Side Effects Of Dental Veneers With Broken Teeth And Cavities?
Good afternoon r nI want to ask. Some of my teeth have broken teeth, and my front teeth have holes. R nAnd the plan is to have a dental veneer, but I’m afraid of the effect. Are there any effects? And is there another way to keep teeth neat?
Hello Ade, Thank you for the question
Have you consulted further with the dentist? Broken teeth will be treated according to the severity of the patient's condition. Broken teeth can be treated with dental fillings, crowns, bridge use, tooth extractions followed by dental root canal treatment and dental implants.
Dental veneers are actions taken to improve the appearance of teeth by using a material to cover the surface of the teeth. Veneers can overcome dental problems related to discoloration, differences in tooth size, or poor tooth shape. There are a number of side effects that you should be aware of:
if your other teeth change color, for example due to smoking or coffee consumption habits, then the discoloration of these teeth will be different from the color of the veneers that were previously installed
teeth can be more sensitive because before the veneer is done the dentist will erode the enamel / tooth surface to prepare for the veneer
if the veneer is incorrectly installed, the veneer is easily damaged for example by being bitten when chewing. In addition, improper installation of veneers can make it difficult for someone to clean the teeth (brush bristles cannot reach this area)
Mounting braces / braces is the recommended way to tidy teeth. Stirrup installation can also function to improve the shape of the jaw. In addition to stirrup installation, there is currently a product that is shaped like a denture, which is inserted / sheathed to each tooth that also serves to smooth teeth.
Before you undergo the procedure that you want, it would be nice if you consult first with your dentist. The dentist needs to do further tests on your teeth. Sometimes the doctor will also suggest dental x-rays to better understand the condition of your teeth before determining the next treatment for you.
Please keep your teeth clean by brushing your teeth regularly twice a day. You can also use an antiseptic mouthwash if necessary. Get used to check your dental health to the dentist regularly, every 6 months.
I hope this helps.