Dental veneers, or dental laminates, are highly realistic cosmetic restorations that can address several smile concerns at once. Each veneer is customized to resemble your healthy, natural tooth, and is bonded to the front surface to conceal staining, chips, cracks, odd spacing, and more. Depending on your specific needs and preferences, veneers can be made from biocompatible resin or lifelike dental porcelain.

Because veneers are bonded onto the front surfaces of one or more teeth, they are able to address a wide variety of cosmetic and restorative dental concerns. In many cases, veneers can correct mild to moderate tooth wear and damage, build up teeth that appear too small, improve teeth that are severely discolored, and more, all at the same time. Their ability to completely reinvent smiles in just a single procedure have placed veneers among the most popular and versatile cosmetic dentistry treatments available.

Every veneer is crafted individually to the unique dimensions of a single tooth. If you need more than one, the veneers will be placed individually, making them virtually undetectable from the rest of your healthy, natural teeth.

What is the cost of a porcelain veneer?

The average cost of dental veneers ranges from $900 to over $2,000 per tooth or higher, depending on the dentist, and they are typically not covered by dental insurance. But with a general dentist in Doctors Network, the cost is only $600.