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The safe, painless porcelain veneer.

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 LUMINEERS® Porcelain Veneers

Have you avoided having a smile makeover with porcelain veneers because you are anxious about the placement process? If so, LUMINEERS® may be right for you, since placing them does not require removing the tooth's enamel.

Lumineers are porcelain veneers that offer the painless way to a permanently whiter and perfectly aligned smile. LUMINEERS BY CERINATE is a terrific cosmetic solution for permanently stained, chipped, discolored, misaligned teeth, or even to revitalize old existing crown and bridgework without having to replace them.
. We can apply these contact lens-thin "smile shapers" to teeth without any grinding or shaving, transforming teeth into a naturally beautiful smile that looks perfect for every individual.

Benefits of LUMINEERS® Porcelain Veneers

  • Virtually painless placement process. Since LUMINEERS® are about the size of a contact lens, no tooth reduction is needed to prepare the tooth in most cases

  • Convenient, two-visit placement. Your cosmetic dentist Melbourne can place LUMINEERS® in 2-5 office visits: one to plan your new smile, and one to place the veneers.

  • Reduced risk of tooth sensitivity and trauma. Since the tooth's enamel is not removed, there is less of a risk of tooth sensitivity or injury.

  • Reversibility. Unlike traditional veneers placement, LUMINEERS® can be removed in the future.

  • Extraordinarily strong. Clinically proven to last up to 16-20 years

  • A viable alternative to braces in many cases

  • No temporaries required

  • Evolving from Cerinate porcelain restorations, lauded as one of the top 100 dental products for 2002 by Dentistry Today, a highly-respected publication

LUMINEERS can only be made from patented Cerinate porcelain unavailable anywhere other than the Cerinate Smile Design Studio. In just 2-5 visits you can have a custom-made smile that is clinically proven to last over 20 years - and it is completely reversible since your natural tooth structure is still intact


What makes LUMINEERS® Porcelain Veneers different from other veneers?

LUMINEERS are a brand of porcelain veneers by Cerinate that are made of the ceramic material and glued to the surface of your teeth, just like porcelain veneers. However, lumineers are thinner, contact lens-thin and are placed over existing teeth without having to remove sensitive or painful tooth structure. LUMINEERS is thus painless because they don't require removal of painful tooth structure , permanent cosmetic solution for stained, chipped, discolored or misaligned teeth.

What are the indications of Lumineer Veneer?

  • Whiten stained teeth

  • Reshape misaligned/crooked teeth

  • Even out uneven teeth

  • Lenghten short teeth

  • Close spaces or gaps in between teeth

  • Revitalize old crown and bridgework

  • Fix chipped teeth

Is the LUMINEERS procedure painful?

Getting ultra-thin veneers is one of the least invasive dental procedures available. LUMINEERS procedure is a pain-free way to reshape and permanently whiten your teeth. Because they are so thin, in most cases you will get a perfect fit without shots or grinding down of the original tooth structure. Also once the Lumineers have been placed, there is no discomfort or sensitivity later on.

I think I need braces, but I heard sometimes teeth can be fixed with LUMINEERS?

In most cases, yes! Your dentist will be able to evaluate your dental situation and decide whether braces are needed. Sometimes, if you do not have severely mis-aligned teeth, LUMINEERS can be used to reshape your teeth, making them look straighter and more uniform, as well as whiter, something you don't get with braces.

How long do the LUMINEERS last for?

Long term clinical research and testing has proven that your new LUMINEERS smile will last and look great for over 20 years.

How long does it take to get LUMINEERS?

The whole process takes only 2-5 visits and on your second visit when the Lumineers are placed, you can expect to be complete in an hour or so.

What gets done with a LUMINEERS procedure?

After a comprehensive exam, we will develop a comprehensive cosmetic treatment plan to make your smile exactly the way you want. On the first visit, we will create a precise mold of your teeth. Then we will send everything to the LUMINEERS Smile Design Studio for your custom LUMINEERS to be created. With LUMINEERS, there are no temporaries. Then when you are in our dental practice for your second visit, your LUMINEERS are painlessly applied without shots or drilling of sensitive tooth structure.

To see what your smile would look like with dental veneers, we recommend you have diagnostic wax up or a procedure called PROTOTYPE TECHNIQUE, which will create an image of you with your new veneers. With these procedure, we first take our initial records and then we make a Prototype Smile in the laboratory. While patients are having their dentistry done, we have them wear this provisionary prototype temporaries. This will allow them to adjust to their new look and make sure it's what they want and what feels comfortable. These tools can help you decide if veneers would be a good choice for your smile. Because we custom craft each patient's dental veneers, you can choose the shape, color, and style that best compliments your appearance and the image you want to achieve. When the new smile has been completed, we see the permanent restoration as we did the prototype. This additional procedure will allow us to fine-tune for a very well designed and individualised new smile.

