoid beverages such as:

  • Dark colas or sports drinks
  • Coffee or tea
  • Red wine

These beverages tend to stain teeth and even porcelain veneers over time.

Wear a Nightguard

If you tend to clench and grind your teeth at night, wearing a night guard will help protect your teeth and your investment in cosmetic services such as porcelain veneers and dental bonding, which could tend to chip or fracture under the pressure of teeth grinding. Your dentist can customize a night guard that is comfortable to wear while you sleep and protects your teeth from the damage that grinding them causes.

Avoid Certain Foods

Biting into foods that are hard or crunchy such as an apple or carrot can chip or damage porcelain veneers. Try cutting these items into smaller bite-sized pieces.

Definitely avoid things like hard candy or chewy taffy that can fracture or pull off bonding or veneers.

Regular visits to your dentist for routine cleanings and checkups will also help them monitor your oral health as well as your cosmetic investment. You should be paying a visit to your dentist every six months, or twice per year. Your dentist can detect issues such gum disease and tooth decay, which could be detrimental to your restorations.

Contact Our Office in Concord, NH

Contact White Park Dental today if it's time for your next dental appointment! Our caring team is happy to answer any questions you may have about how to care for your smile after completing cosmetic dentistry.

 

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