Dental Veneers

Dental veneers are a simple solution for people looking to improve the appearance of their smile. They are a popular cosmetic treatment because of their customizable appearance that improves the appearance of crowded, discolored, and chipped teeth.

Dental Veneers in Winter Springs, FL

Dental veneers are thin, custom-made shells that are bonded to the front surface of teeth to conceal any imperfections such as discoloration, chips, or uneven teeth. The shade of veneers can be adjusted to match your tooth color, and the application process is relatively pain-free. Veneers can effectively hide noticeable flaws and give the appearance of straight and even teeth.

Veneers are an excellent option for those who want to:

– Cover up stains

– Change the appearance of their teeth

– Fill gaps between teeth

At Collins Dental in Winter Springs, FL, we offer high-quality, natural-looking veneers. We use both traditional porcelain veneers and the Lumineers® Veneer System.

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How Much Do Veneers Cost?

We are dedicated to providing exceptional dental care and ensuring your comfort during your visit, all while keeping our services affordable. Veneers are a cosmetic procedure that is usually not covered by insurance. The cost may vary depending on the material and style you choose. To assist you in achieving your dream smile, we offer a range of financial options.

Veneers Cost: $1,200 – $1,600 per veneer

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Dental Veneers Process

Consultation: You can receive a consultation where we scan your teeth in 3D, which means that minimal or no impressions are needed. We will also provide you with a virtual mockup to compare before and after photos so that you can choose your preferred outcome by seeing different shapes, sizes, and colors of teeth.

Choose Veneers Style: After viewing the various options for your smile, you can choose between porcelain veneers or Lumineers®.

Porcelain veneers require more reduction of the tooth structure but are permanently bonded to your teeth, usually lasting longer than Lumineers®. Lumineers® are thin specialty veneers that allow for minimal to no reduction of natural tooth structure but don’t last as long as porcelain veneers.

First Appointment: We will prepare your teeth by removing a small amount of enamel to make room for the veneers when they’re ready. Your veneers will be created by a lab, and it usually takes around 2-4 weeks. During this time, we will place temporary veneers on your teeth to hold the place for your permanent veneers.

Second Appointment: When your veneers are ready, you will come back for your second appointment. We will remove the temporary veneers and bond the new veneers to your teeth.

Homecare: You should take care of your new veneers just like your regular teeth. Brush and floss twice daily, visit the dentist for bi-annual teeth cleanings, and avoid sugary snacks or drinks. It’s important to remember that veneers only cover the front of the tooth, so the chewing surfaces and inner surfaces are still your natural tooth surfaces and are susceptible to cavities and decay.

Meet Your Veneers Specialists

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Dr. Collins

Dr. Collins graduated from LSU School of Dentistry and is a Certified Invisalign® Specialist—Premier Dentist, a Certified Lumineers® Dentist, and a Certified Snap-On Smile® Dentist.

Dr. Monica Azer

Dr. Monica Azer

Dr. Azer completed a one-year Advanced Education in General Dentistry at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) where she received the John C. Kois Award for Clinical Excellence. After completing her residency, she moved back to her hometown to serve the community that has molded her so much over the years.

Dr. Mike Rolfes, dentist in Winter Springs, FL at Collins Dental

Dr. Michael Rolfes

Dr. Michael Rolfes practices restorative, cosmetic, and implant dentistry while focusing on making dental experiences comfortable for every patient at every visit.

Dr. Mallory Hunt

Dr. Mallory Hunt was born and raised in Tampa, FL. She is passionate about maintaining beautiful, healthy smiles and strives to treat every patient as if they were her own family.

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Below is just some of the dental veneers work we've completed at Collins Dental. Schedule your consultation today!

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Interested in Veneers?

If you have any questions about veneers or if you would like a consultation, please schedule an appointment using the link below.

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  • Do you have to shave down my teeth?

    Yes—we have to remove some of the natural tooth structure as it helps prepare the tooth for fitting and bonding of your veneers. Typically, we remove about 0.5 mm off the tooth for porcelain veneers and slightly less for Lumineers. For reference, teeth are teeth typically 5-12 mm thick before the procedure.

  • How thick are veneers?

    It depends on which style you get. Veneers can be as thick as 3-4 mm to improve esthetics. Traditional porcelain veneers are usually about 1mm thick, while Lumineers are much thinner. Lumineers use a very thin and durable ceramic material that is usually only about 0.5mm thick.

  • Are veneers permanent?

    Veneers are designed to function as a permanent replacement for your teeth. Typically, they last between 10-20 years. How long your veneers last will depend on how well you take care of your teeth, with brushing/flossing, avoiding opening things with your teeth, and visiting your dentist regularly.

  • How many veneers do I need?

    You can get veneers on one tooth or every tooth. The number of veneers you need all depends on your desired smile outcome and appearance.

  • Do I need to have temporaries?

    Yes. The temporary veneers will look and function as your permanent veneers will. The process of temporary veneers lets us ensure that they are the desired shape, size, and look of your dreams before permanently bonding the veneers to your teeth. This lets us complete any adjustments before finalizing your smile.

    If you have temporary veneers you should brush gently and stay away from hard, sticky, chewy, or crunchy food.

Questions About Dental Veneers?

If you have any questions about veneers or need a consultation, please contact us using the links below. We also provide numerous other restorative, preventative, and cosmetic dental services, see all of them by clicking See All Dental Services.

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