Whitening PL Veneers?

Hi; I have got two porcelain laminate veneers placed on my upper central incisors, what should i do if I want to get my teeth whitened? should those veneers be removed? and if yes, is it easy to remove them?

Doctor Answers (7)

Whiten first then choose a color to match your natural teeth. Your veneers will not change.

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Whiten first then choose a color to match your natural teeth. Your veneers will not change.


Chicago Cosmetic Dentist

Whitening teeth with veneers in place

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Hi Shatha...of course you can bleach your natural teeth and the bleaching process will have no effect on your veneers. If you are happy with the shade of your veneers, have the rest of your teeth bleached to match their color. The finished product should look beautiful!

Robert Fields, DDS
Los Angeles Cosmetic Dentist
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Whitening Teeth With Existing Veneers

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I would whtien your teeth first to obtain the desired color for your natural teeth.  If the front two veneers are noticeably a different color than your natural teeth, then replace them.  If not, leave them as is.  Good luck.

 

Scott Young, DDS
Houston Cosmetic Dentist
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Should I have two porcelain veneers removed?

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No to the whitening first and review the result if not happy then remove veneers they are not difficult to remove buy you would then need new ones good luck

 

 

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Porcelain Veneers Will Not Whiten

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If the Veneers now match your other teeth in color, then after bleaching your other teeth, the Veneers will appear darker, by contrast. Wait at least 2 days after the bleaching before chosing a color for your new Veneers.

Jay Neuhaus, DDS
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Replace veneers after whitening

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Your veneers likely won't match after whitening, but this is a simple fix.  Just be sure to get your teeth as white as you want, then veneer to match.

Lance Timmerman, DMD
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Veneers and Teeth Whitening.

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Your veneers will not whiten. If you want whiter teeth then you would have to replace the veneers.  They can be cut off and it is easy enough for a good cosmetic dentist to do. 

Sarah Roberts, DMD
Atlanta Cosmetic Dentist

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