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Veneers vs Dental Crowns
Newport Beach, CA


Image of a dental professional discussing veneers vs dental crowns, at Enamel General and Cosmetic Dentistry in Newport Beach, Ca. If you're looking to improve the appearance of your teeth, there are various types of dental procedures that can help. Two common treatments used for this purpose include veneers and dental crowns. Both of these solutions offer advantages in terms of restoring a pleasing aesthetic look to your smile. At Enamel General and Cosmetic Dentistry, we understand the need for a beautiful and healthy smile, so our expert team of dentists is here to help guide you through making an informed decision about which procedure might be best suited for your individual needs.

What Are Veneers?


Veneers are a unique dental procedure that can be used to enhance the appearance of a person's teeth. Small, customized pieces of porcelain, typically in the shape of a shell, are crafted and affixed to the surface of individual teeth.

This process requires a thorough evaluation from our experienced dentist, Dr. Kabaklian, to be done correctly, as the success of veneers depends upon exact measurements for optimal form and function. Veneers can make teeth appear more symmetrical and even-looking, brighten colors that may have dimmed over time, hide any chips or worn enamel, reduce the spacing between teeth, and improve the look of a smile.

At Enamel General and Cosmetic Dentistry veneers remain one of the most popular treatments among cosmetic dentistry procedures due to their results and low risk to oral health.

What Are Dental Crowns?


Dental crowns are a type of restoration used in dentistry to protect the tooth structure. Crowns are often used when a tooth is too damaged to be restored using simpler methods like bonding, fillings, or veneers. Crowns can also cover discolored or misshapen teeth and are an excellent way to strengthen and aesthetically improve your smile.

Dental crowns are commonly used after root canal treatments to protect the remaining natural tooth structure. Usually constructed using gold, ceramic, metal alloy, or porcelain-fused-to-metal mixtures, dental crowns provide both strength and durability for long-term oral health. According to at Enamel General and Cosmetic Dentistry,when properly cared for and maintained with regular checkups, dental crowns can last for many years, helping you maintain your beautiful smile.

Veneers vs Dental Crowns


Dental veneers and dental crowns are both cosmetic dentistry treatments used to improve the appearance of teeth. However, there are some key differences between the two.

Veneers


•  Veneers are used to treat cosmetic issues such as stained, chipped, or misaligned teeth.
•  Veneers typically require less removal of tooth structure compared to crowns.
•  Veneers have a more natural and lifelike appearance and are ideal for front teeth.

Crowns


•  Crowns are used to treat more significant dental issues such as broken, weakened, or heavily decayed teeth.
•  Crowns require removing a significant amount of tooth structure to accommodate the crown.
•  Crowns are ideal for teeth in the back of the mouth, such as molars, where appearance is less important.
•  Crowns provide full coverage caps that encase the entire visible portion of a tooth.

Both veneers and crowns are strong, long-lasting options for improving the appearance of teeth. The choice between veneers and crowns will depend on the patient's specific needs.

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Veneers vs. Crowns • Dentist Newport Beach, CA
At Enamel General and Cosmetic Dentistry, we understand the need for a healthy smile. Our team of dentists is here to help guide you through making an informed decision!
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