LUMINEERS have become a popular treatment option for patients affected by a number of cosmetic problems ranging from dull enamel to a misaligned smile. Dr. Knechtel and staff at your Longmont Dentist Office would like patients to know exactly what LUMINEERS are, and how they can help. LUMINEERS are made of ultra thin translucent layers of Cerinate porcelain which are attached directly to the teeth. LUMINEERS are well-liked because they are so thin and natural looking.
LUMINEERS are versatile dental tools which may be used to replace a single tooth or multiple teeth. Patients choose LUMINEERS because they blend seamlessly with existing teeth and look so natural and personalized one they are applied.
Once applied to teeth, the Cerinate porcelain looks much like natural tooth enamel. The properties of Cerinate porcelain reflect and absorb light similarly to those of real dental enamel. So when you smile with your new LUMINEERS, your restorations will look as radiant and clear as natural teeth.
A major benefit of LUMINEERS is that they are thin and easily affixed to teeth. In fact, LUMINEERS are so thin that they can be applied to existing dental enamel without the necessity of filing away much of the natural tooth enamel (as is necessary with veneers). LUMINEERS are so thin that patients enjoy the treatment without a “bulky” or “fake” look.
If you or someone you know wants an improved smile with one simple and effective treatment, then LUMINEERS are the logical option. With LUMINEERS, patients may correct a number of complex cosmetic troubles at one time, rather than going through several steps of cosmetic treatment.
The thin porcelain pieces of LUMINEERS can completely resurface your teeth and help you feel assured that your smile is at its best. In fact, LUMINEERS are so natural looking that no one will know that you are wearing them! Give our Longmont LUMINEERS dental office a call to learn more about this revolutionary cosmetic treatment or to schedule your very own consultation!
How Lumineers Look So Natural On Teeth