Dental Veneers Dentist in Honolulu Can Ensure Your Teeth Look Natural

Veneers DentistAs your veneers dentist in Honolulu, working with us is a critical first step in restoring your beautiful smile. We understand that when you walk through our doors, it is because you are not happy with the way your teeth look or function. Lacking the sparkle many people desire, crooked or misaligned teeth and unsightly gaps can hurt your appearance. People may lose confidence from the appearance of their teeth as well, which is why we offer the complete range of dental veneers treatments.

As a veneers dentist office, we have learned that patients want their teeth to look perfect, and we have the right tools for the job. In today's advanced world, there are virtually no problems that we cannot fix esthetically speaking. After your consultation, we can start the process of creating perfect teeth, taking each next step as you are ready and evaluating your appearance as we go. Ultimately, most people's goal is brighter whiter teeth and so, after the initial evaluation it will be time for you to make that first critical decision.

As a veneers dentist we know that making a decision to get dental veneers is a life altering one, and we want to make sure that you get the very best results. The first step, after deciding to get veneers, is to work on what shade you want your veneers to be. Once upon a time a veneers dentists in Honolulu, and everywhere else, was limited in shading to sixteen shades on a shade card. This meant that we had to help you pick the shade that was closest to the current color of your teeth. Today, we have a much larger range of options. We can bleach your teeth to the right shade before picking your veneers to ensure that all of your teeth look fabulous and that your smile will be bright and beautiful.
 
Selecting the right shade of veneer is the first and most important element of creating a natural and beautiful looking smile. Equally important, and often overlooked, is the translucency factor of natural teeth. Natural teeth are not completely dense. This allows the light to filter through the teeth in a limited way, which contributes to the radiance of your smile. This opacity is key to beautiful teeth and as a veneers dentist, we can incorporate that into your new veneers. By creating a porcelain veneer that allows just the right amount of light to pass through it, we can greatly enhance your smile. It is important to remember that in order for your teeth to look real, not synthetic, you want a degree of light to come through and so we will work with you to ensure the most natural-looking effect possible as we affix veneers to your teeth.

As we go through the process of placing veneers, we will also be able to close gaps in between your teeth, restore damage, cover dark stains, change the shape or size of your teeth, and even make them appear straighter.  Due to how versatile veneers are, they have become one of our preferred treatment solutions.

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