Possible Side effects of having Dental Veneers
Now, you are all set for getting a veneer placed in your teeth by your dentist! Still, you might be thinking of having any side effects or risks after getting it done. All you need is to be relaxed during the procedure and follow the daily precautions after the placement of veneers. Dental veneers are made up of porcelain shells that are an extremely safe and effective way to improve the appearance of the teeth. They hide any kind of flaws or imperfections in the teeth such as stains, misalignments, chipped or cracked tooth. After the successful placement of these veneers, once it gets bonded to your teeth it is essential to take utmost care for the maintenance of the veneers, failure of which may cause some risks and side effects. The Orion dental clinic in Delhi provides best dental veneering service where our doctor assures you of having minimal or no side effects or risks.
The possible side effects of having veneers:
- Swollen gums around veneers If the dental veneers are too thick or too deep into the gumline, this causes more irritation and swelling to your gum tissue. When gums get swollen and irritated after the placement of the veneers, the issue is mainly caused due to the design of veneers and placement of veneers. Under this circumstance, You can again schedule an appointment with our dentist and don’t ever try to remove veneers by yourselves as it again causes more irritation.
- Gum problems with Veneers The gum tissues take some time to adjust with the newly placed veneers. There will likely be some minor inflammation or discomfort in the gums. There may be higher chances of getting the risk of trauma as the procedure requires the removal of some tooth enamel to fit the veneers properly into the site. It is even possible for the pulp to get affected that results in tooth sensitivity problems.
- Color mismatch There is a possibility that the color of veneers will not be an exact match with the adjacent teeth. Certain veneers tend to develop discoloration or staining along the edges that are mainly caused when the dentist bonds the veneers with excess moisture. After the placement, it is not possible to change the color of veneers.
- Placement issues When the dentist does not position the veneer properly on the place, you may develop problems such as chipping or decay at the edges of teeth. When the veneers are overhanging or rough-edged, it might again cause problems with the gums leading to gum irritation.
- Veneers damage Veneers experience damage if you bite or chew harder item, or place too much pressure on the veneers, causing them to loosen or fall off. Those who are habituated to teeth grinding might experience eventual weakening of veneers or cracks in the porcelain shells.
If you are willing to have a perfect veneer with a dentist who assures you of no risk of side effects, fix an appointment here with our highly proficient team of specialists who can render exceptional services thereby mitigating your teeth ailments.