Dental Veneers Make Your Smile Your Best Feature

Give Yourself Beautiful Teeth With Dental Veneers in Naples

Your smile may be less-than-perfect, but you can be ready for your close-up when you get dental veneers in Naples, FL. This service can do a lot of things for you and your smile, such as:

  • Create the smile you want
  • Boost your confidence in social situations
  • Allow you to feel more relaxed in professional meetings
  • Improve your self-confidence
  • Help you look more attractive and younger

Your smile is going to make an impression one way or another. When you meet someone in person, post a photo to social media, or participate in an on-line conference call, you want to present your best self to the world. Getting veneers can make a difference in how other people perceive you. Schedule an appointment at Naples Dental Professionals to make a change for the better. Call 239-429-0258 for our 4522 Executive Dr. #101 office or 239-977-9120 for 1121 Health Park Blvd., Suite 600.

Craft an Amazing Smile With Custom Veneers

Veneers are one of the most versatile services in cosmetic dentistry. This also may be why they are one of our most popular treatments. Veneers can be used to conceal a number of problems:

  • Broken teeth
  • Cracked teeth
  • Crooked teeth
  • Discolored teeth
  • Gaps in your smile
  • Misshapen teeth
  • Worn-down teeth

Veneers can be an efficient and effective solution for your smile situation. Either on their own or as part of a smile makeover, veneers offer you a way to dramatically transform your teeth. When you have your personalized veneers, you can have the kind of smile that you have seen in celebrity magazines and on the big screen. If you are looking to make a small change or a big one, you owe it to yourself to talk to one of our doctors at Naples Dental Professionals about how tooth veneers could be good for you.

Follow These Simple Steps to Get Your New Smile

Getting veneers is an easy process. Here is what you can expect:

  • During your consultation, you and your doctor will discuss your smile goals, so your veneers can be made to your specifications.
  • If needed, we can remove a thin layer of enamel from your teeth to make room for your veneers.
  • We will make an impression of your teeth to send to the dental lab, which will custom design your veneers to fit your teeth.
  • When your veneers are finished, you will come back to our office, and we can place them where they should be.
  • Leave with your new and improved smile.

To keep your veneers looking their best, you will want to keep up your oral care routine. This starts with your daily brushing and flossing, but it also should include professional cleanings and exams a few times each year. These visits are how we help you avoid problems with the teeth under your veneers. It also gives us an opportunity to monitor the condition of your veneers and let you know if they are showing signs of wear and tear.

Now is the time to give yourself your dream smile! Call 239-429-0258 (Executive Drive) or 239-977-9120 (Health Park) today or contact us online to request an appointment to discuss your dental veneers in Naples, FL.

Common Questions About Dental Veneers

Do dental veneers look fake?

In the experienced hands of your dentist, your new veneers will look completely lifelike and natural. We’ll make sure the veneers we decide on together will complement your smile and not look fake or out of place. After your veneers treatment is complete, you’ll have a genuine smile you’ll want to show off to everyone.

Can you whiten dental veneers?

Teeth whitening will not work on dental veneers. For this reason, we encourage our veneers patients to first whiten their teeth to the desired level of whiteness. Then, we can match your teeth veneers to your radiant new smile. To keep your teeth their brightest and most attractive, periodic whitening treatments in our office or at home will do the trick.

How long do dental veneers last?

In most cases, you should expect your new veneers to last a minimum of 10 years. Much of the durability of your veneers will depend on the types of foods you eat and your oral care routine. If you tend to eat hard, sticky foods that can damage your veneers, they will not hold up as long.