Replacing stained #veneer #DrSoftTouch
Staining is occurring behind your veneer as the result of microleakage. The veneer will need to be removed and replaced with a new veneer. Removing the veneer requires removing little to no additional tooth structure. I hope this helps. Click save on the save button below my name, so that you may ask me more questions in the future.
Veneer Staining And Replacement
The staining is occurring because the bond between the veneer and the tooth has broken down, allowing bacteria and food stains underneath the veneer. The veneer will have to be removed, usually by cutting it off. Removing the veneer does not require removing additional tooth structure. Once the veneer is off, the stain should be cleaned up and the tooth surface disinfected. Prior to cementation of the replacement veneer, another disinfection procedure should be done.