Will My Veneers Stay White?

Dr. Anthony Mobasser, a renowned cosmetic dentist in Beverly Hills and Los Angeles, discusses the resilience you can expect on a day-to-day basis after receiving porcelain veneers.

A lot of people ask me, do my dental veneers stay white after they have been bonded in? I would say yes, and again, depends on your habits, okay?

If you’re a coffee drinker or a smoker, there’s a possibility of a little staining that can come off on the time that you come to the dentist for your cleanings. Okay? It’s nothing to worry about. If you had customized veneers done, I do recommend that you go to your dentist that place those veneers in, because there’s a special way of taking care of those veneers. We use diamond paste sometimes to go ahead and bring the shine up and make sure that the color is not changed. Having said that, the most important thing avoid acidic products, because that can undermine your veneers. If you’re having a lot of acidic products, go ahead and rinse your mouth with water after you have used any acidic products.

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