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Lumineers

Why choose Lumineers?

With their proprietary technology and over 30 years of experience, you can have the smile you’ve always wanted in less time and with far more comfort than you ever imagined. Lumineers are digitally designed to be ultra-thin (about as thin as a contact lens), so they can be applied seamlessly over your teeth to deliver a natural looking smile. That’s why Lumineers is the #1 patient-requested veneer system in the world.

We know you have questions.

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How are Lumineers different than standard veneers?

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Traditional veneers are generally thicker, and thus require more aggressive and irreversible removal of healthy tooth structure. The extensive preparation technique frequently requires shots and anesthesia to minimize sensitivity and pain, and typically involves placement of acrylic temporaries for over two weeks between visits. The minimally invasive Lumineers technique typically eliminates the need for shots or temporaries, so while you wait for your custom-made Lumineers, you’ll look great and feel great.
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How do Lumineers work?

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After your initial consultation, we will take an impression of your upper and lower teeth, and send the mold to the lab. Unlike traditional veneers, there is typically no need for extensive drilling, shots or unsightly acrylic temporaries.

On your next visit, generally a couple weeks later, we will place your Lumineers. 

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How much do Lumineers cost?

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On average, Lumineers or traditional veneers can cost anywhere between $800 and $2,000 per tooth, depending on individual cases and needs. Contact us today to discuss the cost based on your specific needs.

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