Porcelain Veneers vs. Crowns in South Plympton, SA

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Dental Crowns and Veneers:
How are they different?

  • Crowns are typically used when a tooth’s health is at risk from decay.
  • Veneers may be recommended for simple cosmetic imperfections on the outer-facing portion of a tooth.

From minor smile imperfections such as chips or stains, to larger full-mouth treatment plans, dental crowns and porcelain veneers are cosmetic solutions that can work individually or cooperatively. They each help to improve the smile, both cosmetically and functionally, so you can smile brighter.

Dr. Nabil Gergis of Cross Road Dental takes special care with his patients that need either of these smile enhancements. His work mimics nature through aesthetic dentistry, putting emphasis on how the smile looks and the bite functions.

30%
of adults age 25-44
have untreated tooth decay.

Smile brighter with our smile enhancements by scheduling your consultation today.

Dental Crowns

When a filling cannot adequately replace enough of the tooth to keep it healthy and stable, a dental crown may be a recommended alternative. Crowns are caps that go over the tooth, covering it on all sides to protect it from further decay or hide an aesthetic imperfection.

The Ideal Candidate

  • Broken Teeth
  • Teeth Damaged by Decay
  • Misshapen or Discolored Teeth

Benefits

  • Restore Tooth Health and Function
  • Durable Material
  • Comfortable and Natural-Feeling
  • Same-Day Restorations Available With CEREC®

Porcelain Veneers

For minor cosmetic concerns, veneers are a thin, porcelain solution that overlay the front surface of the tooth. They are often used to change the colour, shape, size or length of teeth to improve the patient’s overall appearance.

The Ideal Candidate

  • Minor Gaps Between the Teeth
  • Chips or Fractures in the Teeth
  • Severe Stains or Discoloration

Benefits

  • Natural Teeth Remain Largely Intact
  • Stain-Resistant Material
  • Natural-Looking
Cross Road Dental - South Plympton, SA
Cross Road Dental - South Plympton, SA
Cross Road Dental - South Plympton, SA
Cross Road Dental - South Plympton, SA
Cross Road Dental - South Plympton, SA