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Improving Your Smile with Lumineers

IMPROVING YOUR SMILE WITH LUMINEERS What Makes Lumineers Different? Lumineers are super thin, only about 0.2 mm thick Since they are so thin, little to no removal of your natural teeth is needed 0.2 mm Lumineers are more translucent than other options, so they mimic your natural enamel better Lumineers are removable in case you change your mind about the way they look Candidates for Lumineers People with stained or discolored teeth that do not respond to whitening People who have chips, gaps, or spaces around their teeth People with crooked teeth who want an efficient alternative to braces Just about anyone who wants a whiter, more luminescent smile The Lumineers Process Your dentist will take impressions of your teeth and send them to the Lumineers lab Your Lumineers will be custom-made for you, and sent back in a few weeks Your dentist will ensure that they fit you, and then apply them to your teeth for a beautiful smile Your bite will be checked to make sure that everything is in proper alignment How Lumineers Work Normally, veneers require your dentist to remove a portion of the front of your teeth With Lumineers, only minor etching is required before they are placed Lumineers cover your natural teeth so you have the beautiful smile you've always wanted A Lumineers smile can look great for as long as 20 years when properly cared for Caring for Lumineers Brush and floss your teeth as you normally do for best results Use a fluoride toothpaste that is non-abrasive to protect your Lumineers Visit your dentist on a regular basis, and report any changes you notice in your Lumineers You can eat and drink whatever you want without worrying about damaging your Lumineers Provided by: MICHAEL J. WEI DDS PC Mjw MANHATTAN COSMETIC DENTIST IN NEW YORK CITY www.MYNYCCOSMETICDENTIST.COM Sources: -are-veneers-and-how-should-you-care-for-them-0814

Improving Your Smile with Lumineers

shared by BrittSE on Nov 16
Lumineers can improve your smile while still allowing you to eat and drink whatever you want! Look through this infographic to see why you might want to talk to your dentist about this treatment.


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