What is the difference between crowns and veneers?
A crown is a used to replace or to cover the entire tooth, masking any signs of chip, crack or decay. Crowns are also known as caps, and can be used to strengthen a weak tooth.
It is usually made of porcelain, ceramic, or resin. With good, ongoing oral care, crowns can last a lifetime!
A tooth veneer, on the other hand, is a thin layer of porcelain that is used to cover a particular side of the tooth’s surface.
Veneers leave patients with stronger teeth and a brighter, more beautiful smile!
Both of these cosmetic dental procedures are available at Dental Care Group in Armadale.