I had veneers placed on my top six teeth two years ago. They were fine for the first year but since then my gums have been pulling away from the edges of them. I have no gum disease and they do not bleed. My dentist used a special tool to ensure that edges of my veneers were not rough and irritating my gums but this hasn’t made any difference. The gum between my right front tooth and the tooth next to it has the worst recession and I can see the edge of the veneer. It also makes it look like the veneer on the tooth next to my front tooth is sticking out alot. What can I do about my gums? and would you recommend that I have a larger veneer placed on the tooth with the biggest gap? I also have stains along the gum line of my veneers. They are an unattractive yellow colour – I am seeing my dentist next month, will he be able to remove these stains? if not what do I do?
Dr Kailesh Solanki
Kissdental – UK Practice of the Year 2007
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