How much do Veneers Cost

How much do Veneers Cost?

There are several factors that affect the veneers cost:

Your Dentist – There’s not a uniform charge for veneers, so things like the experience and reputation of your dentist play a major role in the final venners cost

Specialty – while it is true that most dentists can perform the procedure, some dentists who specialise in cosmetic procedures. If you opt for a cosmetic dentist, you can expect to pay premium prices

Preparatory Work – While some people can have the treatment straight away, many will need some initial work to prepare the mouth for the veneer. The extent of work required will determine how much additional cost is involved, so this will vary from patient to patient


The Laboratory – the skill and experience of the laboratory or ceramist that is fabricating the veneers will play a big role in the final price. Veneers from a highly-skilled laboratory or ceramist will mean a higher cost.

Location – where you get your veneers will affect the price, as larger metropolitan areas will usually mean higher prices when compared to smaller towns

Why Would I Want To Have Veneers?

If your not 100% happy with the way your teeth look, then dental veneers could be an ideal treatment for you. Veneers falls under the cosmetic dentistry umbrella.

This treatment is very much geared to improving the way your teeth and smile look, really giving you the sparkle you are after. We offer composite and porcelain veneers.

Composite veneers are a specific type of dental work that does not hurt and takes less than a day to apply. 

Composite Veneers Vs Porcelain Veneres

However, we would advise against getting composite veneers if you are a heavy smoker, as this can prematurely stain the composite and result in a patchy appearance on the teeth. It may also be ill-advised to get composites if you have a habit of nail biting. The habit can be quite hard to break and will increase the risk of your veneers chipping or cracking.

Porcelain veneers are great for those that would like a more permanent solution, as they last longer and are generally more durable and stain-resistant. Porcelain can also look more natural than composite. They are also easier than to Maintain Composite Veneers. As porcelain is usually easier on the gumline, we would recommend older patients to opt for this treatment.

On the other hand, porcelain veneers are not a good option for you if you aren’t sure you want to fully commit to them. As we mentioned, they cannot be removed and so they are more of a life-long investment. The initial investment is also a downside of the treatment, as having several teeth done could set you back thousands of pounds.

We make them so it is easy for you to maintain porcelain veneers. 

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