Lumineers in Tallahassee, FL
What are Lumineers?
Lumineers are similar to the standard veneers, except they are much thinner and made from patented Cerinate porcelain. They are as thin as contact lenses and require very little, if any, tooth reduction compared to standard veneers, which gives them the advantage of preserving more of your natural tooth structure. Your cosmetic dentist is certified to place your Lumineers and has received additional training to be able to offer this type of veneers.
Lumineers are suitable for adults and adolescents seeking to effectively change a number of cosmetic dental conditions including:
- Chipped or cracked teeth
- Slightly discolored or stained teeth
- Gaps or spaces between teeth
- Misshapen, fanged or pointy and slightly misaligned teeth
- Slightly crowded teeth
- Worn teeth
Since little or no tooth structure is removed, the procedure can often be carried out without the need for anesthetic and is also reversible, unlike traditional veneers. They are custom designed to give you the smile you have always wanted. Unlike traditional veneers, Lumineers are proven to last for over 20 years. With only two visits, Lumineers can give you a healthy, natural, permanently white smile that you have always wanted.
Benefits of Lumineers
With Lumineers there is a host of benefits to bringing your smile back to life. Most importantly, there’s no pain involved in getting the smile you have always wanted with Lumineers. The procedure does not require needles or shots, and in most cases, no drilling of sensitive tooth structure.
Additionally, Lumineers only takes two short visits to your cosmetic dentist to get a beautiful, healthy, natural-looking smile. Lumineers are also ultra-thin, so in most cases, there is no need to drill healthy tooth structure to get the beautiful smile you desire. Lastly, Lumineers give you a healthy, natural looking, beautiful smile that lasts over 20 years.
In only two easy dental visits, you will have a permanently whiter and beautiful smile without shots drilling, or pain. Contact your dentist today for more information on Lumineers and to see if you are a candidate.