What Do You Really Know about Cosmetic Dental Crowns
If you have been considering dental crowns, there are some things you should know. Especially if the dental crown is for cosmetic purposes.
Just because your favorite celebrity has confessed to cosmetic dental crowns instead of veneers doesn’t mean you have to. It’s important to remember that dental crowns will come with a price.
The Truth About Cosmetic Dental Crowns
Firstly, dental crowns require more structural removal of the tooth, secondly they aren’t always necessary if your smile is healthy and just needs a little boost. According to Chittenden Dental, cosmetic dental bonding is an excellent solution and does not require tooth removal.
Both porcelain veneers, and dental crowns, require permanent tooth removal for a natural fit. If you have teeth that are stained but cannot be whitened with professional tooth whitening products, or teeth that are slightly chipped or cracked, cosmetic dental bonding is for you.
Cosmetic Crowns or Bonding
Your cosmetic dentist in Burlington to restore teeth uses cosmetic dental bonding. Dr. Mike Morris uses dental resin that is matched to the rest of your smile. Used for inlays, onlays, and to fill small spaces between teeth, dental bonding takes one dental visit and eliminates messy impressions and temporary veneers and crowns.
Dental bonding is completed in a single dental visit, while porcelain veneers and dental crowns require two or three dental appointments to complete.
Cosmetic Crowns You Have a Choice
While all three procedures restore your smile, each has its own advantages and disadvantages. The only way to determine what procedure is best for you is to schedule a dental appointment.
A no obligation cosmetic dentistry consultation with Dr. Mike Morris will determine what solution is best for your needs.
If you would like more information regarding cosmetic dental bonding, porcelain veneers, or cosmetic dental crowns, call and schedule an appointment with Chittenden Dental today.