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Veneers Appointment Guide

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Ask the right questions at your next doctor’s appointment. Answer two questions below to personalize your appointment guide.
  • Are you satisfied with the look of your veneers?
  • Are you having any gum irritation, soreness or pain?
  • Are you having any tooth sensitivity?
  • Can you feel any rough areas or areas that are not smooth behind your teeth?
  • Are you able to floss smoothly or does the floss catch on your veneer?
  • When was your last comprehensive dental exam?
  • Do you have tooth sensitivity with any of your teeth?
  • Do you grind your teeth or clench your jaw while awake or during sleep?
  • What do you hope to achieve with veneers?
  • Do you plan on having any future orthodontic procedures?
  • What is your main concern about veneers?
  • Are you having any new problems with your teeth?
  • Are there different types of veneers? Which one is best for me?
  • What is involved in getting veneers?
  • Will it take multiple appointments?
  • What happens if I am not satisfied with the results once the veneers are in place?
  • How long do veneers typically last?
  • How much will veneers cost?
  • How should I care for my veneers?
  • Are there foods or drinks I should avoid?
  • Will my veneers become discolored over time?
  • What should I do if a veneer chips, loosens, or comes off my tooth?
  • How often do I need follow-up exams?
  • Are my new symptoms related to my veneers?
  • Are veneers the best option to achieve the results I want?
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Last Review Date: 2018 Nov 5
  1. Porcelain Veneers. American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. 
  2. Veneers. American Dental Association. 
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