All About Porcelain Veneers or Crowns

All About Porcelain Veneers or Crowns

Posted by Dr. Reading on Oct 13 2021, 06:22 AM

When determining which restoration is best for you, the quantity of tooth structure required is the most important factor, but if you're undecided between crowns and veneers, we can help. Both improve the overall appearance of teeth and, when done correctly, can be genuinely life-changing cosmetic surgery. Reading Pediatric Dentistry in West Jordan, UT provides the most effective dental treatments and procedures to achieve the best results.

What Is a Dental Veneer?

A veneer is a shell that is applied to the front section of your teeth to conceal any imperfections that may be affecting your self-esteem. They are classified as cosmetic dental services and are often made of porcelain or composite materials. They are permanently attached to your teeth and can also assist you in achieving a straight smile. Veneers are also strong, sturdy, and resilient. They can even live for more than ten years if properly cared for and maintained.

What Are Dental Crowns?

Your teeth may get damaged over time. This can occur as a result of several circumstances, including dental decay, trauma, or just use over time. The form and size of your teeth can degrade. Dental crowns are teeth-shaped "caps" that are cemented to the native tooth. Consider it a tight-fitting tooth cap. The dental crown is a cap that is cemented to your tooth and covers the visible area of it.

The Benefits of Dental Veneers

There are numerous benefits to utilizing dental veneers. Several of them have been listed here by our dentists.

  • Keep your teeth stain-free and discolored
  • Feel and look natural
  • Enhances your appearance
  • Enhances the performance of your teeth
  • Very simple to keep up with
  • Your enamel does not need to be removed excessively.

Benefits of Crowns 

  • The entire procedure is straightforward and permanent.
  • It can hold even the tiniest fragments of your damaged tooth together.
  • Crowns can be used to restore a fractured tooth or to support a weak tooth.
  • Crowns are a minimally invasive treatment method that also reduces tooth sensitivity.
  • Crowns can be used to cover up teeth that have a large filling, don't have many teeth, or are heavily discolored.
  • It is an excellent aesthetic enhancement for a more confident and bright smile.
  • It tightly secures a dental bridge.
  • Crowns can also assist you in keeping your teeth after a root canal.
  • It hides a dental implant.
  • You can chew, speak, and eat again.
  • This dentistry practice has a high success rate when compared to other restoration techniques.

Call us at (801) 282-6901 or schedule an appointment online for the best dental care and experience.

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