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Prices of Dental Veneers + (5 Tips to Save on Your Treatment)

Prices of Dental Veneers + (5 Tips to Save on Your Treatment)

Prices of Dental Veneers + (5 Tips to Save on Your Treatment)

If you are thinking of getting dental veneers, surely one of the issues that most concerns you is the price, right? If so, keep reading because then we are going to clarify point by point many of the doubts that you will surely have.

In the following article, we offer you a detailed list of the prices of dental veneers depending on your country and currency. In addition, we are going to explain the aspects that most influence the price and some tricks to save on your treatment.

 Price of Dental Veneers

As we will see later, it is difficult to estimate how much dental veneers cost because the costs will depend on many factors. But the main factor is going to be the type of veneers we are talking about. Below we show you the most used veneers and their approximate prices. Let’s start!

Composite Veneers Price

Composite veneers are the cheapest. Composite is a moldable synthetic resin material, very similar to the one used to make fillings. For more information about them.

Spain €110 – €250
Mexico $3,000 – 6,800 MXN
Argentina $1,200 – 2,700 ARP
United States (US) $250 – $380 USD
Chili 40,000 – 70,000 CLP
Colombia 470,000 – 800,000 COP
Costa Rica 70,000 – 105,000CRC
Puerto Rico $110 – $250
Peru 350 – 470 PEN
Panama $250 – $350 USD
bolivia 500 – 1,100 bop
Paraguay 550,000 – 650,000 PYG
Uruguay 8,500 – 16,000 UYU
Dominican Republic 6,000 – 11,000 DOP
Ecuador $150 – $250
The Savior $120 – $220 USD
Venezuela $100 – $250
*These prices are approximate for EACH individual veneer.
Price of Porcelain Veneers

These veneers are more expensive because their material is more realistic, resistant, and durable than composite. For more information about them.

Spain €400 – €800
Mexico $9000 – 17500 MXN
Argentina $3,200 – 3,900 ARP
United States (US) $900 – $1,100
Chili 250,000 – 290,000 CLP
Colombia COP 1,250,000 – COP 1,780,000
Costa Rica 220,000 – 360,000CRC
Puerto Rico $400 – $800 USD
Peru 1,100 – 1,550 PEN
Panama $350 – $750 USD
bolivia 2,500 – 4,000 bop
Paraguay 1,750,000 – 1,850,000 PYG
Uruguay 20,000 – 30,000 UYU
Dominican Republic 25,000 – 30,000 DOP
Ecuador $300 – $500
The Savior $300 – $600
Venezuela $300 – $500
*These prices are approximate for EACH individual veneer.

So far we have basically seen the two main types of veneers on the market and the most used worldwide.

Now we will see two other types of veneers that are somewhat more “special” since they are more difficult to find in clinics.

Price of Lumineers Veneers

They are ultra-thin porcelain veneers that do not need to carve the tooth. The famous “veneers without carving”. They are the most expensive on the market, but they are more difficult to find. Find out more about them

Spain €700 – €900
Mexico $18,000 – 23,000 MXN
Argentina $5,400 – 6,900 ARP
United States (US) $1,200 – $1,500 USD
chilli 20,000 – 430,000 CLP
Colombia 2,300,000 – 3,000,000 COP
Costa Rica 370,000 – 490,000 CRC
Puerto Rico $600 – $950 USD
Peru 1,400 – 1,700 PEN
Panama $650 – 900 USD
bolivia 3,500 – 5,000 bop
Paraguay 1,800,000 – 2,000,000 PYG
Uruguay 25,000 – 35,000 UYU
Dominican Republic 27,000 – 35,000 DOP
Ecuador $600 – $800 USD
The Savior $580 – $750 USD
Venezuela $400-650 USD
*These prices are approximate for EACH individual veneer.

Price of Compose Veneers

Composite veneers are somewhat more difficult to find in many clinics. They are made of ultra-thin composite. 

Spain €200 – €325
Mexico 5400 – 8800 MXN
Argentina $2,150 – 3,500 ARP
United States (US) $425 – $630
chilli 70,000 – 91,000 CLP
Colombia 800,000 – 1,050,000 COP
*These prices are approximate for EACH individual veneer.

