Lumineers by Cerinate to Restore your Smile
That perfect smile isn’t as elusive as you might think. If the idea of porcelain veneers has always been appealing, but the actual placement of the veneers is not all that enticing, there is an easier way to achieve the beautiful smile you want. Lumineers by Cerinate is a painless option that can give you a white, straight, natural-looking smile.
How do Lumineers work?
Cerinate Lumineers are remarkably thin shields of porcelain that are attached permanently to the front of each tooth. The Lumineers are so slim, in fact, that they’re often compared to contact lenses. They are much thinner and stronger than porcelain veneers, do not require the removal of healthy tooth structure in order to place the porcelain, and there is no need for acrylic temporaries to be put in place while you wait for your custom-made Lumineers. The application of Lumineers typically takes two visits a few weeks apart.
Who can wear Lumineers?
Cerinate Lumineers can correct the following problems or dental complaints:
- Crooked teeth
- Misshapen teeth
- Stained teeth
- Crowded teeth
- Small teeth
- Broken teeth
Lumineers can even be placed over old crowns or be combined with other cosmetic dentistry options to create a more even and uniform smile.
Because the procedure for applying Lumineers is minimally invasive – the technique usually doesn’t even require anesthesia to minimize sensitivity – this type of cosmetic dentistry is particularly ideal for sensitive patients and people who have anxiety about needles, drills, or sitting in the dentist’s chair.
How long will Lumineers last?
When cared for properly, Lumineers are guaranteed against chipping for five years, as well as against breakage and separating from the tooth. It’s very likely that Lumineers will last for decades without any discoloration or repairs needed.
When teeth whitening can’t remove the stains, when Mother Nature just didn’t give you the adult smile you want, when you want straight teeth without orthodontia, you can opt for the gentle alternative to porcelain veneers and braces: Lumineers by Cerinate.