How much do porcelain veneers cost in the Philippines? The cost is around 20,000 pesos per tooth. This may seem like a lot. However, porcelain veneers typically last 10 to 15 years, while composite resin veneers last 5 to 7 years. Veneers can be used to hide uneven, misaligned, or simply imperfect teeth.
Veneers are cemented onto existing teeth and fixed in place; there are two main types of veneers: porcelain and composite. Porcelain veneers are more expensive and look more natural, as they are manufactured in a laboratory, so they require multiple visits. There is often a need to alter existing teeth, eliminating part of the mass. Composite veneers are made from the same materials used for cavity fillings.
They can usually be done quickly and are sculpted directly onto the teeth rather than in a laboratory. Thus allowing the procedure to be performed in one day. It is also worth mentioning that today there are certain dental clinics that move away from the regular cost of veneers in the Philippines. Dental veneers can last more than 10 years, however, just like your natural teeth, veneers are also susceptible to damage.
Once dental veneers have been placed and you have completed the entire procedure, you must commit to good oral hygiene, regular visits to the dentist, and a good healthy lifestyle. Because dental veneers involve minimal discomfort, patients can enjoy a vacation or side trips between and after their dental appointments. However, less tooth is scraped, since a porcelain veneer is extraordinarily thin and therefore takes up less space. With the Dental Departures Price Guarantee, you get high quality veneers at the best price.
We provide patient-centered porcelain veneers after a thorough clinical and radiographic evaluation. In the Philippines, veneers are up to 80% cheaper than those found in Australia or New Zealand, which means incredible savings, especially for patients looking for multiple veneers. A porcelain veneer is worth all the money if you want to fix and improve the aesthetics of a tooth at the same time. At your next appointment, veneers will be glued to your teeth using an adhesive and a special bonding light.
In reality, 20,000 pesos per tooth is much more affordable compared to the prices of porcelain veneers in other countries. The composite material is less aesthetic in nature, while porcelain possesses excellent light reflection properties and stain resistance, compared to other sheet metal materials, so it qualifies for the choice of material by patients and dentists.