Can You Get Lumineers if You Have Missing Teeth?

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Lumineers and missing teeth

A missing front tooth would need to be replaced with an implant/crown or a fixed bridge. Lumineers or another brand of Veneers could be placed on adjacent teeth to make the smile complete and natural.

Memphis Dentist
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Lumineers porcelain Veneers and Missing Teeth

Lumineers or any other porcelain veneers are not a substitute for the missing teeth. Lumineers are the thin porcelain coverage for the front and premolar teeth, which is bonded to the teeth with a bonding agent. Denmat holding the manufacturer of the lumineers offer the maryland  bridge which is the substitute of missing teeth at the back molars.

Bruce Vafa, DDS
Beverly Hills Dentist
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