If you are not satisfied with your smile however do not want to have any abrasions on your teeth, Lumineers are certainly for you. It is very important for dentists not to harm the teeth at all and to create an aesthetic smile at the same time.
Lumineers in the size, shape, and color you want are glued on your own teeth. You can start using your new teeth immediately with this treatment done in just 3-4 days. It is made of e-max porcelains, which are very thin as thin as contact lenses, but resistant to pressure.
You can consult our dentists to find out whether your teeth are suitable for Lumineer treatment.
Dental veneers are delicate, tooth-colored shells that are attached the teeth’s front surface to enhance their appearance. They’re usually composed of porcelain or resin-composite materials (although we do not suggest the latter) and are glued to your teeth permanently.
We use them to correct a variety of cosmetic issues, including cracked, broken, stained, or undersized teeth.
When a tooth is cracked or broken, some patients only need one veneer, but most people need six to eight veneers to achieve an equal, symmetric smile.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is the difference between a Lumineer and a crown?
What is the difference between a veneer and a Lumineer?
Why do you need a Lumineer?
What are the advantages of a Lumineer?
Does the Lumineer shorten the life of the tooth?
Will my own teeth be damaged during the Lumineer veneer process?
Is the care of the Lumineer and that of the veneer different from the normal tooth?
Are there any cheap veneers? What are their disadvantages, if any?
Can we close the gap between my teeth with Lumineers?
ÖMER CENKER ILICALI, MD
Dt. M. Bülent AKDERELİ
English International Patient Consultant