What are Cerinate Lumineers?

Cerinate lumineers are slightly different from conventional porcelain veneers are they are ultra-thin. Each veneer is only around 0.2 mm in thickness. This does mean the veneers are highly translucent, enabling them to closely replicate the appearance of tooth enamel. The advantage of choosing Cerinate lumineers is that little or no tooth shaping is necessary, so the process is very conservative. Additionally, these veneers are extremely hard wearing and durable. You will only need to visit our dental office twice and there is no need for local anesthetic as the procedure is painless.

How Could Cerinate Lumineers Help Me?

You may want to consider Cerinate lumineers if you have teeth that are slightly out of alignment or which are a less than perfect shape. Lumineers can be used to create a more uniform and aesthetically pleasing appearance, making your teeth appear straighter and whiter.

Cerinate Lumineers Procedure

After determining how many lumineers are required, our dentist will take an impression or mold of your teeth. The next step will be to decide on the correct shade of your new lumineers. If you choose to have multiple lumineers to cover up all your front teeth, we will be able to fabricate them in a lighter shade than your natural teeth, if desired. Otherwise we will ensure they exactly match your natural teeth. As no tooth material is removed, you will not need to wear temporary veneers while your new lumineers are being made. They can be fitted on your next visit.

How Long Will My Cerinate Lumineers Last?

Your Cerinate lumineers should last for many years, providing you with a great looking smile. Good dental hygiene is essential to help increase the longevity of your veneers and to ensure your natural teeth remain strong and healthy.

Are Cerinate Lumineers Reversible?

Provided we have not removed any of your natural tooth structure, Cerinate lumineers should be reversible as your natural teeth will be fully intact underneath these restorations.