Number of Porcelain Veneer and Lumineer Appointments

The veneer procedure can often be completed in 2-5 dental visits over the course of a four to six-week period.

 1. Initial Cosmetic Consultation.

Pre-Treatment Considerations

During your first consultation appointment we examine the condition of your teeth prior to placing minimal preparation , "no-prep", or full prep veneers to ensure that your teeth are clinically sound. In cases where cost is a primary concern and the patient's condition involves only a tiny chip or crack in a single tooth, composite bonding may be a more suitable option. Although less durable and more prone to staining than porcelain veneers, composite bonding would be a less expensive and quicker cosmetic dentistry option.

To determine if you are a candidate for a minimal preparation or "no-prep" veneer procedure, see your dentist for a thorough examination and to discuss your specific cosmetic and dental issues. Your dentist will explain the different cosmetic dentistry options available to meet your particular needs.

2. Appointment for the Prototype Smile (see above details), could be optional appointment depending on the type of veneer and preparation required. During this appointment, you will actively participate in the "smile design process." By sharing your preferences about the shape, length, width and color of the veneers and the effect you want them to have on changing the appearance of your smile, you will help ensure that your veneer treatment will meet your expectations. It is important that your dentist understands your objectives when undergoing a veneer procedure.

3. Preparations for Porcelain Veneers, Lumineers and provisionals(optional) using the Prototype smile or temporaries

4. Permanent bonding or cementation of final porcelain veneers or Lumineers restorations.

Right after the cementation, some patients experience a transient 'SHAPE SHOCK" experience especially with NO PREP Lumineer, until they get used to the new smile. Common to patients who opted not to have the Prototype Smile.

5. Final appointment to check everything is OK

Clinical Procedure with Lumineer


Involves no removal of any form of tooth structure. Therefore, anesthesia and temporaries are not required. Patients who are scared of the needle, does not want their teeth grinded down will fit in this technique.

It is a conservative procedure in theory, however in most cases, this procedure due to its tendency to leave the teeth over contoured, bulky and quite unaesthetic. The teeth appear bulky and are what is referred to as "over-contoured."

o Since no enamel is scraped off your teeth, lumineers can make your smile appear bulkier. The ramifications of over-contoured teeth, aside from them being unaesthetic, are the fact that it is unhealthy for the gum tissues that support the teeth.

o A slight ridge can be created where the veneer connects with your tooth, which could gather stains around your veneers

o Your teeth can be more vulnerable to tooth decay

o Your gums can be irritated, increasing your chances of gingivitis


Requires slight reduction, or modification of the enamel but never touches dentin during lumineer placement. No reduction of sensitive tooth structure. Only 0.3-0.5 mm enamel is removed, causing no sensitivity, therefore no need for anesthesia. Minimal contouring is commonly used when cases involve misalignment or reshaping teeth.

With LUMINEERS, can I still chew gum and eat my favorite sticky foods?

Drink and eat whatever you want. LUMINEERS are applied in the most durable way possible. However, LUMINEERS don't replace good hygiene, so you should continue to visit your dentist every 6 months for a check-up and cleaning to keep your LUMINEERS looking their best and the rest of your teeth and gums healthy.

Can LUMINEERS be taken off if I want them removed?

In most cases, Yes. LUMINEERS are normally completely reversible because there's no grinding down of healthy tooth structure. Your natural teeth are normally still intact and strong. If you have any questions about your particular case, come in for a free consultation.

So how difficult is it to remove a veneer once it is already placed?

Well, porcelain veneers are not meant to be removed, there strength and durability is one of the pros for seeking out porcelain veneers as a restorative dental treatment, your cosmetic dentist may have his own technique at removing a porcelain veneer in such cases mentioned above.

Your cosmetic dentist may remove a damaged porcelain veneer by creating a notch in the porcelain veneer and popping them off. The most conservative way to remove veneers is using a Waterlase laser which disconnects the cement right through the porcelain without damaging the tooth underneath.

The porcelain veneer still cannot be rebounded but no inadvertent tooth structure is damaged as in the "notching" technique. Once removed the porcelain veneer cannot be re-used, especially if has been damaged in some manner. Rather, your cosmetic dentist will order a new porcelain veneer from the dental lab to replace the veneer that was removed. Often times, the underlying tooth structure may be freshened up, whitened or polished to help restore the natural brilliance of your porcelain veneers.

