The dental facets are thin ceramic / composite resin blades that adhere to the outer part of the teeth in order to improve their appearance, whether by altering the shape, color or alignment of the teeth themselves.
In this sense, they function as contact lenses (restorations) of reduced thickness capable of transmitting an excellent aesthetics in a conservative way, taking into account that they involve reduced or, in some cases, non-existent dental wear.
Dental crowns are individualized fixed prostheses that fully cover the tooth (as a whole), aiming to provide aesthetic and resistance to damaged dental pieces. There are several types of materials available in the market for confection of dental crowns ranging from metal, zirconia, ceramics among others.
These dental pieces can also be screwed to implants, reproducing the same characteristics (shape and aesthetics) of the lost natural teeth.