Veneers in Zadar

The Ultimate Guide to Veneers in Zadar

Last fact-checked: 5 April 2020

Treat yourself to a brand new smile with affordable dental veneers in Zadar, Croatia. If your teeth are crooked, or you have one or two that are damaged or discoloured, dental veneers can make a huge difference in correcting imperfections and giving you the confidence to smile like a Cheshire cat!

How Much Do Dental Veneers Cost in Zadar?

Dental veneers prices in Zadar are stunningly low compared to the prices a dental clinic at home charges. Check out the average prices in the table below:


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Note: The prices above are approximate. Please check our current prices on each clinic listing for estimated costs of treatment.

What Are Dental Veneers? How Can They Help Rejuvenate My Smile?

Dental veneers are a cosmetic dentistry procedure. Essentially, they consist of a thin shell of hard-wearing material that are attached to the front of a tooth. Like veneered wood, they provide a pristine façade whilst hiding the less than perfect tooth behind. Custom-made in a laboratory, they are designed to fit your teeth and mouth.

Veneers can be attached to single teeth; for example, if you have a damaged tooth, or, as is becoming increasingly common they can be attached in rows to completely transform your smile. This is particularly effective if you have crooked teeth, which ordinarily would benefit from orthodontic treatment—a long process that involves wearing braces (that many people inevitably feel self-conscious about).

What Are The Advantages of Dental Veneers?

1: The treatment is quick, particularly when compared to other treatments, such as orthodontics. It may be possible to receive a single veneer while-you-wait if your dentist has onsite CAD/CAM technology. You can add veneers to all of your teeth, but many people choose to have them positioned just on the teeth they show when they smile, i.e. six to eight on each jaw.

2: Veneers can give you a natural-looking smile that are colour-matched to your other teeth, or you can go for a bright and white Hollywood smile—the choice is yours.

3: Veneers don’t require any special oral care. However, you do need to maintain a scrupulous cleaning regime—and visit a dentist regularly for check-ups.

4: Hard-wearing, veneers should last for many years, provided you look after them. However, they will need replacing at some point between seven and 15 years, depending on what material you choose and how well you look after them.

What Are the Disadvantages of Dental Veneers?

1: Cosmetic dentistry treatments require that your oral health is good, and veneers are no exception. If you do have any active oral health problems, these will need to be rectified before your dentist will consider you for veneers. Thus, any cavities will require filling , your teeth may need to be professionally cleaned to remove tartar (hardened plaque) and if you have gum disease this will need to be under control.

2: You will need to be fastidious when it comes to your dental hygiene regime—and you will have to attend a dentist for regular check-ups to ensure everything is as it should be.

3: Because a tiny sliver of enamel is removed from the front of the tooth, it may cause permanent increased sensitivity to hot and cold.

4: Damage may be caused to veneers if you are a sufferer of teeth grinding (bruxism) or jaw clenching.

What Does the Procedure for Dental Veneers Entail?

The procedure for veneers takes between one and three visits to your dentist, summarised as follows:

Consultation, Examination and Treatment Planning: You will have a thorough examination of your teeth and gums to determine your overall dental health. Arm yourself with the appropriate information to ask pertinent questions of your dentist on the pros and cons of dental veneers in relation to your own circumstances. The dentist will talk you through the procedure and the advantages/disadvantages of the materials available, such as composite, porcelain or zirconia.

Tooth Preparation: Your teeth will need to be prepared to receive the veneers. A small amount of enamel is removed from the front of the tooth, allowing the veneer to fit evenly against your other teeth. Once your teeth have been prepared, the dentist will take impressions which are sent to the laboratory where your veneers are custom-made.

Veneers Placement: Once your dentist receives the veneers from the lab, the next stage is for you to return to have them attached to your teeth. Each veneer is placed over your th corresponding tooth to check for colour-matching and fit. The dentist can make minor adjustments to the fit before fixing them permanently to your teeth. When the dentist is happy, the surface of the tooth is etched slightly to provide a rougher surface which ensures a tighter bond. A light-activated adhesive is applied and the veneers put in place. The light hardens the adhesive and the veneer is bonded firmly to the tooth.

CAD/CAM Technology

Many modern dental clinics often offer CAD/CAM (computer-aided design/computer-aided manufacture) which uses digital technology to allow the dentist to design prosthodontics (eg crowns and veneers) right there in the dental clinic. Using digital scans and photography, you and the dentist can see the results on a computer screen, editing the colour and size of your veneer(s) until you are happy with them. At the push of a button, the images are sent to an onsite laboratory where a milling machine produces the veneer while you wait.

This is obviously a huge advantage to patients who are short on time, particularly those wanting to make the most of their time in Zadar, so it is worthwhile checking if your dentist offers CAD/CAM if time is of the essence for you. That’s one thing our Customer Care Team can confirm before you book.

Can I Trust the Quality of Veneers in Zadar?

Zadar’s dentists are highly-skilled and knowledgeable about the newest techniques in dentistry. Clinics are well-equipped and comfortable, offering state-of-the-art technological advances such as 3D/CT scanning, digital radiography and CAD/CAM.

But, to be absolutely certain you are attending a clinic that is reliable, you need to do some research. Or, at least book in with a clinic that has been pre-screened, like the dental clinics listed with Dental Departures. We conduct a number of background checks on all the facilities we have listed that includes onsite visits, legal/criminal records, dentist qualifications and professional memberships. We publish real, third-party-verified patient reviews on our site, along with clinic photos, location maps and prices—making it easy for you to see everything you need to choose your clinic with confidence.

Take a look at our clinics in Zadar where you can go for your dental veneers:


Further Information About Dental Veneers in Zadar

Connect Dental Departures’ Customer Care Team to find out more about dental veneers in Zadar. We can book an appointment, help with insurance, hotel bookings and finance or obtain a free, no-obligation quote so you can start planning your new smile today. Or you can book your appointment online right here, at any time of the day or night, at no charge to you.

You can also scroll down to find other ways to book your free appointment online through our site.


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