Depending on the agreement made between you and your cosmetic dentist, the removal of a good or broken porcelain veneer may require you to endure the cost to fabricate a new porcelain veneer. So, be careful and discerning with your porcelain veneers and they could last you a lifetime.

I am having porcelain veneers put on my front teeth. I would also like to whiten my bottom teeth. Which should I do first?

When deciding on porcelain veneers it is always best to start out with whitening of your teeth to get the desired shade prior to having porcelain veneers placed. Porcelain veneers do not whiten, and thus if your porcelain veneers are placed first and your natural teeth do not get as white as you thought they may, or are whiter than you expected, you have the problem that your porcelain veneers will not match! It is best to tell your dentist that you would also like to whiten your teeth prior to getting your porcelain veneers. Wait 2 to 14 days after whitening to allow the color to settle and then move forward with choosing that final color for your porcelain veneers. This way you can ensure your smile is consistent and your porcelain veneers blend naturally with the rest of your teeth.

Can I Fix My Porcelain Veneers or Lumineers?

Porcelain Veneers are designed to last a long time, so once you can expect on average the lifetime of your porcelain veneers to be 10 to 20 years before they need replacement. Like all things however, porcelain veneers or lumineers require regular maintenance and regularly scheduled cleanings as well as daily brushing and flossing are essential for keeping your porcelain veneers looking bright and healthy.

Sometimes factors may arise in which porcelain veneers need to be repaired or replaced before the anticipated timeline. Such considerations for early replacement or adjustments to your porcelain veneers may be as follows:

o Poor placement of Porcelain Veneers resulting in discomfort or inflammation of the gums

o Porcelain Veneers to do not match the rest of your natural teeth color

o A chip in your porcelain veneer from biting down to hard on ice or accident related injury

o Porcelain Veneer has popped off due to lack of strength in the adhesive material

o Unhappy with design and feel of porcelain veneers received from one cosmetic dentist

o Porcelain Veneers are too bulky or unnatural looking

ith an experienced cosmetic dentist performing the porcelain veneer procedures, it is rare to have any of the above listed concerns, and you are normally given several opportunities to give your input on the shape, size, and color of your porcelain veneer restorations before they are permanently cemented. If however, you do need to address your any of the considerations above, try talking to your cosmetic dentist for steps you both can take to fixing your porcelain veneers. If you would rather seek the consultation of a new cosmetic dentist remember to find a cosmetic dentist with extensive porcelain veneer experience, and look into all of your options. Given the problem listed above with your porcelain veneers, you may need to make a simple adjustment, do some teeth whitening, replace one veneer, or decide that you want new porcelain veneers that are better matched to your style and smile.

Old porcelain veneers can be removed, but it will require some patience and teamwork from you and your cosmetic dentist.

Dental Veneers Cost & Procedure Details

How much money do veneers cost? Dental veneers can serve as a beautiful - albeit expensive - solution for worn tooth enamel, uneven tooth alignment, abnormal spacing, chips and cracks. Although veneers can be pricey, people often are more than happy with their results and feel the benefits far outweigh the cost.

Porcelain veneers are more expensive than their composite resin and Lumineer vneers counterparts.
Veneers Cost Factors

The cost of dental veneers depends on many factors, including:

  • The fees of the cosmetic dentist who performs the procedure.

  • The artistic and technical skill of the ceramist making the veneers and the cosmetic dentist who is applying the veneers.

  • The Cosmetic complexity.

  • The material used.

  • The number of teeth requiring veneers.

  • Beautiful cosmetic dentistry requires the use of expensive materials, first-class cosmetic dental labs, and usually extra time and effort on the part of the cosmetic dentist. All these extra costs are factored into the fee.

How to Care for Porcelain Veneer and Lumineers on Teeth

Lumineers are growing in popularity as they provide a beautiful new smile with extreme affordability and minimal fuss. They are a visually appealing solution for moderate dental deficiencies. Dental care for veneers is no different from regular dental care. Clean and floss your new smile daily, visit us regularly for professional care and maintenance, and consider wearing a night-guard to prevent teeth grinding while you sleep

The following are a few tips that can help extend the lifespan of your Veneers:


  • Though Lumineers are extremely durable, you should still avoid consuming large amounts of hard and sticky foods, which can stress the bonding material. To reduce the risk of damage to your veneers, do not bite or chew on hard objects such as nut shells or bones, and do not use your teeth to open or tear packages. Your dentist also may advise you to avoid certain foods that could damage the porcelain or composite used. Chew these foods with your back teeth if it's unavoidable.

