When you think about what makes a smile look beautiful, you may think about how white the teeth are, or how straight the smile looks. These are undoubtedly important cosmetic considerations, but there is another cosmetic issue that you should keep mind when you set out to perfect your smile. The actual size of your teeth can make a big difference in how your smile ends up looking overall. If some of your teeth appear out of proportion, it can throw off the whole balance of your smile. What can you do?
Our O’Fallon LUMINEERS dentists often recommend LUMINEERS for patients with poorly proportioned or sized teeth. LUMINEERS are a great treatment option because they are fast, effective, and minimally invasive. Here are some ways that our dentists use LUMINEERS to make our patients’ smiles appear better balanced…
1. Make short teeth appear longer
If you have any teeth that look too short—perhaps they don’t extend far enough to reach your top or bottom teeth—LUMINEERS can make your teeth look longer.
2. Widen the appearance of narrow teeth
Skinny or narrow teeth can be made to look wider with LUMINEERS that are crafted to be slightly wider than your natural dental edges.
3. Refine the appearance of irregular dental edges
If you have teeth with uneven or ragged dental edges, LUMINEERS can make them look even and smooth.
LUMINEERS look so natural, that once they are applied to your teeth, you will not be able to see your natural dental edges. Your post-LUMINEERS smile will simply look balanced, and perfected.
Our O’Fallon LUMINEERS dentist office is here to answer all of your questions about LUMINEERS treatment. You can call our office to schedule your consultation with our dentist. During your consultation we will be able to give you a more detailed idea of how LUMINEERS can benefit you!
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