In my experience, they will not be covered initially by an insurance company unless you can show decay, fracture or any real harm to the tooth that would warrent a restoration. Many times, porcelain veneers are placed for solely cosmetic reasons and most likely would not yield a re-imbursment from an insurance company. Sometimes, if a lumineer fractures or breaks that is over 5 years old, insurance companies may pay. It an individual basis and is between your insurance company and you. Dentists can only just submit on your behalf and can never guarantee any re-imbursement. Good Luck. Dr. David Frey
Are Lumineers Covered by Dental Insurance?
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