Veneers in Georgia

The Ultimate Guide to Veneers in Georgia

Last fact-checked: 15 February 2020

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Why Would I Consider Veneers?

It’s amazing what a difference a beautiful smile makes—not just to our own self-esteem and confidence but also in how others perceive us. We are spending more time and money on our appearance than ever before; if you feel as though your teeth are letting you down, modern dentistry techniques can transform your smile easily and effectively.

Dental veneers hide a multitude of sins. Discoloured, damaged, ugly and misshapen teeth can all be transformed with dental veneers. Even crooked teeth that could have benefited from orthodontic work (braces) can be corrected with dental veneers.

What Actually Are Dental Veneers?

So, how do dental veneers work ? Simply, they are very thin wafers of hard-wearing material that are affixed to the front of your teeth—effectively hiding the tooth behind it. They are made-to-measure and fit onto your existing tooth precisely, looking entirely natural and no different from your own teeth—only much more attractive, of course!

Veneers can be attached to all of your teeth, a row or to an individual tooth. For a smile makeover, only the teeth that show when you smile require veneers, so you won’t need them for your molars.

Am I A Suitable Candidate for Dental Veneers?

The main requirement for candidates who want veneers is that they have good oral health. Rotten teeth or active gum disease will render veneers a bad choice—both from a health point of view and from a financial point of view as your veneers won’t last if your teeth are crumbling.

Patients who suffer from bruxism (teeth grinding and/or jaw clenching) may also not be good candidates for veneers as this condition could well cause damage to the veneers.

What are the Advantages of Dental Veneers?

Dental veneers do not have any dental or oral health benefits and are purely a cosmetic treatment. However, they:

● Could be a quick solution to crooked teeth rather than orthodontics, which takes years

● Are long-lasting

● Can be colour-matched to your other teeth

● Are stain-resistant

● Do not require too much of the tooth structure to be removed, unlike crowns

● Are tolerated by patients with sensitive teeth and gums

What IS the Procedure for Dental Veneers?

The dental veneers procedure typically requires two visits to the dentist in Georgia.

At your first visit:

1: Consultation, Examination and Treatment Planning

The dentist in Georgia will carry out a thorough assessment and find out your aspirations about what you are hoping to achieve with the veneers treatment. The dentist will discuss the materials for your veneers , and talk you through other information about veneers to help you make the right choice for your needs.

2: Teeth Preparation

If you decide to go ahead, the dentist will need to prepare your teeth (during this same initial appointment) by removing a small amount of enamel from the front of each tooth receiving a veneer, so when your veneer is affixed, it will sit in line with your other teeth. Once the teeth are prepared, the dentist will take impressions of your mouth, which are sent to the laboratory where your veneers are custom-made to fit.

3: Veneers Placement

Return to have your veneers fitted after a few days. At this second appointment, your dentist will check them for colour and fit by holding them up to your teeth, making any minor adjustments before using a light-activated adhesive to bond the veneers securely to your teeth.

CAD/CAM Dentistry

CAD/CAM Dentistry is one of the latest innovations that modern clinics use. The technology uses computers to design and manufacture prosthodontics, such as veneers, onsite, while you wait. This might be a possibility if you only require one or two veneers, but if you need more, having them made in a lab may still be the best course of action. Your dentist can provide more detailed advice about this.

Why Should I Book Dental Veneers in Georgia with Dental Departures?

Book with Dental Departures for:

1: The lowest prices around with Dental Departures’ Best Price Guarantee.

2: Our decade of experience in helping hundreds of thousands of patients find great-quality, low-cost dental care abroad.

3: Pre-screened dental clinics that have been background checked to include:

● Onsite visits

● Reviewing criminal/legal records

● Corroborating professional memberships

● Authenticating dentist qualifications

● Collating real patient reviews

4: Prices, location maps and clinic photos included in our clinic listings so you make an informed choice of the best facility for your needs. Take a look at our top-rated clinics in Georgia for dental veneers:

Confident Dental Clinic Tbilisi

Clinic Elite Dentistry and Aesthetics

Healthy Dent Dental Clinic


How Much Do Dental Veneers Cost in Georgia?

Take a look at the table below to compare dental veneers prices in Georgia with your home country:


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( Note: the prices above are approximate. Please check our current prices for your selected clinic for estimated costs of treatment).

Further Information about Dental Veneers in Georgia:

Book an appointment online with Dental Departures for your dental veneers in Georgia. Our Customer Care Team provides 24/7 assistance; call them for free to obtain a no-obligation quote for your treatment.


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