Veneers are an excellent choice for those who want to spruce up their smile.
Unlike dental implants, veneers sit on top of the original tooth and are designed to give you the brighter, whiter smile you’ve always wanted.
While veneers are more expensive than other forms of dental treatments, such as teeth whitening, the results are longer lasting.
Veneers are recommended by our cosmetic dentists as a worthwhile and long-lasting investment into your smile.
- Composite veneers are less expensive than porcelain
- Composites last 5-10 years, porcelain 10-25 years.
- 0% finance is available
- No pain, non-invasive, no drilling or grinding
How much do veneers cost?
The cost of veneers varies from one dentist to another, and often, the price depends on the type of clinic you visit.
We are really proud of our fee structure. At Dentistry Scotland, we have worked hard to find the right balance between offering our patients a competitive price, while also providing the very best in dentistry service.
After all, there is no point IN spending hundreds of pounds on a new set of veneers only for the work to be poorly done.
In the UK, on average, traditional (composite) veneers can vary from £300-£600 for a single tooth.
They are considerably cheaper than porcelain veneers and can last for around five to eight years if looked after properly.
Composite veneers are also known as same-day veneers, as the process is fairly straightforward and does not require any alterations to be made to the original tooth.
Porcelain veneers are made to fit over the surface of the tooth and considered to be a more permanent option, as the original tooth may require some work in order for the veneers to be fitted. Porcelain provides a high-quality finish to veneers.
However, they also last for up to 20 years if cared for properly and are considered to look more natural than other types of veneers.
Porcelain veneers are more expensive than composite veneers and can cost from £999 to £1,200 per tooth, depending on the practice.
As with most things in life, buying multiple veneers often reduces the cost.
For example, if you were to get an entire row of teeth, you will find that the cost of veneers goes down.
There are a range of different overall costs because you might need a combination of veneers and crowns
Getting a consultation is important
The reasons patients would benefit from a free consultation are not anything to do with costs initially.
It is about getting the right information and then making an informed choice.
Only an experienced and knowledgeable dentist can do the proper diagnostics to decide the right course of treatment and answer all of your questions.
Our dentists have fitted over 21,000 beautifully white veneers fitted since 1994
A consultation is to do with discovering more about your teeth and gums and your reasons for choosing veneers. It is also about your expectations and if veneers will result in the look you are after.
Even if you do not go ahead with our treatments, the knowledge about processes and costs could be very valuable.
In your comprehensive assessment, a discussion is had on which type of veneers is right for the patient of even if veneers are the correct choice of treatment.
All of our dentists are highly professional and would only suggest treatments that are correct for your smile.
We understand that no two patients are the same. As with all of our services, we aim to provide a responsible, completely bespoke, tailored experience that results in great smiles and happy patients.
To arrange an initial free consultation, contact us today to book an appointment. Our dentists are available on short notice, are very knowledgable and above all friendly.
Bright white, natural tooth colour, these are all reasons to discuss veneers with one of our dentists. As you can see there is a range of options and choices available. We want our patients to have a result like the below.
Lumineer veneers are designed to improve the appearance of your smile and are purely cosmetic.
Unlike traditional veneers, Lumineers® are very thin (around 0.2mm) and they have a translucent effect, replicating the appearance of natural tooth enamel. See Stories | What People Experience | Lumineers