  • It's important to avoid foods that can potentially discolor or corrode the bonding cement, such as coffee, red wine, and tea.

  • Keep in mind that smoking habits can also discolor your new Lumineers.

  • Brush and floss your teeth several times a day. The Lumineers are resistant to bacteria and decay, but it is still necessary to maintain the health of your natural teeth.

  • If you play physical contact sports such as football or soccer, your Lumineers are exposed to potential injury. We can create a custom mouth guard so you can continue to do what you love, without damaging your perfect smile.

  • Grinding your teeth frequently at night can damage the Lumineers. If you suffer from night grinding, please contact us immediately so we can create a custom night guard.

  • Using abrasive toothpastes can harm the surface and bonding of your Lumineers. We can provide you with samples and recommendations of less harmful alternatives.

Any Negative Aspects about Lumineers?

Due to their relative ease and quick placement, lumineers do have downfalls that you wouldn't experience with traditional porcelain veneers.

o Finding and matching a color to compliment your hair, skin and eye tone is more difficult

o Your teeth will be lengthened, (without incisal tooth reduction) possibly leaving you with an improper bite

o Also, the lumineers, in NO PREP technique, have a tendency to create a ledge at the gumline since the tooth underneath is not prepared enough. This can cause an area of bacterial trap leading to unhealthy gum situation, which can lead to chronic inflammation and possibly bone loss

o The lumineers are not of enough thickness to allow for proper translucency and tend to look too opaque or have show-through of a dark tooth underneath.

o Porcelain Veneers can be fragile. Porcelain veneers are designed to be strong and durable, but when presented with excessive impact or force like grinding of your teeth or chewing hard foods, porcelain veneers can chip or break.

Porcelain Veneer need to have enough thickness to have strength and, contrary to popular belief, they have to be thick enough to look natural. This allows the ceramist to build in enough translucency and characteristics to mimic the optical qualities of a natural tooth.

Since, It doesn't have the life-like quality of other feldspathic porcelains. The shadings tend to be monochoromatic by itself, without altering the shading/colour of the Lumineer during cementation process.

PLEASE NOTE: Patients who want a highly pronounced life-life tooth appearance with high translucency on the incisal edge (biting surface of the front teeth), polychromatic shading/colour or wanted highly characterized lifelife tooth enamel,, are NOT a good candidate for Lumineer.

What is the difference between porcelain veneers and Lumineers?

  • Lumineers is a brand name of porcelain veneers made from patented porcelain called Cerinate.

  • Lumineers require very little or no tooth reduction. Lumineers are an excellent choice when your teeth are slightly set back or need very minor changes. Lumineers are not right for everyone.

  • If you require more extensive changes (extreme makeovers etc.) traditional Porcelain veneers might be the better choice.

  • Certain parts of smile design process actually become complicated in No prep Technique as procedure is confined to working with shape of the teeth the way they are.

  • Each person needs to be evaluated individually to see which type of veneer in best for them. It might even be a combination of both

Preparation for Traditional Porcelain Veneer and Lumineer.

Lumineers are approximately 1/3 of a millimeter thick; porcelain veneers are 1/2 millimeter thick. This difference is nominal.

Differences in Optical properties between Lumineer and Traditional veneer


Lumineer Before and after (photos courtesy by DenMat)



Traditional Veneer (actual cases of Dr. Zenaidy Castro)


What are some of the Pros and Cons of Porcelain Veneers and Lumineers Veneer?

By now you will have seen that porcelain veneers and lumineers are an obvious way to brighten your smile, correcting tooth discoloration, gaps and spaces, and crooked and chipped teeth. We give you that extra dose of self-confidence and it is obvious that regardless if you are seeking an extreme makeover or just a way to smile and shine, porcelain veneers and lumineers are an excellent restorative procedure that can change your life. So why not get porcelain veneers, well the major issue and one most people will consider before scheduling the procedure with their cosmetic dentist is, money. Porcelain Veneers are not cheap, but they have once been likened to driving up to a business meeting or a date in a brand new corvette.

Below is a list of a few other pros and cons to consider when deciding on whether or not porcelain veneers or lumineers are right for you.

Expert Advice: Porcelain veneers aren't for everyone. Make sure you choose a cosmetic dentist that understands the different dental materials and uses the one the will give you the smile you want while reducing the minimum amount of your tooth structure. A good cosmetic dentist knows when to use bonding, porcelain veneers and crowns and still get the million dollar smile. Your tooth structure is precious and an excellent cosmetic dentist will know when to use minimum or no reduction of your tooth. Experience and training are vital when choosing porcelain veneer treatment.


