Crowns and Veneers


Crowns and Veneers

What's the difference?

A crown is generally used to cover a damaged tooth, while veneers are thin pieces of porcelain that work to recreate the natural look of teeth. 

Dental crowns are placed on top of the tooth completely to improve the appearance and shape. They're also used to be placed on top of dental implants for missing teeth and gaps. 

Veneers are used to improve the look of teeth while also making them stronger. Veneers do not go on the entire tooth like crowns, but are fitted to make slight alterations like changing tooth shape and size. 

Why Crowns or Veneers?

Crowns and Veneers are used for a number of different reasons:
  • Replace a large filling
  • Protect a weak tooth from cracking or breaking
  • Attach a bridge
  • Cover an implant
  • Change appearance of tooth
  • Fix discoloration/ poor shape

Why Blythewood Dentistry for Crowns and Veneers?

Dental crowns and veneers are meant to fix the appearance of teeth and often times, help strengthen their function. Veneers need to be decided upon by a dentist you can trust. Dr. Finkel at Blythewood Dentistry has over 20 years of experience to help ease you into a better smile!

To take the next step in taking care of your oral health, and getting your teeth back again, contact Blythewood Dentistry today.

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