Lumineers in St Peter MN are thin porcelain “sheets” that are frequently compared to contact lenses. This is because they stick to the anterior surface of your teeth with a powerful patented cement. In fact, this dental option does not require any reduction in tooth structure, no needles are used, and no provisional dentures are needed.
Why should people opt for Lumineers?
Many people have all they need to possess a beautiful smile. However, their natural teeth may be chipped, cracked, or spread too far apart. Lumineers give people the perfect smile they’ve always dreamed of. They can even be installed on porcelain bridges or crowns thanks to newer systems. Ask your dentist for more details.
Is the procedure painful, and how long does it take?
This technique allows people to transform their smiles with little or no pain. In general, the procedure lasts about an hour and requires only two visits to the dentist. Ask your dentist if this is the case or if there are other reasons why the procedure could take longer.
How long will these types of veneers last?
Lumineers are very durable, and clinical studies have proven that they last more than 20 years. Most dentists are so confident in them that they offer multi-year warranties. Since these veneers are stronger and more durable than plastic veneers, they are guaranteed to last without peeling off or discoloring. Plastic composites can stain and fade as they age, while Lumineers retain their luster and vitality with a patented porcelain.
How is Lumineers porcelain so different?
Solidity and appearance are the two defining factors to look for. It is a durable, patented material that counterattacks cracking, staining, and chipping. It does not irritate the gums and has the same appearance as the natural structure of the teeth without requiring painful alteration of the latter.
What is the thickness of these veneers?
They have a thickness comparable to that of contact lenses (approximately 0.3 mm). Their appearance and feel are so natural that you can barely distinguish them from your natural teeth. Browse our website or contact a local dentist for more details.
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