Lumineers VS Veneers : head-to-head comparison

Lumineers VS Veneers | Ever wondered what sorcery celebrities and Hollywood stars concoct to have glimmering white teeth perfect for every photo op?

Well, actually, there’s no Hogwarts-ish secret here, nor any magic involved. The answer lies in veneers, the smile saver that provides straight, pristine and flawless teeth to anyone who dreams of having picture-perfect smiles in every occasion.

Made of a thin and natural-looking material, these tiny, porcelain shells are bonded to the top of the teeth to provide a more attractive smile. Veneers can alleviate a bevy of problems  such as misshapen or chipped teeth, cracked teeth,  gaps , discoloration as well as stains.

Veneers are just miracle workers offering a solution so invisible yet the difference is prominently seen by everyone.

Today we’ll talk about a particular brand of veneers called Lumineers®.

These are no-drilling and no-shot no-shots/no-drilling products – a technique made  possible through placement of the ultra-thin shells often referred to by Dentists as the  No-Prep or No Tooth Preparation placement.  

Now we’ve got the basics down. Let’s go straight to the head-to-head.

Lumineers vs Veneers






not as invasive as traditional veneers

tooth is left unchanged

enamel is not damaged

much thinner than veneers

look and feel slightly bulkier when compared to veneers

quicker to apply


strong, durable, and easy to maintain

cover gaps between teeth

will not stain or change color with time

give you a whiter, brighter smile

hide a cracked or chipped tooth

formed from a thin layer of porcelain

improve the appearance of crooked, misaligned teeth

comfortable and have a natural appearance

custom-made to create a seamless smile



require some removal and reshaping of the original tooth (or teeth)

Enamel is removed, leaving the tooth unprotected until the veneer is applied

can be placed in about two visits.





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