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FAQ:  Porcelain Veneers


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    Veneers - Gum Shaping: What could be the cause of severe interproximal gum inflammation between teeth #8-9, two days after placing veneers on #7-10?

    E-surg gingivectomy was performed and the tissue grew back even worse within 1 day. ...Visitor from CA

    Answer:
    It is obvious that the problem is related to the dental care and may over time heal up on it's own. As a precaution, go back to your dentist and let him/her examine you.

    Sometimes the E-Surg or any kind of surgery yields results that appear badly right after but over time heal up well. Your dentist has experience with his or her technique and should be able to comment about the results. If something is wrong, the sooner you get care the easier it is to heal.

    Also, new tissue growing back doesn't look healthy in the beginning but once it heals completely, it looks great. If there is a problem, your dentist may send you to a gum specialist or be comfortable treating the problem for you.

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