Cuspid-and anterior-guided occlusion achieved with Cerinate Porcelain withstands test of time.
— Ibsen, R.L.

This article reviews a case of Cerinate Porcelain LUMINEERS placed 14 years ago on a patient with significant wear of his enamel, showing exposed dentin and cupping in the incisally-eroded areas. Minimal reduction of tooth structure was performed only to create clearance between the mandibular and maxillary teeth. 

The placement of Cerinate LUMINEERS created anterior disclusion to compliment cuspid-guided disclusion. Fourteen years later, the Cerinate Porcelain LUMINEERS have performed well. Wear of the natural tooth structure has been stopped and the teeth were ultimately strengthened.