Most frequent questions and answers

If you grind your teeth at night you will need to use a mouth guard.

It is normal for your teeth to feel weird for the first couple of days.

Brush twice a day and use a water pic to floss or the floss brand (Glide).

Use a soft tooth brush to avoid chipping for the first 30 days.

Hard candy, ice crab legs etc .. anything that you have to bite down on use your back teeth where composites are not applied!!!

Dark colored drinks it’s best to drink out of a straw.

Smoking can also cause staining down the line.

Avoid colored foods such as broccoli red dyes etc


After getting veneers, you should brush and floss just as you would your regular teeth. Proper daily brushing and using recommended dental care products are important. You should avoid or try limiting foods and drinks that usually cause stains. But you should be aware than dental veneers will have to be replaced after some time, regardless of how well you take care of them. But proper oral hygiene is vital if you want them to last as long as possible. You should schedule a 6 months maintenance with your tech to get them cleaned.

Composite resin veneers are a porcelain alternative derived from translucent resin and meticulously sculpted and hardened by your dentist, typically in a single appointment. If you have worn, chipped, or damaged teeth, composite resin can be directly sculpted onto the teeth for exponential results. Composites can whiten your smile.

Composite veneers have a significantly shorter lifespan. They last much less time than other veneers, with an average lifespan of just 3 years. Composite veneers are more likely to stain over time. Furthermore, the material is just not as durable as other options like Porcelains.

Yes they can we recommend a Licensed Dental Professional for this service.


  • Affordable
  • Fastest type of dental veneers done in one appointment
  • Can cover up several aesthetic problems
  • Easy to repair and maintain
  • Can dramatically transform your smile


  • Material is weaker than Porcelain and may chip
  • Will need to be replaced or repaired more frequently then porcelain if not taken care of the correct way
  • Stainseasily