Two Main Differences Between Crowns and Porcelain Veneers

Two Main Differences Between Crowns and Porcelain Veneers

“What are the reasons one should opt for a crown over veneers?”

The most important difference and benefit to you as a patient is less precious tooth removal, less sensitivity, and fewer long-term problems.
Dental crowns require a 360-degree tooth reduction and removal; you can not add on the precious tooth structure once the dentist cuts.
Unfortunately, I have seen thousands of patients thinking they have porcelain veneers, or their dentist told them they are getting veneers, where most of the tooth is shaved down, almost like a 3/4 crown or 7/8 crowns.”

There is no going back from a dental crown to a porcelain dental crown; if any problem arises, the next stage is a root canal, or possibly extraction, and the last dental implant.
However, if a problem occurs on the dental veneer that can not be repaired or made another veneer, worst case scenario, a crown can be fabricated.
The next significant advantage is the cosmetic effects; in my opinion, veneers will look much more natural than crowns.

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