Comparing Veneers, Crowns and Bridges

Comparing Veneers, Crowns and Bridges

The world of cosmetic dentistry is vast and varied with many options and solutions available to correct a range of issues. At Emergency Denture Repairs, we offer high-quality services in porcelain veneers, crowns and bridges to repair and protect your oral health. In this article, we’re discussing the differences between and benefits of these three treatments.

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Porcelain Veneers for an Improved Smile

Porcelain veneers are extremely thin caps that are used to cover the front surface of the teeth, allowing your clinician to change the colour, shape and size of your teeth. Porcelain veneers are strong and durable, lasting for many years when looked after correctly. Our patients benefit from higher confidence levels because their veneers have:

  • Improved the shape of chipped, damage and misaligned teeth
  • Filled gaps between the teeth to create an even smile
  • Straightened their teeth and brought them back into a better position

Veneers are typically a cheaper and less invasive option for treating discoloured, misaligned, misshapen, chipped or partially broken front teeth.

 

When to Choose a Dental Crown

Dental crowns can be thought of as the next step up from a veneer. Badly damaged teeth are filed down and a crown is used to cover the entire tooth to prevent further damage or tooth loss. Crowns are often needed to:

  • Protect a tooth with a large cavity that cannot be fixed with a simple filling
  • Give support and strength to a heavily filled tooth
  • Restore a cracked or broken tooth
  • Lift some pressure from clenching and grinding
  • Restore a dental implant
  • Protect a tooth that has had a root canal treatment
  • Achieve a total smile makeover in cosmetic dentistry

What are Dental Bridges Used For?

A bridge is a dental restoration treatment that consists of a row of porcelain crowns that replace a missing tooth. During the procedure, the two teeth on either side of the missing tooth are given crowns and are attached to another crown that sits above the gum where the tooth has been lost. Bridges will not only replace a missing tooth, but they will also protect the surrounding teeth and jaw.

Bridges prevent the teeth from moving which also prevents changes to the bite. A bridge can greatly improve the function of the mouth while eating and speaking. Emergency Denture Repairs also offers dentures and dental implants to replace missing teeth in more severe cases.

 

Find the Right Solution for Your Dental Problems

At Emergency Denture Repairs, our experienced team provides a wide range of general and cosmetic dentistry to clients in Perth including providing full or partial dentures. We believe everyone deserves to smile with confidence as well as speak and eat with ease. That’s why we’re committed to providing excellence in dentistry.

We accept all major health funds and have six convenient clinics throughout Perth as well as a mobile service. Call (08) 9382 2222, book an appointment online or find your closest location.

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Wembley

9382 2222

Warwick

9447 3999

Bassendean

6278 2255

E. Vic Park

9470 5522

Joondalup

9301 5533

Maddington

9493 1818

Providing premium dentures and denture services across Perth

At Emergency Denture Repairs, we are committed to giving our patients the smile they deserve and with 6 clinics throughout Perth your perfect smile is never far away. For your convenience each location has on-site parking and we also offer a mobile service should you have limited mobility, are hospitalised or reside in an aged care facility. We give priority to emergency repairs so your smile can be restored immediately.

We are a preferred HBF health fund provider – Get upto 80% rebates. Conditions apply.*

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Emergency Denture Repairs wishes to advise that any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.