Veneers in India

The Ultimate Guide to Veneers in India

Last fact-checked: 5 April 2020

Spruce up your smile with low-cost dental veneers in India. World-class dental clinics offer huge savings on this effective cosmetic dental procedure which can turn your smile into a thing of beauty—all while exploring this equally impressive country.

Not many of us are blessed with naturally beautiful teeth—and whether you feel it’s one or two that are spoiling your smile, or most of them, dental veneers could be the procedure that fixes things for you. This procedure is particularly popular with celebrities who can afford to have all of their teeth fitted with veneers. However, for the majority of people not earning six or seven-figure salaries, this is generally a luxury that’s not viable.

But here is the good news: with prices in India around 70% lower than at home, your dream smile may not be as far away as you think.

How Much Do Dental Veneers Cost in India?

Check out the table below to compare dental veneers prices in India with dental clinics in 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).

Will Dental Veneers Work for Me?

Dental veneers can correct a number of cosmetic dentistry problems, helping you to make the most of your smile. Veneers are made from hard-wearing, wafer-thin material and affixed to the front of each tooth. They disguise damaged, misshapen, discoloured, cracked, chipped and ugly teeth, transforming them into white, straight, pristine teeth.

Dental veneers are made-to-measure for each tooth and give you the opportunity to choose the exact shape, size and colour of your new smile.

Custom-made to fit in the laboratory, veneers can be used singly, to cover just one tooth, or they can be used to cover a row of teeth to create that Hollywood smile. For many adults who didn’t have orthodontic work when they were a teenager, having braces as an adult is not a viable option. Dental veneers are a great alternative; you can have a row of straight teeth fitted in one appointment, without having to undergo years of uncomfortable orthodontic work.

What Are The Advantages of Dental Veneers?

  • The treatment is quick
  • They look natural
  • They are long-lasting
  • They are resistant to staining
  • They are strong
  • They can be colour-matched to your other teeth
  • The structure of your teeth is not compromised too much
  • They are a good option, even if you have sensitive gums.

What Are the Disadvantages of Veneers?

  • You will need to have excellent dental health with no signs of active tooth decay or gum disease
  • If you suffer from jaw clenching or teeth grinding you may damage your veneers, and so they may not be a suitable treatment option for you
  • You must maintain a strict oral hygiene regime to prevent tooth decay and gum disease
  • Teeth may become more sensitive to hot and cold

 What Is the Procedure for Dental Veneers?

The procedure for dental veneers typically requires two or three visits to the dentist in India (which can be done as part of the same trip). These steps can be summarised as:

1: Consultation, Examination and Treatment Planning

Your dentist will need to examine your mouth thoroughly, as your dental health will need to be assessed to ensure you are a suitable candidate. The dentist will have a discussion with you about what you are hoping to achieve and discuss with you what can realistically be achieved with dental veneers, as well as the different types of materials that you can choose for your veneers.

2: Preparation of Teeth

The teeth must be prepared prior to receiving the veneers. This involves removing a sliver of enamel from the front of each tooth onto which a veneer will be fitted so it will be in line with the rest of your teeth. You will also need to have impressions made of your teeth, which are sent to a laboratory where your veneers are made to measure. Once these have been received from your dentist, you can go back to have them fitted.

3: Veneers Placement

Your dentist will inspect the colour and ensure the veneers fit, by holding them up against your teeth, and making any minor adjustments by trimming the veneers, if necessary. Your teeth will be cleaned and etched to make to create a good bonding surface. An adhesive is applied to the veneers that harden when a specialist light is applied, creating a secure bond to the tooth.

CAD/CAM Dentistry

Computer-aided design/computer-aided manufacture (CAD/CAM) is becoming increasingly common at high-quality dental clinics. This technology allows your dentist to design your veneer on a computer screen and for you to see the result before the image file is sent to an onsite milling machine that makes your veneer while you wait—a huge bonus for international patients where time is limited.

Can I Trust the Quality of Veneers in India?

The quality of dental care at a reliable clinic is excellent. Modern facilities are equipped with the latest technologies and adhere to internationally-renowned standards on hygiene and safety.

Booking with Dental Departures will help you find a dentist you can trust as all of the dentists listed on our website have all been pre-screened. We only work with the best and have all of our dentists have had their qualifications and professional memberships verified. We also publish real patient reviews and visit clinics personally. If we’re not happy, we don’t partner with them.

Check out our popular clinics where you can go for your dental veneers in India:


Further Information about Dental Veneers in India:

Book your appointment online right here quickly and easily, any time of the day or night, at no charge to you. For a free quote or speak to our Customer Care Team if you’d like to find out more about going to India for dental veneers.


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