Types of Porcelain Veneer Miami - Smiling woman at Miami Modern Dental
Porcelain veneers are gaining popularity when it comes to repairing imperfections or disguising problem teeth. These restorations are made to bond over the front of the natural tooth to cover breakage, staining, misalignment, and even unusually shaped teeth. Drs. Marlon Pasquier, Sr. and Marlon Pasquier, Jr., a father/son team at Miami Modern Dental, provide two different types of veneers for their patients including traditional veneers and Lumineers.

Both traditional veneers and Lumineers function in the same way, but Lumineers are often thinner and do not require preparation in the same way conventional porcelain veneers do. Patients must have a thin portion of enamel removed for the placement of traditional porcelain veneers, while Lumineers require little to no preparation. In many cases, Lumineers can be reversed, so they are a wonderful option for patients who may not want to have permanent removal of their natural tooth enamel for the placement of conventional veneers.

Drs. Marlon Pasquier, Sr. and Marlon Pasquier, Jr. of Miami Modern Dental provide both veneers to fit the situation of many patients. If you are interested in learning about these two types of veneers and which one is most appropriate for your smile, contact their office today to schedule a consultation appointment and examination with our dedicated professional staff.


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