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Veneers – North Naples, FL

Beautify Your Smile

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Many people desire a brighter, more attractive smile but have chipped, stained, unevenly spaced, or slightly crooked front teeth. Patients in this situation may be afraid to smile openly for fear of what others might think. This can lead to feelings of low self-esteem. The good news is that our team can help you beautify your smile ! Using veneers in North Naples, Dr. Makram can create your picture-perfect smile in just a few visits.

Why Choose Mark Makram DDS for Veneers? 

What Are Dental Veneers?

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Veneers are high-quality, handcrafted shells created from durable dental porcelain. We place them on the outward-facing surface of teeth. Their goal is to mask imperfections and give patients their desired look. Veneers are capable of addressing a range of aesthetic issues, including:

Once your veneers are in place, you can expect them to provide you with a confident, natural-looking smile. In fact, the porcelain used to make them reflects light just like real tooth enamel, so onlookers should never be able to tell that you have had some work done.

The Process of Getting Veneers

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Your treatment with porcelain veneers may only a few visits to our office. On your first visit, Dr. Makram will learn about your goals, determine whether veneers are right for you, and take a digital impression to use as the basis for designing your new look.

Next, Dr. Makram will prepare your teeth. Because veneers are a permanent solution, some enamel reduction is required to ensure a proper fit. You’ll wear a temporary set of veneers to protect your prepared teeth while a lab creates your permanent set. Then, when your permanent set is ready, you’ll come back to our dental office to have them put in place. Afterward, you can look forward to enjoying your beautiful results for years to come.

Benefits of Veneers

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Some of the most outstanding benefits of veneers include:

Understanding the Cost of Veneers

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You know veneers are long-lasting, versatile, stain-resistant, and easy to care for, but how much do they cost? In short, there isn’t a flat fee – each treatment plan is completely personalized. If you’re interested in getting a specific price estimate, then we recommend scheduling an appointment with our Naples cosmetic dentist, Dr. Makram. Of course, if you aren’t quite ready for a consultation, but you want to learn more about the cost of veneers, you can also read on to learn a bit more on the topic.

Cost vs. Cosmetic Dentistry: What's Right For Me?

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To determine the cost of your smile-enhancing treatment, you need to first consider all of the services available to you. Here are a few of the most popular options, as well as some information to keep in mind when comparing the cost to veneers:

  • Braces – Braces come with numerous perks, from correcting more severe cases of malocclusion to delivering results that have the potential to last a lifetime. However, if you want to fix more than just the position of your teeth, like the size and shade, then veneers may be the better choice for your smile and wallet. Plus, your treatment plan won’t be 12+ months – the entire veneers process can be completed in three visits or less!
  • Teeth Whitening – Professional teeth whitening can effectively remove stains and whiten your teeth. While it’s suitable for a wide range of patients, it may not be an option if the cause of your discoloration is intrinsic or the stains are permanent. Fortunately, that’s where veneers come in. These thin shells of porcelain can conceal your natural teeth, giving you the bright, beautiful smile you desire.
  • Direct Bonding – Able to correct small chips, gaps, stains, and more, this cosmetic dental treatment is versatile, painless, and quick. The only “downside” when compared to veneers is that the results aren’t as long-lasting. Plus, if the imperfections are more significant, dental bonding may not be recommended since it’s more ideal for small dental flaws.
  • Veneers – It’s true; veneers come with a higher investment when compared to treatments like teeth whitening and direct bonding. It’s worth noting, however, that the results also last significantly longer (some studies have found upwards of 30 years!). Furthermore, veneers can address several dental imperfections at once, don’t require lengthy treatment times, and are completely customized for your specific smile goals.

How to Make Veneers Affordable

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If you are interested in getting veneers but are a bit concerned about the cost, don’t hesitate to talk to our team. While your dental insurance provider likely won’t cover a portion of the cost, we do welcome flexible financing with CareCredit and LendingClub. As a result, you don’t have to pay for your entire treatment upfront. Instead, you can choose a payment plan that aligns with your monthly budget, making the cost of veneers significantly more affordable. If you’d like to learn more about flexible financing, get in touch with us!

Veneer FAQs

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Interested in getting dental veneers in Naples, but want to learn more about the treatment? Our team at Mark Makram DDS is happy to answer any questions you may have. To address your concerns, simply reach out to us directly or read below for a list of answers to FAQs from our patients.

Are veneers permanent?

Veneers are considered a permanent procedure, not because they’ll last for the rest of your life, but because in order to get them, your teeth will need to have their enamel altered. This is to ensure that the restorations seamlessly fit over your teeth and lay flush with surrounding teeth. Because of this, you’ll likely need to commit to having your veneers replaced 10, 20, or even 30 years down the road depending on how well they’re maintained.

Will insurance cover veneers?

It’s rarely the case that dental insurance will cover veneers, as they’re seen as cosmetic in nature. However, if they’re deemed medically necessary due to an oral health problem, then your benefits may cover a portion of the cost of your treatment. This will need to be established with your dental insurance company before your procedure.  

Is there anyone who shouldn’t get veneers?

Veneers typically aren’t recommended for patients who have untreated oral health problems, like cavities and gum disease. This is because as these underlying issues become worse, they’ll compromise the health of your teeth, and in turn, veneers. We also recommend that those who grind their teeth at night invest in a nightguard to protect their new restorations from becoming damaged or fractured.

Can I use veneers to make my smile wider?

It’s not uncommon for patients to come to us wanting to make their smiles appear less narrow, as this can often hide their beautiful teeth. Veneers are a great way to widen the arch without the use of orthodontic treatment to make the smile appear fuller and more symmetrical.

Is getting veneers painful?

Before your teeth are prepared for veneers, Dr. Makram will numb the area surrounding them to make sure you remain comfortable. Afterward, you’ll likely experience some sensitivity and general discomfort. However, once your permanent restorations are secured atop your teeth, you’ll gradually notice your smile feel like normal again. Occasionally, patients also report some soreness in their gums and jaw after treatment, but this will dissipate with time as well. Call our office if you have any post-operative concerns so we can put your mind at ease.

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