Porcelain Veneers and Crowns | Dandenong
If you’re looking to hide damaged teeth, dental crowns and veneers are an effective solution.
Visit Prosthodontics Specialist Dental Centre to determine which procedure is right for you!
If you’re looking to rebuild the strength of a broken or decayed tooth, you may want to consider a dental crown over veneers because they encase the entire tooth. The procedure is quick, easy and effective and provides a natural finish.
Dental crowns are durable and ideal if you’re prone to heavy grinding and can help you create the smile you’ve always dreamed of!
Typically, a dental crown is 2 mm thick and encases the whole tooth
In contrast to dental crowns, porcelain veneers are usually wafer thin and only cover the front surface of a tooth. They are perfect for disguising any irregularities, whether your teeth are crooked, gapped or protruding.
Both cosmetic procedures use the same porcelain, but only a thin layer of porcelain is bonded to your tooth's original enamel when a veneer is created, which is done during a series of in-office procedures.
Veneers are a quick and simple way to healthy teeth
Veneers Help With:
- Gummy smiles
- Dental fluorosis
- Crooked teeth
- Discoloured teeth
- Worn or chipped teeth