Lumineers Dental

Transform your smile
with Dental Lumineers®!

If you’re unhappy with the shape, appearance, size or color of your front teeth — it’s time to make over your smile with Lumineers! Lumineers are a simple, durable and affordable option for not only changing the way you look, but improving how you feel!

Ask us about Lumineers today!

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What you should know
about Lumineers in Houston, TX.

What are Lumineers?

Lumineers are a special kind of porcelain veneer that offer a painless way to a permanently whiter and perfectly-aligned smile. These "smile shapers" are as thin as contact lenses and can be applied to your teeth without any grinding or shaving beforehand. They create a beautiful and natural-looking smile. Lumineers can even be placed over existing crowns or bridgework without having to replace them.

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What problems do Dental Lumineers fix?

Lumineers serve many purposes and are a popular option when making over a smile. Lumineers are most commonly used to fix:

  • • Stains and discoloration
  • • Small chips and cracks
  • • Gaps
  • • Damage and wear
  • • Misalignment
  • • Crookedness
  • • Other tooth irregularities


Yes! Dental Lumineers in Houston, TX are an ideal choice for improving the appearance of the front teeth because they are customized to match the color and shape of the existing teeth and therefore look natural. Veneers also provide strength and stability similar to that of a natural tooth.

Lumineers in Houston, TX is an ideal choice.

How much do Lumineers in Houston, TX cost?
The cost of Lumineers varies according to the complexity of the case, material chosen, and expertise of the dentist performing the procedure. Insurance policies generally consider Lumineers a cosmetic procedure and therefore may not pay for treatment. If this is the case with your insurance or if you don’t have insurance, talk to our office about payment options to make your care more affordable.

The treatment process for each Lumineer is fairly simple. Once your smile is assessed, an impression or mold will be taken of your teeth.

The impression will then be sent to a dental laboratory. Unlike traditional veneers, you do not need a temporary placed while you wait. Two to four weeks later, you will return for a second appointment to have your Lumineer placed.

After the Lumineer is bonded into place, the tooth will then be cleaned and polished to remove any excess bonding material. This completes the Lumineer process and leaves you with a beautiful, stunning new smile.

Lumineers should be cared for just like your other teeth — with daily brushing and flossing — and when properly maintained they can last anywhere from 5 to 20 years.

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Benefits of Lumineers from Dentistry of the Oaks

What are the benefits of Lumineers?

Lumineers offer a conservative and long-lasting solution to restore damaged or imperfect teeth and are a popular choice among our patients because of the following benefits:

  • Improve appearance
  • Increase self-confidence
  • Hide undesirable imperfections
  • Are durable and long-lasting
  • Are stain-resistant
  • Look natural
  • Are easy to maintain
  • Require less tooth removal than a crown
  • Can save on future treatment costs

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Who can get Lumineers?

Almost anyone can get a Lumineer! However, we may not recommend treatment for patients who are at high risk for tooth damage. This can include people who have gum disease or clench and grind their teeth. If we find that you are not a candidate for Lumineers, don’t worry! We will be able to assess your oral health and determine the right treatments for your smile.