By Kampala Sun writer
Dazzling white, perfectly even teeth are no longer the prerogative of film stars. If you feel you have the money, why not blow a fortune on a perfect set of teeth?
The latest news we are hearing is that philanthropist Jack Pemba of Pemba Sports Africa spent $5,000 (sh18m) on a dental procedure that easily makes him among top five people with perfect sparkling teeth in Uganda. He underwent the procedure in a Dubai clinic.
Pemba underwent the lumineer procedure at Al Ibtesama Al Jathaba Dental Clinic in Dubai. The businessman says he did the procedure just to have a perfect smile for the Abryanz Style and Fashion Awards slated for December 8 at the Kampala Serena Hotel.
Pemba who bankrolled the awards with Shs100m will have two of his significant others show case at the ASFAs. During the Abryanz press conference held a fortnight ago, Pemba revealed that he wouldn’t shy from spending a fortune on himself, and revealed he spent $4000 (Sh14.5m) on his look that evening.
According to information obtained online, Lumineers cost anywhere between $2,000 (sh7m) and $7,500 (sh27m). The lumineers are unique ultra-thin (approximately 0.2 mm) and highly translucent, molds that replicate the natural appearance of enamel.
The Lumineers procedure is a completely pain-free way to reshape and permanently whiten one’s teeth. Once the procedure is completed, there is no post placement discomfort or sensitivity, which means Lumineers will look natural and feel comfortable from the moment they are placed.
On the first visit, your dentist will create a precise mold. Then you and your dentist will determine the shade of white that is right for you. After your first visit, your dentist will send the mold off to a lab for your custom Lumineers to be created. When your dentist receives your custom Lumineers, they are checked for fit and shade. Then during your second visit, your Lumineers are painlessly applied without shots or drilling of sensitive tooth structure. And you’re ready to start smiling. They can last upto 20 years before another procedure is performed.
By Kampala Sun writer