Crowns vs. Veneers: How They’re the Same and How They Differ

At our Encino, California dentist’s office, you’ll often hear the terms “crown” and “veneer” used together, or even interchangeably in the same conversation. This is because they are very similar to each other in the way they’re designed and placed. But the two are actually quite different.

Crowns vs. Veneers: How They Are Similar


Crowns vs. Veneers: How They’re Different


Crowns vs. Veneers: Which Is Right for You?

If you think you need one of these custom procedures but are not sure which one is right for you, then come to see Dr. Amir Jamsheed for a consultation. We’ll take some x-rays and perform an oral exam to determine the best route to take. Give Encino Dental Studio a call today.

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