If you’ve been thinking about getting veneers to overhaul your smile but aren’t quite sure of whether or not the investment is a good decision – just because you’re not sure of how long veneers may last – you’ve come to the right place!
The length of time your veneers last will depend on the type of veneers you get. More expensive veneers such as Emax are known for their durability. On average dental veneers from Turkey will last between 5-15 years. This is assuming you look after them properly.
Again, though, much of this depends on how well they were installed, the quality of the veneer, to begin with, the maintenance and upkeep that you have stayed on top of, and a host of other critical details.
Here at UK Smiles, you can expect your veneers to last at least 5-15 years before they need to be touched up or replaced – and we have had a number of veneer clients that have enjoyed pearly white and brilliantly sparkling veneers for even longer than that.
This is because we not only source veneers from only the highest quality manufacturers in the industry, carefully selected veneers and custom fitting them to your smile for the best possible results, but because we also have a lot of experience with these procedures specifically.
How can I make veneers from turkey last longer?
To make your Turkey veneers last longer you should take care of them as if they were your normal teeth. This means regularly visiting the dentist, brushing and flossing You should also take the can to avoid any teeth grinding or bruxism.
Why do veneers have a 15-year lifespan?
Veneers last on 15 years but can survive considerably longer, even up to 20 years, depending on a variety of factors. These factors include dental preparation – bonding the veneer to the tooth enamel (rather than the dentin layer beneath) results in a stronger, more durable connection that lasts longer.
What happens to veneers after 15 years
When your veneers do wear out, they must be replaced. During the first installation, your dentist will need to remove enamel from your natural teeth in order to adhere the veneer. The veneer now serves as a substitute for your natural enamel. After that, a new veneer will be created and glued to your teeth.
How do you keep veneers from falling off?
You can prevent your veneers from falling off by taking care not to hit them with anything that could cause damage. This includes avoiding particularly hard foods such as apples or carrots.