Ceramic veneer restorations can significantly enhance the aesthetic appearance of front teeth and boost self-confidence. With increasing demand for better aesthetics and reducing psychological burden of tooth removal, ceramic veneers have become an area of focus in dental esthetics.

Ceramics are widely used for their superior appearance, mechanical characteristics, adhesive cementation, and adequate marginal adaptation. Maintaining aesthetics with ceramic veneers in the medium to long term is excellent and has no adverse effects on gingival health in patients with optimal oral hygiene.

However, fit is a crucial aspect for a ceramic veneer to function over a long period in the oral cavity. Poor fit can cause problems, such as fracture of the restoration, early elimination, and esthetic degradation from peripheral stains.

Selecting the proper materials, good case selection, proper techniques, and partnering with a talented ceramist are essential to successful outcomes for veneers. Not only can veneers improve the appearance of a person’s smile, they can also provide significant psychological and social benefits. People who have benefited from having veneers report a significant impact on their self-esteem and overall well-being.

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Who Are We ?

Smile Antalya has grown to be the largest facilitator of dental services in Turkey to the international community.


Kemerağzı Mah., Yaşar Sobutay Bulvarı, Tekin Plaza No:304 D:23 Kundu/Antalya

FDA Approved

The Dental Implants are approved by the FDA and come with a lifetime guarantee.

Travel Plans

We can advise on every aspect of your travel including flights, hotels, airport transfers and specialist travel insurance.


3D smile design software and CAD/ CAM technology enabling the dental professionals to provide any smile design and tooth shape. Only available in high-end clinics, this technology gives you full control of the end result.


Both accurate and safe treatment planning by the use of sophisticated technology including Panoramic X-ray and 3D Tomographic scanning.