Lumineers or porcelain veneers?

by Dr. Fred Peck, DDS 3. August 2014 21:21
What are the differences between a porcelain veneer and a Lumineer? A Lumineer is a brand name for a prepless veneer, where no tooth structure or minimal amounts are removed. There are many types of porcelains on the market, but the company took the process and applied a "brand" name to it. The... [More]

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