Midline shift and gap, crown or veneers? Do not want to wear any kind of braces again (Photos)
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Crowns or #veneers for shifted midline #DrSoftTouch
Porcelain crowns and veneers can change the size, shade and shape of teeth dramatically enhancing your smile. There isn't a huge difference between a crown or a veneer. A crown covers the entire tooth, while a veneer only covers the front portion of a tooth). Both can be used to close gaps and correct a slightly shifted midline. I would recommend seeing an experienced cosmetic dentist to determine your options. I hope this helps. Follow me on RealSelf for more answers.
Veneers to enahnce your smile
Porcelain dental crowns may not be needed
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Crowns are too aggressive for your case
You could do minimal prep veneers which could allow the lateral incisors to be made more proportional and keep from making the Central incisors from looking too big when the space is closed. Veneer therapy is going to cost a lot more than Invisalign because you would have to treat more than just the two teeth you are thinking need help. If you just treat the two front teeth it will look un-natural and out of proper proportion.
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