First, if it is in a formal large clinic and a large hospital, there is basically no big so-called aftereffect. However, if you are cheap, then forget it. Second, your teeth are not neat, the first consideration should be orthodontics, and even if it is commonly known as correction, then consider this. Mainly, if your teeth have no cavities, it is a pity to make a lot of porcelain grinders, and it may be necessary to remove the pulp, that is, to kill the nerves and then fill in other materials. Of course, if the color of your teeth is not good, and there are many teeth that have been treated, you can of course consider porcelain directly. Third, if the cost is not too cheap, more than 200, it is generally the price of a small clinic. If the reputation is good, you can consider it. Individuals are still recommended to go to a regular large hospital. Because if you want to do it, there will be a lot, the general experience may be 6-12, maybe even more. The price in the north can be cheaper, and the price in the south is more expensive. Give you the reference price of my hospital, from 480, 600, 1800, 2000. A total of 4 grades. You generally consider ordinary metals and precious metals. If someone recommends the so-called titanium alloy, don't do it, because that basically doesn't make sense, and there is very little titanium. Precious metals are much better in color and comfort, and they are less irritating to the gums. Look at your financial affordability.