Check Out This Q And A On LUMINEERS From Our Saint Louis LUMINEERS Dentist
When considering cosmetic dentistry, you want to make sure that you thoroughly evaluate all of your treatment options before you get started. Our Saint Louis cosmetic dentists are here to help you through that process; we can give you all of the information and guidance that you need in order to make an informed decision about your smile moving forward.
With that in mind, our dental team is here to answer some questions about LUMINEERS treatment. We hope that you find this short Q and A informative and helpful!
Q: What is a LUMINEER?
A: A LUMINEER is simply a thin porcelain restoration that is used to resurface patient’s natural tooth. A LUMINEER is about as thick as a contact lens.
Q: What is the LUMINEER treatment process like?
A: In order to place your LUMINEERS, our team will first prep your tooth and take an impression. This impression will allow us to craft a LUMINEER that fits your tooth exactly. Once the physical restoration is complete, you’ll come back to the office so that we can permanently bond it in place. It’s that easy!
Q: What is it like to live with LUMINEERS?
A: LUMINEERS are truly designed to fit in with your daily life. You’ll be able to eat and drink your favorite things, and care for your smile normally once your LUMINEERS are in place. And, because LUMINEERS are naturally stain-resistant, your post-treatment smile will stay bright and fresh looking for years to come.
Cosmetic dentistry treatment doesn’t have to be stressful or overwhelming. Our Saint Louis cosmetic dentists are here to give you all of the information and guidance that you need to move forward with aesthetic dental care. The best way to get started is to schedule a consultation with our team by giving us a call, or using the Contact Us page on our website. We look forward to speaking with you!
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