The Long-Term Outlook of Crowns and Veneers
Crowns and veneers have a similar lifespan. When you maintain proper dental hygiene, both types of treatments can last ten years or more. Of course, for long-lasting results, it is important to brush and floss daily. You must also visit the dentist regularly for exams and cleanings. This routine care will monitor your restorations. It will also keep the rest of your teeth healthy, protecting the overall look of your beautiful smile.
Learn More About Crowns vs. Veneers
Both crowns and veneers can be excellent options, depending on your needs and goals for treatment. Contact our office to schedule an appointment with Dr. Rink and to find out which type of treatment may be right for you.