PROs of Porcelain Veneers and lumineers

  • Porcelain Veneers and Lumineers give you a natural appearance. One of the best features and pros of porcelain veneers is their realistic appearance. Porcelain veneers are made of a ceramic that has many of the same life-like properties of natural enamel. When well crafted, can blend effortlessly into your natural smile.

  • Porcelain Veneers and Lumineers are Stain-Resistant.

  • Porcelain veneers and Lumineers are durable. They are relatively long lasting depending on personal maintenance and upkeep. They can last up to 15-20 years, which is much longer than composite veneer.

  • Porcelain Veneers and Lumineers can be used to whiten teeth. Many times they are used in cases where dark colored teeth have not responded to traditional teeth whitening. In this case, they can be placed to color up tooth discoloration and leave you with a younger, healthier looking smile

  • Porcelain Veneers and Lumineers require minimum amount of tooth preparation. Compared to porcelain veneer alternative treatments, they usually do not require extensive amounts of natural tooth structure to be removed. This makes them more conservative to your tooth structure over your lifetime.

  • Porcelain Veneers and Lumineers Improves Appearance & Restores Confidence. Porcelain veneers and Lumineers are a great way to improve your appearance and restore ones self confidence. Dental flaws such as crooked teeth, tooth discoloration, and small gaps, can be easily corrected with very little trouble by placing porcelain veneers.

CONs of Porcelain Veneers and lumineers

  • Porcelain Veneers and Lumineers are still artificial teeth. Although porcelain veneers look realistic, porcelain veneers are still artificial teeth, which may deter patients seeking a more natural approach to their dental treatment.

  • Porcelain Veneers and Lumineers are expensive. The decision to get porcelain veneers and lumineers hould be viewed as an investment in you and your future.

  • Porcelain Veneers and Lumineers can be fragile. Porcelain veneers are designed to be strong and durable, but when presented with excessive impact or force like grinding of your teeth or chewing hard foods, porcelain veneers and Lumineers can chip or break.

  • Porcelain veneers and Lumineers are permanent. Remember that when your cosmetic dentist places your porcelain veneers and Lumineers with permanent cement, those porcelain veneers are there to stay. Make sure you are 100% happy with the temporaries or Prototype smile or veneers, and have had sufficient time to test out the temporary veneers. Make sure you see the permanents in your mouth before permanent bonding to make sure you are happy with the shade, shape and length before you give the go ahead to cement the porcelain veneers for good.

  • Finally, porcelain veneers and Lumineers are not for everyone, and you may not be a candidate for veneers depending on your oral health or existing tooth structure. An experienced cosmetic dentist should be able to address each individual tooth and come up with a treatment plan that is right for you.

On the whole, however, most people will find that the pros of porcelain veneers and Lumineers far outweigh the cons of porcelain veneers when seeking a cosmetic dental treatment. Veneers are a natural looking restoration, whether you are seeking an instant orthodontic procedure, or something to correct tooth discoloration, crooked teeth, or gaps.

Are Lumineers the Best choice for Dental Veneers?

Lumineers are a conservative approach to whitening, straightening, or simply enhancing the aesthetics of teeth. If you stress and worry about dental visits and the pain you typically experience, lumineers are your best road to a new and affordable smile makeover.

The biggest selling point is that no sensitive enamel is scraped off your teeth and no drilling is required, providing you with a painless smile makeover. If you suffer dental anxiety and hate needles, lumineers are the best options for you to have a new smile.

Since lumineers require less work by your cosmetic dentist and are made of less material, they generally cost less than other porcelain veneers. They are affordable options of having a new smile.

Great for patient who wanted to have a"the hollywood White' smile ie with teeth looking bright and white in all areas of the teeth, pearly or snowy white smile.

Remember changing your smile is a personal decision that can have many positive effects on your life. With any procedure you should take your time and weigh the pros and cons. There's no question that Lumineers can help you get a better looking smile, and in order to do so you must have them done by an experienced cosmetic dentist.

It's vital that you consult with an experience cosmetic dentist who will be honest in his or her assessment of your oral health, gives you many options and see if lumineers are appropriate for you. Still, you need to compare the pros and cons of each before making the right decision for your budget, schedule, health and appearance.
To make sure you choose the type of veneer best suited to your individual needs, we would be happy to advise you to the best path for your smile makeover.

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