Lumineers & Veneers
Porcelain Veneers and Lumineers
Porcelain Veneers and Lumineers are cosmetic dental procedures that help improve the aesthetic look of your smile by hiding dental flaws – leaving you with a flawless, beautiful smile. Although they both provide the same function, they differ in how the process is completed as well as how much coverage they provide. Consulting with your West Corona dentist is an important step in choosing the right veneer option for your smile.
Which is Best for My Smile?
Veneers: During this procedure, our cosmetic dentist prepares the tooth by buffing down dental enamel. Removing a portion of the tooth enamel helps avoid a bulky or large appearance in the final result. While reshaping teeth does weaken them, porcelain veneers protect the weakened tooth and improves the uniformity of your smile.
Lumineers: This prep-less version of veneers is best for patients with thin teeth as the veneers can be directly applied. However, Lumineers are much thinner than their traditional porcelain counterpart. As a result, patients with deeply stained teeth may not find the coverage they’re looking for with Lumineers.
The Benefits of Dental Veneers in West Corona
While there are some serious differences between these treatments, both offer significant advantages to patients looking to cosmetically enhance their smile. These benefits include:
- Whiter and brighter smiles
- Improve appearance of crooked or misaligned teeth
- Cover gaps between teeth
- Improved appearance of cracked or chipped teeth
- Natural appearance
- Formed from thin layer of porcelain
- Durable, strong, and easy to maintain
- Custom made to blend naturally with smile
Visit Us At West Corona Dentistry
If you’re interested in investing in either Lumineers or Porcelain Veneers, contact our experienced dentists at West Corona Dentistry! Our dedicated staff will work with you in order to ensure that you get the personalized treatment you deserve. Our goal is to help restore your smile and give you the confidence you’ve always dreamed about. Say goodbye to your dental health problems and seek professional help. We’re here to help you restore your oral health. Call us today to get started!
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