Dental veneers are used to improve the appearance of discolored or damaged teeth, and if you are considering veneers for your child, you are probably wondering about the cost. The cost of dental veneers can vary depending on the size of the tooth and the type of material used to make the veneer.
Read more to learn about the different types dental veneers, how much they cost, and where to go for affordable dental work near you.
Dental veneers are thin shells that cover the teeth in order to improve appearance. They can be made from either porcelain or resin composite materials.
Porcelain veneers are more stain resistant and look more like natural teeth than resin veneers. However, resin veneers require less preparation before they are applied.
Dental veneers can cost anywhere from $250 to $2500 per tooth. However, there are multiple factors that can affect their price, such as:
Dental veneers can be used to improve the appearance of teeth that are:
Dental veneers are a permanent solution to damaged teeth. In order to place veneers on your child’s teeth, a dentist must first remove some of the enamel on the current teeth to help the veneers stay in place.
If you think your child might need dental veneers, contact your local Kool Smiles dental office. We are an affordable dentist office for kids, and we are here to help you address any dental issues your child has.
While we do not provide veneer services, we can help you decide if veneers are the right choice for your child. If veneers are appropriate, we will refer you to a local dentist who can provide those services. If veneers aren’t needed, our dentists can likely help your child right from our office.
We have over 120 locations in the U.S., so you can find a Kool Smiles near you. Visit one of our locations, or give us a call to schedule an appointment today.
Consumer Guide to Dentistry: http://www.yourdentistryguide.com/veneer-procedure/
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