Realise Your Dream Hollywood Smile with ultra-thin Lumineers in Dubai
LUMINEERS is a cosmetic dental treatment that can bring out a person’s beautiful, healthy smile – in just two visits. Here at Dr. Ehab Dental Clinic, we offer Lumineers as part of our Hollywood Smile procedure. If you want to have a stunning smile worthy of the red carpet, consult with our dentists so we can help you know more about this treatment.
The latest in smile technology – Lumineers veneers
Lumineers are ultra-thin veneers that can reproduce the natural translucence of one’s original teeth. Because they are significantly thinner – about 0.2 millimetre – bonding them to an existing tooth does not require much preparation, or reduction of the tooth’s enamel (outer surface).
How we can help you have the smile you’ve always dreamed of
In Dubai, having a Hollywood smile is made easy with the help of Dr. Ehab’s Dental Clinic. Our team of cosmetic dentists have the experience and skills to perform this treatment for individuals who wish to have even, white teeth.
Individuals interested in this procedure are welcome to our clinic for an initial consultation. We will thoroughly examine your teeth to determine if this procedure is best for you. We always make it a point to educate our patients on procedures like this, as it is an irreversible process.
Once our dentists confirm your eligibility for the procedure, we will proceed with creating a tailored treatment plan for you. We will take pictures of your teeth, dental impressions, and digital X-rays, which will be the blueprint of your Lumineer veneers.
On your second visit, we will make the preparations for the procedure. This includes removing a small portion of the enamel to accommodate the veneers. The last step is bonding these to your existing teeth. However, before permanently fixing them on your teeth, the dentist will first examine if they need to be adjusted or reshaped. If no changes are necessary, the dentist will use a special permanent glue to bond the corrective veneers. The total length of the procedure typically lasts between 2 to 4 hours. For patients who have more severe dental problems, the process may be longer.