What differentiates Resin Veneers from Veneers?
Resin Veneers and veneers are very similar when it comes to their appearance and the way they are used. What differentiates them is the ultra-thin nature of Resin Veneers. This changes how the patient’s teeth are prepared for the restoration. With veneers, dentists have to file off a portion of enamel to make room for the veneers. This is done to prevent them from making the patient’s teeth look abnormally large.
However, removing enamel is a permanent process. The patient will always need a restoration like veneers or a crown on the tooth moving forward.
With Resin Veneers, there is no need to remove any enamel.
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