Veneers are one of the most demanded dental treatments available. They have now become a routine procedure within the subfield of aesthetic dentistry. Due to their popularity, there are plenty of veneers price guidelines and cost comparisons online. Sorting through this immense amount of information can be overwhelming, to say the least. It can be hard to determine whether you’re getting a fair price for the quality that you’re looking for. To help you out, we at Quomedical have researched and sorted through all the data and put together a small cost guideline on veneers.
Veneers are thin shells that are individually-crafted and bonded to the front surface of the teeth. They involve the creation of a mould using composite resin or ceramic materials, which is then bonded to teeth via a specially formulated dental cement.
Veneers are a solution if you have damaged the appearance of your teeth (i.e, chipped, misaligned or cracked) or if you suffer from discoloration.
For a more detailed information on how a routine veneer procedure works, read our treatment page!
The table below shows the average costs in EUR for porcelain veneers at an accredited medical facility in each of the following countries.
The cheapest option for veneers is in Turkey with an average cost of EUR 210
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What influences the final cost of veneers? A specialized and experienced dentist, the materials used and the number of veneers are some of the top factors affecting the price. Expand each title to get more information.
It is vital to choose a clinic or hospital, where the dentists are highly experienced in and have an excellent reputation for performing the procedure you are interested in. Your dentist should always talk you through the treatment plan, and how the procedure works. Along with this they should make you aware of possible complications and side effects that could arise from the treatment, and be available for you to contact if you have any questions or concerns once you have arrived back home.
The type of material used to make the crowns of dental implants can drastically affect the overall cost of your treatment.Resin composite crowns are the most affordable option but they have a less natural appearance and are much less durable so they will have to be replaced sooner than other materials. We recommend that you discuss cheaper options with your dentist or oral surgeon if you don’t want to spend more money on porcelain or ceramic, and you’re happy to replace the crown sooner. Porcelain and ceramic crowns are highly durable (lasting between 7 and 15 years, in some cases up to 20 years), and incredibly natural looking so you may want to consider having these fitted on visible teeth even if you want to save money on other teeth.
The type of material used to make your veneers can drastically affect the overall cost of your treatment. Veneers are of two types, composite resin or porcelain.
The type of veneers you use will ultimately depend on the consultation you have with your dentist, keeping in mind your budget and other requirements that are unique to your particular case.
The cost of the procedure will be influenced by the number of teeth which need to be treated. Getting as many teeth as possible treated at once can keep costs to a minimum. During the initial consultation your dentist will assess the health of your teeth and plan the best course of action. It’s crucial that you make sure you ask for the price of the whole procedure and any additional costs at this stage. The cost must include the materials, anesthesia, clinic and professional fees and any scans and X-rays. Make the dentist aware of any problems you’ve had with your teeth or gums in the past, ask to see previous work they’ve carried out, and ask if the work is guaranteed and if so, for how long. It’s also good to ask if you’ll get a discount on replacements after the guarantee runs out. Make sure that you get the quote, guarantee, and offer of any future discounts in writing.
You will require diagnostic imaging such as an X-ray before undergoing the procedure. An initial quote may be made based solely on photos of your teeth, but once you’re at the dentists taking an X-ray is fairly standard procedure.
Veneers only require local anaesthesia. However, if patients are too nervous to undergo the procedure awake, a sedative may be recommended to ease anxiety. This should always be discussed with the dentist on an individual case basis since this may add to the price, or come with additional risks.
A specific non-abrasive toothpaste, mouthwash and in certain cases a mouthguard may be added to the overall treatment costs.
After learning about the different factors that affect the cost of veneers we are giving a few suggestions on how to save money when choosing to travel abroad to get this procedure done.
You can save a lot of money by reducing your flight expenses. To get a good deal avoid travelling during peak season or weekends. Make good use of flight comparison sites like Google Flights and Skyscanner. Via these sites you can compare flight prices and view the cheapest times to fly. If international flights are expensive from your nearest airport consider taking a train or flying with a budget airline to a larger airport with better connections and cheaper flights.
Many high-quality dental hospitals provide package deals for international patients which include accommodation, transfers to and from the airport and hospital in addition to the price of the treatment. Qunomedical has negotiated deals on your behalf, so you can get quality deals and have a comfortable medical journey.
It is absolutely crucial that you don’t just go for the cheapest price and that you make sure that the hospitals and doctors you are considering are either internationally accredited or have the highest national accreditations to ensure that you’re getting treatment that is either as good as or better than in your homeland. If you try to save money by going to a lower-quality dental professional, or even using cheap materials you can jeopardize your results and would have to spend more money on having another dentist repair the damage or have a second procedure. It’s important that you select an experienced dentist that you trust will do a good job.
At Qunomedical, your health and happiness are our top priorities, and we intend to prove that to you. If you’d like to find out more about getting veneers feel free to contact us for a complimentary consultation, where we’ll determine your goals and eligibility for the procedure. We’ll ask you for some photos of your teeth and mouth, as well as a panoramic X-ray, so that our medical experts can get an overview of your conditions. We’ll do the legwork to get you the best price possible at one of the world’s leading dental facilities and our services are completely free of charge.
Qunomedical is an independent company that knows the market inside-out, and we offer you complete transparency because unlike other medical tourism platforms, we work for you, not the hospitals. We only show you the hospitals that we’ve carefully hand-selected based on strict quality criteria, so that you don’t have to browse through massive amounts of information in order to find the best hospital for your treatment. Regardless of what hospital or treatment you choose, we’re with you throughout every step of your journey: during the booking process, during the clinic visit, and during your recuperation period.
We work closely with a number of dental clinics around the world, all of which are highly experienced in dealing with international patients, and which offer high-quality dental treatments at affordable prices. These are some of our most popular clinics.
The information in this guide is for educational purposes only and does not replace medical advice. Always consult your doctor before starting any treatments.
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