Veneers in Hungary

The Ultimate Guide to Veneers in Hungary

Last fact-checked: 16 February 2020

Find out about big savings on dental veneers in Hungary and restore your teeth to their former glory. We have helped thousands of patients from UK and Eire discover the beauty of dental veneers and their effective simplicity at changing discoloured, damaged and misshapen teeth into even, white gleaming smiles.

What Are Dental Veneers?

Essentially, they are what they say – a veneer of very thin laminate which can be made from a variety of materials, including porcelain and zirconia, and fitted over the tooth. The beauty of veneers is that they can be placed very quickly and easily, and in effect, can alter the look, shape, size, colour and even position of a tooth.

Unfortunately, even shopping around for your dental treatment at home shows they are an expensive fix. Regrettably, because they are a cosmetic treatment, veneers are not covered under the UK’s National Health, nor in most other countries.

What Are the Benefits of Dental Veneers?

Dental veneers can be used to correct crooked or misaligned teeth, overcrowded teeth, gaps between teeth, worn or chipped teeth and discoloured or stained teeth. In effect, they are an alternative to time-consuming orthodontic treatment in many cases. Veneers are a flexible treatment that can be used in a variety of circumstances, provided you are a suitable candidate.

Requiring only a minimal amount of tooth reduction on the front side of the tooth, they are a conservative treatment, unlike a crown that requires the tooth to be filed down substantially for the crown to fit.

Your dental veneers in Hungary can be fitted in a matter of days, giving you enough time to transform your smile while enjoying a few days break.

How Long do Dental Veneers Take in Hungary?

If you only need one or two veneers the treatment can sometimes be completed in a day if your dental clinic has an on-site laboratory using the latest CAD/CAM technologies. Traditionally, the treatment takes around four days–the first and last day at your dentist, and the lab work taking place on the days in between. Ask us about wait times for veneers; we can refer you to a clinic that matches your schedule and budget.

What Does the Procedure Entail for Dental Veneers in Hungary?

Your tooth will be prepared by your dentist on your first visit. A very thin sliver of enamel is removed from the front of the tooth, and an impression taken of your other teeth. It is normal for the prepared tooth to experience some sensitivity to hot and cold until the veneer is placed, but it shouldn’t be too uncomfortable.

When you return to your dentist the veneer will be placed. It is fixed with a light-sensitive resin which hardens using a special white light.

Once in place, your dental veneers are very strong and will usually endure most of the forces exerted on them by a normal diet. However, common-sense should prevail – opening bottle tops with your teeth is likely to be a party piece of the past unless you want to twist your veneers off! 

Why Have Dental Veneers in Hungary?

Landlocked in Central Europe, Hungary is easily accessible—either if you are flying in directly or coming in from a neighbouring country. It is a fascinating country for a holiday, whether you want to check out the vineyards and countryside in the foothills of the Carpathian mountains or experience the joys of the picturesque capital, Budapest.

Dental care in Hungary is excellent. It has a well-deserved reputation for the quality of its care and has been treating visitors from neighboring countries for many years. The advent of low-cost air travel has merely enabled travelers from further afield to be able to take advantage of Hungary’s undoubted expertise – and low-cost prices.

Dentists in Hungary undergo training that is on a par with dentist training in the UK, or the US. General dental training is followed by a further three-year university course for dentists wishing to specialize, and all dentists complete ongoing continuing education throughout their careers.

Clinics in Hungary are more modern than the backstreet clinics you might expect, with state-of-the-art facilities and adherence to international protocols on hygiene and cleanliness. Check out some of our popular clinics like MDental Hungary, Evergreen Dental and Dentium Implant Center—all in the capital city of Budapest.

Above all, with the cost of dental veneers at a dental clinic in Hungary averaging at around 65% less than at home, you can see just how substantial the savings might be on multiple veneers.

What Is the Cost of Dental Veneers in Hungary?

Prices in the UK for a single dental veneer is around £800 (€970/$1,250/AUD $1,300), but the procedure in Hungary is as low as £250 (€280/$370/AUD $400).

Book an appointment for your low-cost dental veneers in Hungary with Dental Departures. You can schedule your appointment online right here at any time of the day or night, at no charge to you. Compare our prices, read our reviews, view photos of our clinics,  find useful maps, and discover other exclusive discounts and offers. You can contact us 24/7—our friendly and knowledgeable team are here to help answer your questions professionally and with a smile.

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