Choosing a method to improve the look and feel of your teeth can be a big decision, and you deserve to know what exactly is the best option for you before you make any kind of choice. Two popular dental restoration methods are veneers and crowns, while both are similar and different in specific ways.
We at Sheehan Dental strive towards our patients feeling comfortable and in the know during each of their appointments. That is why we are here to inform you about any and all information regarding these two methods. We will also go into detail about the pros and cons of each one so that you can make an informed decision should you need a dental restoration when you come in to see us at Sheehan Dental.
What is the main difference between a Veneer and Crown
A crown or veneer is used to restore the functionality and the support of damaged teeth. read more
Having the perfect smile is something all of us strive for, whether it be going to work, going out with friends, or visiting with family, there is no situation where a good smile isn’t wanted. Unfortunately, there are a few things that can happen that deter you from having the perfect smile, but if you have the right people in your corner, you can get easy and fast solutions to any kind of dental emergency!
Dental plaque is something that a lot of people will experience sometime in their lifetime. It is a very real problem, and over time it can really affect the health of your teeth. Photo perfect teeth are something you want, and it is something that we can help you achieve, no matter the problem, Sheehan Dental will always be here to serve you!
First Things First: What is Dental Plaque?
Dental Plaque is a sticky yellowish film that forms on your teeth. read more
To ensure the safety of our patients, communities and dental team members, ISDS recommends the following measures that align with Gov. Pritzker’s mandates to limit the spread of COVID-19 through dental offices for the two-week period beginning Tuesday, March 17 through Tuesday, March 31, 2020:
Treat only patients requiring emergency dental procedures.
Postpone elective dental treatment and procedures.
In the next two weeks, we anticipate that the Centers for Disease Control, American Dental Association and Illinois Department of Public Health may establish additional safety measures above and beyond our already comprehensive universal standards of infection control.
Therefore, to ensure the safety of our staff and our patients the office will be closed: March 17 – March 31, 2020.
If you have an emergency, please call. We will be seeing emergency patients, if necessary. read more