Last fact-checked: 8 February 2020
Do you dream of a straighter, whiter, more attractive smile? Dental veneers are an easy, effective way to do this—but expensive. You can save up to 75% on the cost. Just book with Dental Departures for dental veneers in Mexico City and transform your crooked, stained teeth into that smile you’ve always wanted.
Spend a few days meandering around this extraordinary city–you will certainly save enough on your dental care to be able to enjoy a break here and sample the many delights on offer.
With its international airport, Mexico City is within easy reach of most major US and Canadian cities. Although dental veneers can be carried out in a day in some cases, it usually takes a few days. Thus, Mexico City is a great place to enjoy a break while you're waiting. With generally good weather all year round, you will discover more than enough to keep you occupied–from unique architectural heritage and ancient ruins to sophisticated bars, chic restaurants, and swanky shopping.
Visitors will find Mexico City delivers high quality and good value–and its dental clinics are no exception.
Having a beautiful even smile you’ve always dreamed of is relatively straightforward with dental veneers, and it doesn’t affect the whole structure of your tooth the way some cosmetic dental procedures do.
The best Mexico City dentists use branded dental veneers that are available worldwide so you can be sure your veneers will be of exactly the same quality you would get at home. An added extra of having your treatment in Mexico City is our dentists’ warranties on their work. Not only do they warranty the work they do, but also the materials they use, which is not usually offered by dentists at home.
You should ensure your chosen dentist is from a reputable clinic, as unfortunately unqualified dentists are happy to accept work at lower prices--do not be fooled. Our background checks help remove some of the uncertainty of your search, as we verify our dentists’ qualifications, experience and know-how before we list them on our website.
Although the cost of dental veneers is considerably cheaper in Mexico City, our dentists offer a superior service providing you with veneers that will produce a lovely, natural-looking smile.
The majority of clinics usually require two visits over five days for dental veneers, although if a clinic has in-house CAD/CAM capabilities, you can have veneers done in a day.
On your first visit, your teeth will be prepared to receive the veneers by shaving a sliver of enamel from the front of the teeth. Your dentist will make impressions of your teeth, which are then sent to the lab for the veneers to be custom-made.
When the veneers have been received by your dentist, you will return to have them bonded to your teeth, using an adhesive activated by a special bonding light. The procedure doesn’t take long; afterward, your dentist will clean your teeth thoroughly to complete the process.
Dental veneers can be made from an array of materials that affects the cost—between $900 for composite veneers and $2,500 for zirconia veneers (per tooth) in the United States. Composite veneers in Mexico City are $300, and the longer-lasting porcelain veneers are $500, with zirconia at $750.
Bear in mind the harder-wearing porcelain and zirconia veneers still cost considerably less in Mexico City than the cheapest composite veneers in the States, in effect saving you money several times over as they won’t need replacement as often as composite veneers.
Book with Dental Departures online, or call us for free. Find your dentist, compare prices, view photos, uncover exclusive discounts and read real patient reviews on our website. Book with confidence and choose one of our quality-checked dentists to transform your smile and regain your confidence!
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