What to do For Infection or Cavity Under Ceramic Veneer?

There are several reasons there’s an infection under your ceramic veneer.

One of them is that the veneer, itself, didn’t fit your tooth perfectly. If there’s a so-called dark stain under it, it could be the result of a micro leakage, meaning bacteria are seeping through the porcelain veneer and your tooth inter phase. Micro leakage will eventually cause cavity and sensitivity and possibly infection to the nerve of your tooth. If this is your case, you should see an expert cosmetic dentist right away to replace the veneer.

It’s also possible that your gums are inflamed when the ceramic veneer was bonded. This means that your gums are bleeding while your dentist tried to bond the veneer. As a result, the white bonded material was mixed with the blood, and hence a dark color halo appears under the porcelain veneer. If this is your case, your dentist may need to redo your dental veneer.infection or cavity

These reasons will always come down to not seeing a ceramic veneer expert. If your dentist was an expert in this area, the percentage of you experiencing infection or cavity under a ceramic veneer is very low.

An expert knows the strict protocol of bonding veneers to the tooth, any deviation from this strict protocol can cause problems such as cavities or infection under your veneers. The expert understands that bonding veneers is technique-sensitive. This means that one wrong move can greatly affect the outcome of the procedure, such as veneers popping off or discoloration under your veneers which can cause sensitivity, cavities or infections. In some cases the lack of oral hygiene can be the cause of getting cavities or infections!
There are some instances that trauma from your bite, such as grinding or clenching can also cause infection under the veneers, in which you do not need to change the veneer, since there is no cavity, and the Endodontist can perform the root canal therapy from the back of the infected tooth, and there is no need to change the porcelain veneers. For more information on veneers click here:https://best.celebritydentist.com/porcelain-veneers/
One word of caution if the root canal is performed on the tooth with dental veneers : https://best.celebritydentist.com/dental-veneers/  , the tooth can turn dark after few years, since the tooth does not have any nerve or blood supply, plus it can become brittle.

Ceramic Veneer Specialist

The Hollywood celebrities with red-carpet smiles go to the clinic of Dr. Anthony Mobasser, known as the ceramic veneer expert, since he has completed over 8000 veneers successfully, to have their ceramic veneer done by him. They know that Dr. Mobasser is the best cosmetic dentist in the US (and around the world) who could make sure that their veneers are well-bonded so they wouldn’t have to worry about their veneers coming off, or getting cavities and infections later on.

Dr. Mobasser offers a private dental clinic that caters to the world’s elite. Regardless of how severe your dental condition is, he can resolve it with little to no pain. When his patients come to his clinic, most of them have complicated oral issues. But when they leave his clinic, they leave with pride and confidence as their dental problems have already been resolved completely and successfully.

He has vast experience in ceramic veneer and has treated countless clients around the world. Actors, actress, and models around the world seek the expertise of Dr. Mobasser. He specializes in cosmetic and reconstructive dentistry so he can easily place your ceramic veneer without problems in the future. With his keen eye for beauty and dexterity, it’s no wonder he’s trusted by thousands of celebrities around the world.

As a discerning cosmetic dentist, he only uses the best ceramic for his veneers to ensure exceptional results. Be informed that there are multiple porcelains or ceramic veneers in the market these days, in which each serve a specific purpose!

To resolve the cavities or infection under your ceramic veneers, call us today to schedule an initial consultation with the veneer expert 310-550-0383. By appointment only !