Lumineers (Veneers)

Although Lumineers and veneers can both improve your smile by hiding dental flaws, they differ in procedure and how they affect the state of the original tooth. Before you sign up for either procedure, you should review your options. Be sure to consult with a dentist in Evansville, IN before you decide which option is right for you. Every person’s teeth are different, and you need to have a personalized consultation before you undergo a drastic procedure.

Similarly both options can:

Also both veneers and Lumineers are custom-made to create a seamless smile and are comfortable and have a natural appearance.  They are formed from a thin layer of porcelain, which is strong, durable, and easy to maintain. They will not stain or change color with time and come with a similar price tag.

DIFFERENCES

If you’re interested in enhancing your smile’s natural beauty with veneers or Lumineers, please give your Evansville, IN dentist- Dr Jenkins a call at 812-474-1020 or contact us online.

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