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Lumineers

By Mina Levi, DDS, 02/06/2014


A common worry that patients have when considering getting porcelain veneers put on as a cosmetic choice is the amount of healthy tooth structure that has to be removed in order to do so.  Traditional porcelain veneers are thick, so a good amount of tooth structure must be shaved down in order to ensure that the veneers look natural and do not turn out too bulky and stick out. This is a credible concern and causes many patients to turn away from having their dream smile. However, Den Matís Lumineers are thin like a contact lens, and allow for a minimally invasive veneer experience. In this article, we talk about what Lumineers are and how patients can benefit from this option.


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What are Lumineers?

Lumineers are ultra-thin veneers that can be seamlessly applied over your teeth for a flawless, natural looking smile. They are minimally invasive and do not require shots, temporaries, or the loss of much healthy tooth structure.

 

How long will Lumineers last?

Clinical testing has proven that Lumineers can look great and last durably for over twenty years.

 

With Lumineers, can I still chew gum and eat my favorite sticky foods?

Lumineers are applied in the most durable way possible, so you may eat and drink whatever you want. However, Lumineers donít replace good hygiene, so you should continue to visit your dentist every 6 months for a check-up and cleaning to keep your Lumineers looking their best.

 

If you have any questions or concerns regarding Lumineers or any other cosmetic dentistry options, visit Lumineers Dentist San Francisco Mina Levi DDS on the web at www.minalevidds.com or give us a call at (415) 513-5066.

 

Topics: Lumineers, porcelain veneers, cosmetic dentistry, cosmetic options, Lumineers dentist San Francisco


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