The gentle alternative to porcelain veneers and braces
If you dream of having a perfect smile, but the thought of having porcelain veneers applied to your teeth makes you wince in pain, you’ll be happy to know there is a new pain-free alternative to porcelain veneers that help you get a beautiful, natural-looking smile. If you are seeking straight teeth without braces, this may be your solution!
The new Lumineers by Cerinate are extremely thin veneer that lengthen small misshapen teeth, crooked teeth, crowded teeth, broken teeth and teeth that have been permanently stained with tetracycline antibiotics or age. A Cerinate Lumineer is a contact-lens-thin porcelain shield that is permanently attached to the front of each tooth that is:
  1. Safe for sensitive patients because it does not require grinding down large amounts of sensitive tooth structure.
  2. Guaranteed for 5 years against chipping, de-bonding, and breakage.
Cerinate Lumineers: The Gentle Alternative to Porcelain Veneers
Typically, traditional veneers require grinding down the teeth so that they fit properly. With the technology of these ultra-thin veneers, there is no need to grind down your teeth! This means little drilling and no needles!
Clinically proven to last up to 20 years with no shade discoloration, Lumineers can be placed over old crowns and help rejuvenate bridgework to create a more uniform look to your smile.
Q: What are Cerinate Lumineer veneers?
A: These veneers are thin shields of beautiful porcelain that are permanently placed on the front of your teeth.
Q: How do Cerinate Lumineers differ from regular veneers?
A: They are much thinner, twice as strong, and the Cerinate Lab offers a five year guarantee, something no other dental laboratory offers for its products.
Q: How long do they last?
A: Research shows 100% retention up to 20 years.
Q: How long will it take to change my smile?
A: Lumineers typically take two visits, which are three weeks apart.
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