If your smile needs a bit of support to get to the look you want, two really popular ways to get great results are veneers and dental crowns.
At first glance, these two procedures can seem really similar. However, once you break them down you can actually see that veneers and crowns are completely different, and used to address different issues entirely!
Keep reading to understand the differences between dental crowns and veneers.
A veneer is a thin layer of porcelain that gets attached to the front surface of the natural tooth, changing its appearance completely. Veneers are a great way to fix:
Veneers are a minimally invasive procedure, and only require a tiny bit of enamel shaving to ensure the bonding process holds. This means that veneers are an irreversible procedure, but the prepping is so minimal that it will not lead to any extra sensitivity to unwanted effects on your natural teeth.