Welcome back to Dental Camberwell’s part two of Veneers.

We hope you are a little more informed about the different types of veneers on offer at Hartwell Dental Excellence and the difference between the two.

In todays blog, we are going to discuss the advantages and disadvantages of both veneers.

Disadvantages of Dental Veneers

If you tend to grind or clench your teeth, a ceramic or composite veneer can chip or fracture. A protective guard to wear at night is indicated for these situations.

Advantages of Dental Veneers

There are many advantages for using veneers as a tooth restoration procedure. You can achive a very good cosmetic appearance with minimal amount of tooth preparation.

The advantages of using ceramic veneers over composite veneers is that ceramic veneers are more durable and less likey to stain. The ceramic is most like enamel in appearance and feel, and provides the most natural result.

As Hartwell Dental Excellence provide our patients with superior treatment, we make sure we use the best option for the specific circumstance.