NYC Porcelain Veneers Specialist Cosmetic Dentist in Manhattan

The best in class NYC porcelain veneers specialist cosmetic dentist at Sutton Advanced Cosmetic Dentistry (Upper East Side, Manhattan, NYC) offers porcelain veneers design and placement. Porcelain veneers do not require any extra at-home maintenance and in fact, they are just as easy to care for as natural teeth. Your top rated cosmetic dentist will collaborate with you every step of the way to ensure that your porcelain veneers best reflect the smile you have always wanted. If you would like to learn more about the advantages of porcelain veneers or how to care for them, please reach out to our Manhattan based office via email or phone. 

Patients often choose porcelain veneers treatment because it is a quick and effective method to enhance a smile, increase the functionality of the mouth, and improve overall confidence. Our top rated team of cosmetic dentists at Sutton Advanced Cosmetic Dentistry (conveniently located on the Upper East Side in Manhattan, NY) work closely with each patient to build porcelain veneers that reflect their desired smile. 

How to Take Care of Porcelain Veneers

While porcelain veneers are made from human-made materials, the cosmetic dentists at Sutton Advanced Cosmetic Dentistry recommend that you take care of your porcelain veneers the same way you would take care of your natural teeth.  

Porcelain veneers are highly durable and stain-resistant, but still require the delicacy and care of maintaining natural teeth. In order to maintain porcelain veneers, be wary of your sugar intake (in excess, it may cause erosion of the veneers):

1. Brush your Porcelain Veneers Twice a Day! 

It goes without saying that brushing your teeth is crucial to maintaining natural teeth, as well as porcelain veneers. Porcelain veneers are made from high quality, durable medical grade material that still requires daily upkeep and maintenance. It is important that you brush your teeth / veneers daily, at least twice a day.

2. Floss, Floss, Floss… 

In addition to brushing twice a day, it is crucial that you floss your teeth once a day to keep veneers unobstructed by food or other debris (and of course, to practice basic oral hygiene).

3. Use Mouthwash Daily

Mouthwash is an effective method to protect your teeth from decay and other forms of erosion that can occur in both natural teeth and veneers. If mouthwash is not already part of your daily routine, start doing it now to protect your teeth from potential enamel damage.

4. A Tooth-friendly Diet is Everything! 

While you should already be maintaining a teeth-friendly diet to care for your natural teeth, it is equally as important to do so with porcelain veneers. Veneers are renowned for their stain-resistant abilities, but that does not mean they are invincible. It is important to take care of your porcelain veneers by maintaining a diet with minimal sugary food intake or dark colored / staining liquids (red wine, coffee, tea, etc.) as regular, long-term use of these foods may cause the veneers to stain. It is ok to consume these foods in moderation. 

Go to Your Yearly Dental Check-Ups

It is widely known that porcelain veneers are a durable and long-lasting option for cosmetic dental treatments, it is still necessary that you attend the suggested yearly dental check-up with the NYC porcelain veneers dentist. This will greatly help with the upkeep of your veneers. 

If you would like to schedule an initial consultation or have any questions regarding porcelain veneers please feel free to reach out to our Upper East Side dental practice. We welcome any questions you may have, so please drop us an email or phone call to schedule a consultation with our best in class NYC cosmetic dentist and take the first step toward enjoying the confidence a great smile brings. For more information or to arrange a cosmetic dentistry consultation at our New York (Upper East Side, Manhattan) office please feel free to contact us: 

Sutton Advanced Cosmetic Dentistry
Mojgan Fajiram, DDS
400 East 56th Street, Suite 1
New York, New York 10022
(212) 751-5665