Every now and then a revolutionary new treatment comes along which addresses a huge range of dental issues.
One such treatment is the Lumineer veneers. These ultra-thin veneers are about the same thickness as a contact lens. Unlike ordinary veneers, they require minimal tooth preparation to apply and – in some cases – no preparation whatsoever.
Lumineers are produced using extremely thin porcelain, patented by high-tech dental company Cerinate. They can be used to treat all kinds of dental problems, including covering up discoloured teeth, restoring worn or broken teeth and closing gaps in the smile.
Lumineers’ ease of use means they are considered to be a reversible procedure. The veneers can be removed by a dentist and the natural teeth cleaned, repolished or treated as normal.
Their versatility makes Lumineers an excellent treatment for stained, mal-positioned, chipped and broken teeth – and they can also be placed on crowns or bridges. However, they’re not available at every dentist. Providers must be Cerinate registered and certified and the veneers can only be produced at one of Lumineers’ dental laboratories.
Once you do find a provider (hint – North London’s Aqua Dental), Lumineers can usually be fitted in just a couple of appointments. So, if you think Lumineers may be a good solution to your dental issues, why not book a consultation!