1. What are dental veneers?
Dental veneers are one of the most popular cosmetic dentistry procedures people experience in order to keep their smile flawless. Veneers are thin and delicate shells made of composite or porcelain meant to cover chipped, cracked, discolored, decaying, misaligned, or thin teeth. If you have ever felt self-conscious about your smile, it’s time to learn more about dental veneers abroad.
The procedure is a non-invasive and simple dental solution for unaesthetic teeth often suggested by dentists.
Porcelain veneers make teeth look natural and healthy, and because they are very thin and held in place by strong dental cement, very little tooth preparation is necessary.
Many people don’t realize just how much our smiles matter. Did you know that one-in-three people you meet will notice your smile before they see anything else? If you have ever felt self-conscious about your smile, it’s time to learn more about dental veneers abroad.
2. Cost of dental veneers abroad
While a porcelain veneer price in UK is averaged to £700, quotes from dental clinics in Romania start from £180. You will not only achieve savings of about 60-70% over UK prices, but will also be able to pack in a vacation, if you wish to.
Porcelain veneers in the US generally cost from $300 to $2,000 per tooth. If this is a daunting cost, you can consider going to Romania for affordable dental work.
The final cost of a dental veneer is determined by brand materials used: porcelain – looks natural, stronger, last longer, resist staining number of veneers + where you choose to get the treatment.
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3. When are dental veneers most often indicated?
If your teeth are stained, chipped, crooked, or slightly broken, then you should consider coming through Mediwhere for your dental work abroad. Porcelain veneers are very effective when it comes to:
However, porcelain veneers are not a suitable correction for non-aesthetic problems or for teeth near the back of the mouth. In some situations, certain teeth or people are not good candidates for dental veneers abroad.
4. What are the advantages of porcelain veneers?
5. What are the disadvantages of porcelain veneers?
6. Dental veneer abroad time requirements
Although dental veneer procedures are fairly simple, they can be quite lengthy. The average time requirement is 1 week with 1-3 visits to the dental office, depending on the veneer type and laboratory.
Steps in fitting a dental veneer abroad:
7. Risks and implications of dental veneers abroad
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8. Reasons to choose dental treatment abroad with Mediwhere
9. Dental tourism facts and numbers
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The dental veneer procedure has performed outstandingly on millions of individuals by now. 95% of porcelain veneers remain in place and in their original condition even after 5 years, while 83% remain in good condition after 20 years. However, figures might be lower for composite veneers.
Did you know that…
- • dental veneers can be palatal too (on the back of your tooth)?
- • when the bonding succeeds, patients can resume normal life immediately?
- • it was in the late 1920s when veneers were first invented? They were used on movie sets to give actors the perfect smiles
- • dental veneer procedures in Western Europe are priced significantly higher than the ones in the Eastern and Southern Europe?
There can be some complications…
- • sensitivity due to enamel removal
- • unmatching veneer colour to the other teeth (colour can’t be changed after installation)
- • veneer detaching and falling
- • veneer cracking
- • potentially having to switch to toothpaste for sensitive teeth
- • mask tooth decay progress which leads to subsequent treatment
- • bite problems
- • nerve damaging (too much enamel shaving)
- • having to skip veneers and opt for dental crowns because of crooked, misaligned, or too decayed teeth
…but the benefits outstrip them:
- • get stain-resistant teeth
- • feel comfortable with your smile again
- • good looks
- • metal-free
- • maintain their colour over time
- • minimum invasive treatment
- • durable
- • scratch resistant
- • teams up perfectly with the natural tooth
- • restores self-confidence