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Posted on 07-17-2012

Our office likes to use our blogs to explain some of the current questions that have been raised by our patients. Just this week we were asked: What's the difference between a crown and a veneer?  A fundamental difference between veneers and crowns is how much of the tooth they cover over.

Crowns typically encase the entire tooth, whereas veneers only cover over its front surface (the side that shows when the person smiles).  Another major difference: crowns are also much thicker than veneers.

If you ever find you have a question, please call us at (425)228-1521.

dkrycek said:

Thank you for posting this! I have been trying to figure out the difference between crowns and veneers. I think I am going to get veneers in Calgary, but it will also probably depend on the tooth and how it looks.

2012-11-30 12:30:12

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2012-12-05 21:43:58

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