Dentist Silverlake LA
Lumineers are designed to hide imperfections in your smile.
What Are Lumineers?
Lumineers are thin shells that can be applied to the very front of your smile. They are designed to hide imperfections beautifully, which can help to improve the overall look of your appearance. It is important that you come into Silverlake Dental Group for this treatment if and when it’s needed. Lumineers are durable and can last a long time, and they are thinner than typical porcelain veneers.
Why Would you Need Lumineers?
The main reason a person would want this particular cosmetic option is because they just don’t like the way that their smile looks. Rather than continue to feel badly about your appearance, it’s easy and quick to simply change things. This involves using customized Lumineers to essentially cover your existing teeth. You will find that this process is very quick and easy when done in our office.
Who is a Candidate for Lumineers?
Dr. Josh will start by consulting with you prior to placing Lumineers. It is important that you have healthy front teeth prior to this particular restoration being placed. This will prevent future issues if and when they need to come off. You will find that this particular option is a lot easier than if you were to come in to have regular veneers placed.
What happens during the Lumineer process?
First, we’ll take impressions of your teeth. These impressions are then used to create brand new Lumineers that will be applied to the very fronts of your smile. There is no anesthetic required and no filing or drilling necessary. We will then place the brand new Lumineers at a second appointment once they have been made just for you. The application process takes just a few minutes and provides you with a completely transformed smile. Your smile can look great thanks to this work that’s been done. You will want to come back in after the veneers show signs of some wear.
If you would like to learn more about Lumineers and how they work, call us today to schedule a convenient appointment.