📊 Factors that influence the Price of Dental Veneers

As you have seen, the prices of dental veneers can fluctuate a lot. Remember that the above prices are only indicative and refer to the price per unit of each individual veneer.

Obviously, the final price of the treatment is another matter. But what determines that treatment with veneers costs more or less money? Basically the following points:

State of your teeth

Although it is a mainly aesthetic treatment, we cannot forget that this is a dental procedure. Your teeth must be in good condition and in favorable conditions to be able to carry out this treatment.

Therefore, if before you can get dental veneers your teeth need some added treatment, the final price will inevitably increase. These treatments can be dental cleanings, orthodontics, fillings, etc.

Type of dental veneers chosen

The prices are determined mainly depending on the material in which they are built (composite or porcelain). It also influences the difficulty of placement in the tooth and the participation or not of a laboratory for the manufacture of the veneers.

In this sense, porcelain is more expensive than composite. And if a laboratory intervenes, the cost of the treatment will increase, since they also have to charge for their work.

Number of teeth to be treated

Aesthetic veneers have individual prices, so obviously, the more teeth you want to cover with veneers, the more expensive the treatment will be.

For example, placing one or two veneers to correct defects in specific teeth is not the same as creating a totally new smile covering most of the teeth.

This point also varies from clinic to clinic. And it is that it is usual to make a discount or special prices when several teeth are going to be treated, and each clinic does it in a different way.


The clinic is the decisive factor that can raise or lower the price of veneer treatment. You can find quite large differences in the price of aesthetic veneers between one clinic and another.

Among the reasons for this variety are the experience of the dentist and his team, the fame of the clinic, its specialty, the city where the clinic is located, even the neighborhood in which it is located, etc.

In the end, we cannot forget that clinics need to cover their costs so that it is profitable for them to be open. That is why each clinic offers prices, like any other company.

Tips to SAVE on your Dental Veneers

If you want to get dental veneers but you see a problem with the price, here we are going to give you 5 tips to save on your treatment and reduce its cost to the maximum:

Put them only on the upper teeth

As a general rule, the teeth that you are going to show the most when smiling and speaking will be those of the upper arch. This will depend on each patient and obviously, your dentist will advise you in this regard when assessing your case.

To find out if this could be the case for you, stand in front of a mirror and smile and speak naturally. If you see that because of the way you smile you barely show your lower teeth (less than half) you can consider the option of not putting veneers on them.

If you show more than half of your lower teeth when you talk or smile, you may still not need veneers.

In the end, the most important thing is to achieve a natural result in all of your teeth. So, as long as you don’t choose too white a color for your veneers that makes too much of a difference to the shade of your lower teeth, you can save yourself this point.

“Forget” about the teeth

In line with the previous advice, the teeth are usually hidden from view, and therefore it is not necessary to put dental veneers on them. Observe the following image:

Veneers are usually placed on the incisors, canines, and premolars. If you want to reduce the price of your treatment, you can choose to place veneers only on the first premolars (the outermost ones).

All this will always depend on your teeth, your smile, and how exposed the premolars are. But by saving two dental veneers on your treatment, you will surely notice a big difference in the final price.

Combine Composite and Porcelain materials

As you have already seen above, porcelain veneers cost more than composite veneers. Logically the cheapest would be to put all the composite veneers, but if you want, you can combine the materials.

For example, You can place porcelain veneers on the incisors and canines, which are the most frontal and most visible teeth. And put composite veneers on the premolar teeth. In this way, you would also further reduce the final budget.

Maintain good health and dental hygiene

This point is key. Veneers only serve to fix a tooth, but that tooth has to be in good health. For example, if you have cavities or tartar buildup on your gums, the veneer will just cover it up, but it won’t fix the problem.

In the event of such a problem, the teeth would have to be treated before the veneers could be placed, and these treatments would increase the cost.

Consult several Clinics

This is the final advice. If you have the opportunity to consult several clinics you will be able to compare. As a general rule, clinics in larger cities and located in more central areas tend to be somewhat more expensive because they have higher expenses.

But we can not generalize because there is everything and you never know what you can find in your area. Therefore, the best advice is to select two or three clinics and consult the prices for your treatment directly with your professionals.

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