Porcelain veneers can improve your kid’s smile, especially if they have chipped, damaged or stained teeth. The price of porcelain veneers can vary based on the type of tooth being replaced and where the tooth is located in the mouth.
Read more to learn what veneers are, their cost, and how they can help your child have a healthy smile.
The cost of porcelain veneers varies due to several factors, including:
Talk to your child’s dentist about the price of porcelain veneers before any treatment is given to avoid unexpected costs.
Dental veneers are used to correct many different dental problems for children, and can improve the appearance of your child’s teeth, especially if his or her teeth are:
Although porcelain veneers are more expensive than resin veneers, your dentist may recommend porcelain because they are more stain resistant, last much longer (10-15 years), and look more like natural teeth. This means that the veneer will be less noticeable, and your child will have a more confident smile for years to come.
At Kool Smiles, we want all kids to have healthy, beautiful smiles. If your child needs help with their damaged, crowded, or discolored teeth, our friendly general dentists will be happy to discuss how to fix the problem and if porcelain veneers are necessary.
Set up an appointment at one of our 120 convenient locations by giving us a call today.
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