Aesthetic dentistry is one of the most popular and fulfilling dental fields. Growing patient demands have increased the need for dentists to improve their knowledge and skills in sound restorative options that result in natural-looking rehabilitated dentitions. A veneer is a customized facing, made from porcelain. Veneers are used to align crowded or protruding teeth, close gaps or lighten tooth colour. Working with master technicians (ceramists) they are extremely life-like and nearly impossible to tell the difference between a Veneer and your natural teeth. Their strength and appearance rival that of natural teeth and they do not get stain or discolour. Crowns are used to restore broken down teeth. They wrap over the whole tooth to provide a denser, stronger tooth when they have been heavily treated or worn. They are strong, very durable, don’t stain and are designed to take as much wear as your own teeth. As they are now usually made of porcelain only and individually sculpted for each patient, it is nearly impossible to tell the difference between a dental Crown and a natural tooth.
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