Dental Veneers Cost and Video Review

One of the newest procedures in dentistry is dental veneers. Dental veneers are popular and are considered one of the safest ways to improve the appearance of teeth. Many are concerned about the cost of veneers, how long they last, etc., which we answer below.

Since veneers are usually viewed as a cosmetic procedure, dental insurance plans will likely not cover them. Patients should check with their insurance plan to be certain if veneers are covered. Veneers can be composite or porcelain shells or wafers, ultra thin, made to match the shade of the remaining natural teeth. This requires the expertise and artistry of a Cosmetic Dentist who understands and can implement perfect placement of the thin, restorative material that is placed on the tooth surface.

The following video features cosmetic dentists who review before and after pictures for the treatment that is helping so many people.

WHO NEEDS PORCELAIN VENEERS ON THEIR TEETH?

Dental veneers are most often used for repairing chipped or cracked teeth, cleaning up stained teeth that have been discolored, leveling uneven teeth and sometimes bringing together teeth that have large gaps. Besides evening out the surface of the teeth, veneers can properly align the teeth. It is obvious that veneers improve the appearance of a person’s teeth and also protect the teeth from further damage.

The most direct benefit of veneers is the appearance of the teeth. However, the person’s smile is also improved and this improves the patient’s confidence and self-esteem. All are important in today’s world!

Veneers can be a wonderful alternative to braces. With crowded teeth, some teeth may first have to be removed. Your dentist will have all the answers and suggestions for you.

HOW MUCH DO DENTAL VENEERS COST?

All dental plans are different and so it is extremely important to check what your plan covers.
Cosmetic dentistry is usually not covered by insurance. However, after an individual has veneers and they are damaged, it is not possible to return to original teeth—and in the case of damage, replacement veneers could be covered to some small extent. This is where a discount dental program might be far more beneficial.

Veneers are among the newest procedure offered and some dentists estimate the cost per tooth between $500 and $1300, while others say the cost is between $800 to $2,000 per tooth. Initially, veneers are labeled “cosmetic” by most insurance companies.

HOW LONG DO PORCELAIN VENEERS LAST?

With proper care, veneers will usually last on the average from 10 to 20 years.

Porcelain veneers are probably most desirable because they last longer and can be worn for about 15 years while composite veneers will probably last for about 7 years.

However, veneers begin to fail as they age. Dentists generally do not recommend veneers to people who have a heavy bite or who grind their teeth while sleeping because veneers can be chipped or damaged.

HOW DO YOU TAKE CARE OF VENEERS ONCE YOU HAVE THEM?

The Dentist will advise you on the daily care of your veneers. Your dentist will probably tell you to avoid biting your nails or any other hard objects, such as hard candy. Those active in athletics should consider wearing a mouthguard for protection. The Cosmetic Dentist will advise you on the care of your veneers.

DO ALL DENTISTS OFFER PORCELAIN VENEERS?

Veneers require the skill, perfection and artistry of a Cosmetic Dentist who understands and is able to complete the entire procedure. Be sure to ask if your dentist offers porcelain veneers before you make an appointment. Simply call the dental office and ask questions about the dentist's experience and get specific answers to any other questions that you have.

HOW DO YOU PAY FOR EXPENSIVE DENTAL VENEERS?

Dental care for everyone is of major importance. Many seniors suffer because of a lack of dental care in early years. Working adults should take advantage of benefits offered in dental insurance—but even that is often not enough. Most often dental insurance is “capped” and doesn’t cover what a person needs or requires in one year. This is where a dental discount program like AmeriPlan Dental can be more beneficial for a lifetime!

People choose AmeriPlan Dental for several reasons, beyond what they save on veneers:

  • Cosmetic dentistry such as bleaching, bonding and implants are included.
  • Orthodontics (dental braces) included for both children and adults.
  • All ongoing dental / medical problems are accepted (except orthodontic treatment already in progress)
  • No waiting period. You can go to the dentist immediately.
  • All Specialists included - Oral Surgeons, Orthodontists, Endodontists, Periodontists and Prosthodontists.
  • Members may change dentists at any time without having to notify anyone.
  • No annual limitations
  • No paperwork
  • Instant savings

Keep in mind that traditional dental insurance usually only permits about $1,000 per year in coverage so dental veneers will usually go way beyond this annual limit. In light of this, most people seeking assistance for the cost of dental veneers choose a discount plan or supplement to their employer paid dental insurance.

People all across America are convinced that AmeriPlan® is the best value dental service available for the whole household - everyone's included. Click the sign-up link below to see the price, plan choices and all the benefits!

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