Porcelain Veneers & Crown Armadale

Do you want to enhance your smile and boost your confidence? Enhance your smile with porcelain veneers and crown from Armadale Dental Care Group. We will take care of your teeth and give you the smile you deserve!

Dental Care Group is a cosmetic dentist in Armadale that provides a range of dental treatments, including crowns and veneers.

These procedures have been designed to honour your teeth’s natural look by restoring your smile and helping your confidence soar! Book an appointment now.

Crowns and Veneers Armadale

Considering crowns or veneers?

If you’re looking at restoring or enhancing your mouth’s natural aesthetics, crowns and veneers are great dental treatments to think about.

So when might you get a crown or veneer? They are great restorative and enhancing treatments when a tooth or several teeth are:

  • Cracked or chipped
  • Damaged and worn down (due to grinding, for example)
  • Slightly misaligned
  • Discoloured (and regular teeth whitening does give you your desired results)

You might also consider veneers or crowns to disguise gaps between the teeth.

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.

Which cosmetic treatment is right for me?

Organise your first appointment at Dental Care Group!

Not sure which cosmetic dental treatment is best for you? Contact us today to organise your first appointment with the team and have a chat with Dr Zelman!

Dr Zelman will start with an assessment of your teeth and listen to your concerns, before helping you understand each treatment, and provide advice on which will work best for you and your smile!