A Lumineers Dentist Can Give You a Wedding Smile Makeover

Posted on: April 17, 2017

LumineersA Lumineers dentist can give you a wedding smile makeover to complement your perfect wedding day plans. When you have expended so much effort planning the perfect day, you want everything to fall into place correctly. We can make sure you look your best in the wedding photos that will go into albums for you and your loved ones to view for years to come. On your wedding day, the last thing you need to worry about is feeling self-conscious about your smile. You should feel confident in every way. We can help with a combination of cosmetic improvements and our beautiful, natural-looking Lumineers.

Why You Should Consider Lumineers for Your Wedding Day

If an individual harbors any concerns about his or her smile for any reason, we can help make it wedding day ready. Many grooms are worried about how photos will turn out. Most brides are concerned that their teeth will look more stained when compared to their white dress. Some couples just want to start anew in every area of life on their wedding day, including a more attractive smile and a healthier dental structure. We can give Lumineers to both the groom and the bride for better-looking smiles at the wedding.

Why Lumineers Are Best

Since Lumineers require so little preparation, they can improve a smile when the individual only has a few weeks or months until the wedding. If you want to have straighter-looking and whitened teeth, Lumineers are a great option. A Lumineers dentist can provide coverage of dental flaws such as small teeth, gaps between teeth, crooked teeth, discolored teeth and chipped teeth.

Our Lumineers are a better option than other procedures that take longer and require more work on natural teeth. When one does not have much longer until the wedding, then one wants to take a risk that his or her smile will not be ready for the big day. Lumineers can be created and applied quickly for the fastest route to a perfect smile.

How Lumineers Work

Lumineers are thinner than traditional veneers, making them about as thin as a contact lens. The thinness and sheen material Lumineers closely resemble natural teeth. Since they are so thin, we will not have to remove any enamel from the surfaces of the teeth when using lumineers. This procedure is minimally invasive and produces big results. In most cases, patients will not need anesthetics and will not notice any sensitivity or tenderness during or after the procedure.

The creation and placement of your Lumineers only take two visits to our Lumineers dentist office. At the first appointment, we will take the mold of your teeth to custom-create your Lumineers. We will also decide on the tooth shade you prefer. At your second appointment, we will apply the Lumineers and adhere them to your teeth. This only takes about an hour.

Visiting a Lumineers dentist is a great choice for a bride or groom who wants whiter or straighter teeth on their wedding day. Visit our Peabody dental office to learn more about our Lumineers and if they are right for you.


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