How to Clean Bonded Teeth

Updated February 21, 2017

Bonded teeth are considered to be a cosmetic dental procedure, and not all dentists are qualified to practice cosmetic dentistry. For the best results, find a dentist who is qualified to practice cosmetic dentistry to complete your bonded teeth. This is important to get a final result that looks natural. The surface of the bonded teeth needs to be blended with different shades and textures, just like a real tooth. Once you get your bonded teeth, cleaning them properly will help them last.

Use natural and non-abrasive toothpaste when brushing bonded teeth. Otherwise, you could damage the surface.

Use a soft toothbrush when brushing bonded teeth, to avoid damaging the surface.

Floss every day. Caring for your bonded teeth includes regular cleaning, such as flossing.

Brush your teeth after each meal. This will help prevent the surface of your bonded teeth from staining.

Avoid alcohol, coffee, tea and smoking. These can all stain your bonded teeth. After using any of these substances, brush your teeth thoroughly.

Things You'll Need

  • Toothpaste
  • Toothbrush
  • Floss
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