Get the Smile You Always Dreamed of with LUMINEERS®!

Lumineers

LUMINEERS® Porcelain Veneers painlessly create permanent smiles without dreaded injections or painful teeth removal. These new LUMINEERS® veneers do not even require the tooth grinding of applying traditional veneers!

Whether your teeth are stained, unevenly spaced or crooked, LUMINEERS® take away the trauma of invasive dental procedures to bring you a dramatically more-beautiful smile. It doesn’t matter if you have crowns or bridgework, LUMINEERS® will work for you!

They are a wonderful solution for permanently stained, chipped, discolored or misaligned teeth. They can even be used to revitalize old crown and bridgework.

After your initial consultation for LUMINEERS®, our qualified dentists will take an impression of your upper and lower teeth, and send the mold to an authorized LUMINEERS® laboratory.

A wide, beautiful smile can be created with Lumineers.

On your next visit, generally a couple weeks later, we will place your LUMINEERS®. Arizona Advanced Dental’s own Dr. Clifford applies these contact lens-thin ‘smile shapers’ to teeth without any grinding or shaving of the tooth, offering a relatively painless procedure.

Before the LUMINEERS® are bonded in place, it is important to try them on to ensure a good fit. Teeth are then moderately etched to prepare for placement and then bonded one by one. Your dentist will then check your bite to make sure your contacts are balanced to avoid chipping your LUMINEERS® through the course of daily function.

LUMINEERS® can transform misshapen, worn teeth into a naturally beautiful smile that looks perfect for every individual. So what are you waiting for? Schedule an appointment today on 480-504-6758 and take advantage of our new patient special, which includes a comprehensive examination, any necessary x-rays, an oral cancer screening with Identafi, and dental cleaning (in the absence of periodontal disease), all for only $99.

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