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Dental Veneers Prices: What You Need to Know

Posted by Dr. Mark Mann

Oct 17, 2014 2:00:00 PM

7748531_sWhat will be dental veneers prices and what does the treatment involve? This is a common question among people who are looking to improve their smiles. Dental veneers can be made from porcelain or composite material and are the perfect solution for tooth enamel erosion, uneven teeth, chipped and cracked teeth and abnormal spacing between the teeth. Usually, most people think twice about dental veneers, as they consider them an expensive cosmetic dental treatment. Nonetheless, those who opt for them often are extremely satisfied with the results and feel the benefits outweigh the costs.

Types of Dental Veneers

You can get composite resin veneers or porcelain veneers. The latter is more expensive, with a single porcelain veneer costing anywhere from $900 to $2,500. However, a single porcelain veneer can last about 10 to 15 years. On the other hand, composite dental veneer lasts for about 5 to 7 years and the cost will be $250 to $1,500 per veneer.

Factors Affecting Dental Veneers Prices

The cost of getting dental veneers varies from person to person. However, you can take the ballpark figures mentioned afore. Besides the number of dental veneers your teeth require, there are other factors that influence the cost you are going to incur. Some of the factors are as follows:

  • Type of Dental Veneers: The cost will be affected by the type of dental veneer you opt for. Even in porcelain and composite veneers there are different types. The newer materials are more expensive, as they are made to look realistic and last longer.
  • Placement Procedure: The procedure that your dentist uses to place the veneers on your tooth surface also has an impact on the cost. Veneers that need to be prepped for your teeth will be less expensive than veneers that do not require prepping.
  • Your Location: As strange as it may sound, your geographical location will have an impact on the cost of the veneers. If you live in a heavily populated city, you will shell out more for dental veneers compared to a less populated one.
  • The Dentist’s Qualifications and Experience: This perhaps has the most impact on the cost of dental veneers. A highly qualified and experienced cosmetic dentist will often charge you more for fixing dental veneers compared to a less experienced dentist.

While you may feel dental veneer prices are high, you can still speak to your dentist about payment plans. In fact, many dentists offer affordable payment plans for their patients and this will take away the pressure of paying for the veneers.

As dental veneers are viewed as cosmetic dental treatment, your insurance provider most probably will not offer coverage for them. However, if you can prove with your dentist’s assistance that the procedure is required, your dental health insurance provider may offer part coverage.

Dental Veneers are Dental Investment

Do not let the price of dental veneers put you off. Once you get the veneers, you will be extremely pleased with the enhancement and the appearance of your smile. As dental veneers have several applications, by choosing a single dental treatment, you can enjoy the many benefits of several treatments in a single one. When you opt for veneers, you can enjoy the benefits of dental crowns, orthodontic treatment and teeth whitening in a single go.

Furthermore, dental veneers can enhance your smile without making your teeth look fake. Once you have veneers placed, you will be able to smile confidently and this will do your self-esteem and self-image a whole lot of good.

The Verdict

Dental veneers are an investment in your smile and long-term dental health. Do not let dental veneers prices frighten you. Speak to your dentist about in-house financing options and let these veneers improve your smile, dental health and quality of life.


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