CROWNS & VENEER Costs, Procedures, Find The Best Dental Tourism Dentists By Certified Doctors & Dentists Internationale' Association


Photo above: When the dental work is done properly - one cannot tell if you have crowns, veneers or those beautiful teeth are your natural teeth. Only you and your dentist know





 Photo above : #1 - broken tooth   #2 - same tooth rebuilt ready for crown   #3 - same tooth covered with crown



CROWNS & VENEERS
are 50-75% less expensive in dental tourism countries with Board Certified Dentists using the same materials ordered from the same international dental supply catalogs as your dentist back home.



Photo: Typical wafer thin porcelain veneer. 



The big difference between crowns and veneers is how much of the tooth they cover. 

The cost is approximately the same for both crowns and veneers. 


  • Crowns typically encase the entire tooth. 
  • Veneers only cover over a tooth's front surface, often slightly wrapping the sides. 
  • The veneer is a thinner less durable but slightly more economical solution. 
  • Crowns are thicker, stronger and last many years longer than veneers.
  • Dental crown placement requires more tooth reduction.
  • Less tooth grinding and reduction of the natural tooth is required during preparation of veneers vs. crowns. 
  • With some veneering techniques no tooth reduction is needed at all. 
  • Common materials for veneers are traditional 100% porcelain and a newer synthetic product called Lumineer.


The type of veneer you select, procedure difficulty, location, shape and size can all have an effect on the cost of your veneers. 

Ex. An oddly shaped incisor that protrudes a distance from your other teeth be more expensive.


Lumineers are a synthetic plastic veneer which won't last as long as traditional porcelain veneers which are more like your natural teeth and won't stain, chip or crack as much as the synthetics. Lumineers are often offered in addition to traditional porcelain veneers. There is less tooth reduction required in preparation for Lumineers than porcelain veneers. 

The cost of veneers will range from $395 to $650 for porcelain units in developing nations vs. as much as $2,500 per unit in the West.


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