We’ve warned patients time and time again to avoid going abroad for their treatments.
We have had to reverse and correct many incorrectly performed procedures for patients trusting unregulated dentists abroad, which cost our patients so much more money than they would have originally spent coming to our practice.
We’re considered one of the best cosmetic dental practices for a reason!
You do not need to go abroad for cheap veneers and affordable cosmetic dentistry; believe it or not, there are multiple affordable options so much closer to home than you might think.
In truth, you will need to come into the practice for a free consultation.
This is just not to get you here and sell you stuff and not to conceal the price, either!
We have nothing to hide. Our porcelain veneers cost from £1,200 per tooth.
To do our job correctly and provide an accurate quote, we must look inside your mouth.
Because there are so many types of veneers and materials, discussing the best for you will not be easy over the phone.
So, visit our practice in London or Hertfordshire and see what works best for you!
Veneers from less than £200!
We understand that many of our patients want access to the most cost-effective cosmetic procedures, and believe it or not, there are actually a lot of effective treatments that work for many different household budgets.
Composite resin is one of the cheapest types of veneer materials; we call these immediate veneers or composite veneers. But what are they like?
- Composite veneers are not permanent and can last five to seven years.
- The resin is sculpted directly into the tooth and does not damage or alter the underlying tooth.
- They are often recommended for patients with small minor oral imperfections.
Composite veneers cost £700 per tooth and are mostly used to touch up a few front teeth that may appear cracked, chipped or broken.
Your 0% finance options:
12 monthly payments of £87.50; total amount payable £1,050.
Types of veneers from cheap to expensive
Believe it or not, veneer costs are often less than many patients expect.
Be wary of being recommended crowns instead of veneers! Read Dangerous and wrong: What your dentist doesn’t tell you about veneers.
- Durathin (0.3mm): The thinnest
- Ultrathin (0.4mm): No tooth preparation is required
- Lumineers (0.3mm): Bonded just to the front of teeth
- Porcelain veneers are the most expensive type of veneer because their quality is incomparable to any other veneer type.
- Extremely strong and long-lasting, your porcelain veneers can last with the right care and attention.
- Resistant to staining and incredibly thin, porcelain can create the whitest, most natural-looking smiles.
There are two types of composite veneers:
These two distinctions do not differ in material but in the application process. Direct composite veneers are applied directly to the teeth with minimally invasive tooth preparation.
Indirect, however, will go through the same preparation, but the veneers will be custom-made outside of the mouth (in a dental lab).
Once these veneers are ready, they will be applied to your teeth with adhesive.
This type of composite veneer is stronger and can withstand more abrasions. However, they cost slightly more.
Your guide to veneers:
- Do veneers last forever?
- Are veneers painful?
- Do veneers stain with coffee?
- Do veneers come off?
- How are veneers bonded to teeth?
- What is the amount of tooth preparation?
Ways to pay for veneers
- Dental insurance
- 0% Finance
- Only in very rare circumstances can cosmetic dental procedures be available via the NHS
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- How long do veneers last on your teeth?