If you are unhappy with the appearance of your smile and are searching for a way to improve the aesthetics of your teeth, no doubt you have come across veneers and implants already. These dental treatments can have a transformative effect on your smile, but they are very different procedures. Understanding the pros and cons of veneers and implants will make it simpler for you to decide which is right for you.
My name is Dr. Nguyen Thi Thu Thuy, and I work at the Rose Dental Clinic in Ho Chi Minh City. Being able to speak English means I regularly treat international patients who travel, sometimes long distances, to take advantage of the affordable veneers, implants, and dental crowns in Vietnam. In this article, I want to address the difference between veneers and implants so you can be sure of the type of treatment you need ahead of travelling to Vietnam for dental treatment.
The Difference Between Veneers and Implants
The biggest difference between veneers and implants is that one is a complete tooth replacement and the other only covers over an existing tooth. A veneer is very thin and created to exactly mimic the shape of your tooth, so that it can be placed over the front of it to create a flawless outward appearance. This procedure is primarily cosmetic; veneers are best suited for people who have good dental health and stable teeth that veneers can be placed over.
An implant works in a different way to a veneer because it does not need a tooth to attach itself to. In fact, having a dental implant installed requires the complete absence of a tooth. A titanium implant is inserted into your jawbone where a tooth used to be and a crown is attached to it. This dental treatment is used extensively in restorative dentistry, but does crossover into cosmetic dentistry as well.
How Veneers Can Improve the Aesthetics of Your Smile
Covering over your front six or eight teeth with veneers is an effective way of creating an even white smile. This is because each veneer can be created to perfectly match with the others in terms of colour, shape, and length. If you have crooked teeth, large gaps between your front teeth, or discoloured teeth, veneers can completely change their appearance.
Patients who have chipped just one of their teeth can also benefit from having a single veneer so their chipped tooth fits back in with the rest of their teeth. Porcelain veneers look the most like natural teeth and last the longest, while composite resin veneers are cheaper and take less time to create. You will need to talk with your dentist about which is most suitable for the results you desire.
How Implants Can Improve the Function of Your Mouth
Dental implants are unequaled when it comes to replacing a lost tooth, and they have a number of benefits that go beyond aesthetics. Just one implant can bolster your general oral health because filling the gap in your dental structure with an implant stops neighbouring teeth from shifting position and keeps the bone in your jaw strong.
For Aesthetics and Function Try an All-on-4
If you are missing more teeth than you have left in your mouth, you should consider having an All-on-4. This type of dental implant procedure replaces an entire arch of teeth in one go, restoring complete function to your mouth. Your false teeth are secured into place using four implants placed inside your jaw and are expertly crafted to appear just like natural teeth.
Implants or Veneers: Which is Right for You?
If you have suffered from very few dental health problems in the past but are unhappy with the way your teeth look, it is likely that veneers will be the solution for you. With veneers, you keep all your existing teeth, but be aware that you will keep wearing veneers permanently once they are attached to your teeth.
When you do not have a tooth to attach a veneer to, a dental implant offers a way to restore that tooth. Implants are more expensive than veneers, but they are stronger and last longer. After I have carried out an assessment of your dental health, I will be able to explain which treatment is most suitable for you.
Dental Treatment Costs Compared: Vietnam vs Australia
Worried about the cost of fixing your smile? You should be happy to hear that porcelain veneers at Rose Dental Clinic in Vietnam are far less expensive than in Australia, and the same goes for dental implants. To give you an idea of just how much you could save by visiting a dentist in Rose Dental Clinic instead of Australia, here are a couple of price comparisons that make it plainly clear.
The average cost of a single veneer at a dental clinic in Sydney or Melbourne comes to AUD$1,623, while at Rose Dental Clinic charges on average just AUD$ 360. That is over 75% cheaper, and you can make a similar saving on dental implants. One implant from an Australian dentist will cost you an average of $5,098, while the average price for an implant at Rose Dental Clinic drops to AUD$1,160.
Affordable Veneers and Implants at the Rose Dental Clinic in Ho Chi Minh City
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