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In brief: Depends...

Veneers are often fabricated of porcelain, which won't change color by different foods.
If you have bonding, depending on the quality of the bonding material will more or less be affected by the food you eat or drink (wine, coffee, chocolate , etc.). Also in both cases you should avoid chewing hard foods as it could cause your restoration to crack or break or chip. An.

In brief: Depends...

Veneers are often fabricated of porcelain, which won't change color by different foods.
If you have bonding, depending on the quality of the bonding material will more or less be affected by the food you eat or drink (wine, coffee, chocolate , etc.). Also in both cases you should avoid chewing hard foods as it could cause your restoration to crack or break or chip. An.
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Dr. Paul Grin
Pain Management
2 doctors agree

In brief: Products to avoid

If you want to keep your smile looking bright for years avoid these products: 1.
Dark liquids like: coffee, black tea, red wine, etc. 2. Hard or crunchy food. 3. Also frequent consumption of alcohol or tobacco use.

In brief: Products to avoid

If you want to keep your smile looking bright for years avoid these products: 1.
Dark liquids like: coffee, black tea, red wine, etc. 2. Hard or crunchy food. 3. Also frequent consumption of alcohol or tobacco use.
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Dr. Arnold Malerman
Dentistry - Orthodontics
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Avoid

Anything that can damage restorations avoid assiduously.
Cut meat off bones. Don't bite into fruit with pits. Avoid hard candy, ice. Bagels can damage restorations. Be prudent.

In brief: Avoid

Anything that can damage restorations avoid assiduously.
Cut meat off bones. Don't bite into fruit with pits. Avoid hard candy, ice. Bagels can damage restorations. Be prudent.
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Dr. Aalam Samsavar
Dentistry
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Not really

Anything that breaks teeth will break veneers and /or bondings.
Avoid mouthwashes with alcohol as the alcohol in the mouthwash dulls the color of your restoration and eats away the bond in the longterm

In brief: Not really

Anything that breaks teeth will break veneers and /or bondings.
Avoid mouthwashes with alcohol as the alcohol in the mouthwash dulls the color of your restoration and eats away the bond in the longterm
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1 doctor agrees

In brief: No!

If the restorations are done well, there should be no limitation on foods and drink except for: not chewing ice, hard candy, and your fingernails! good luck!

In brief: No!

If the restorations are done well, there should be no limitation on foods and drink except for: not chewing ice, hard candy, and your fingernails! good luck!
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