Hi, my name is Dr Stefanie. I’m a dentist of Lifestyle Smiles here at Brighton. A question I get asked often is, how much are dental veneers? I thought since it’s such a popular topic, let’s just make it into a short video so you can understand a little bit better about dental veneers in general.
But generally speaking, porcelain veneers are about three-four times the cost of composite veneers.
So apart from the material itself, the next factor that affects the dental veneers treatment cost is who does it.
Placing veneers onto your teeth, and making them look natural, making them beautiful, is an art form. And the mastery of this craft can only be developed and refined through time and experience. So an experienced dentist as well as the experience of the dental technician who has been doing it for 10 to 15 years will typically charge more compared to someone who has less experience.
In terms of pricing, generally speaking when you look at composite veneers, the cost for that will be between $300 to $800 each, depending on where you go who does the job. If you’re looking at porcelain veneers in Australia, then they are normally between $1500 to $3000 for each porcelain veneer.
I hope this video has given you some insights on the different factors that impact the price of a dental veneers treatment. So if you are considering upgrading your smile with either composite or porcelain veneers, we would love to help. Simply give us a call, direct message us on social media, or complete the enquiry form on our website. See you in the next video.
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