Veneers are thin, custom-made shells that are bonded to the front of your teeth. They can be used to correct various cosmetic dental problems, including chips, cracks, discoloration, and unevenness. Veneers can also be used to close gaps between teeth and to improve the overall shape of your smile.
Our dental clinic has stood out for being the best option for Veneers in Mexico.
In recent years, porcelain veneers have become one of the most popular dental treatments due to the many benefits they offer, including:
- Repair minor tooth imperfections
- Cover only the visible portions of teeth
- Straighten and lengthen teeth
- Conceal stained or discolored fillings
- Stain-proof, natural in appearance, and highly resilient.
- Simple, minimally invasive, and custom-shaped
Cost of Veneers in Mexico:
The cost of veneers in Mexico varies depending on the number of teeth that need to be treated, the type of veneer material that is used, and the dentist that you choose. However, veneers are generally much more affordable in Mexico than in the United States. In fact, you can save up to 70% on the cost of veneers by having them done in Mexico.
At Sani Dental Group, Porcelain Veneers are starting at a price of $450.00 Usd. Check the cost for other procedures veneers cost in Mexico.
Procedure for Veneers in Mexico:
The procedure for veneers in Mexico is similar to the procedure in the United States. First, your dentist will take impressions of your teeth. These impressions will be sent to a dental lab, where the veneers will be custom-made.
Once the veneers are ready, your dentist will bond them to your teeth. The entire procedure usually takes one to two visits to the dentist.
Benefits of Veneers in Mexico:
There are several benefits to getting veneers in Mexico. First, veneers are a more affordable option than in the United States.
Second, the quality of dental care in Mexico is very high.
Third, you can save time and money by having your veneers done in Mexico.
Are veneers permanent?
Veneers are permanent; if they get any damage such as chipping or breaking, they must be replaced.
Dental veneers vs lumineers?
Many people have some confusion about the characteristics of dental procedures veneers vs. lumineers.
Lumineers, also categorized as no-prep veneers, require less preparation and are less invasive; there is little or no removal of tooth structure.
They are a good option for minor cosmetic adjustments but not recommended for those patients looking for a smile makeover.
We recommend the following valuable information to understand the difference between dental veneers and lumineers.
If you are considering getting veneers in Mexico, Sani Dental Group is your best option. Veneers are a more affordable option in our clinic, and the quality of dental care is very high.
You can save time and money by having your veneers done in Mexico in any of our different locations: Los Algodones Mexico, Playa del Carmen, and Cancun Mexico.
If you are interested in learning more about veneers in Mexico, please contact us today. We would be happy to answer any questions that you have and to help you schedule a consultation with one of our dentists.
1. Can I get veneers if I have tooth decay?
No, veneers can be used only for minor teeth imperfections such as chipped teeth. This treatment should not be used to treat tooth decay, cavities, gum disease, or root canal infections.
2. Can I get a teeth whitening with veneers?
Veneers do not respond well to teeth whitening. If you whiten your teeth, they will not match with the veneers.
3. Are veneers going to ruin my teeth?
No, as long as you take care of them correctly your teeth will be fine.
4. Is it necessary to shave the teeth before getting veneers?
When getting veneers, the dentist has to shave approximately 2 millimeters of the natural tooth surface, but it also depends on each particular case.
5. How long do veneers last?
With proper care veneers can last over 10 years, unless they crack or chip you won’t have to replace your veneers for a long time.
6. How do I take care of my veneers?
Some recommendations to keep your veneers in good condition are:
- Keep good oral hygiene. Brush at least twice a week, floss at least once a day, and when rinsing, use an alcohol-free mouthwash to protect your veneers from popping off.
- Avoid grinding your teeth. Bruxism is another name for grinding or clenching your teeth while sleeping. This puts a lot of pressure on veneers and can damage them. If you suspect you do this, it is recommended to use a nighttime bite guard.
- Be careful chewing. Avoid chewing on very hard materials like ice and pens.
- Visit your dentist regularly.