Veneers in Tunisia

The Ultimate Guide to Veneers in Tunisia

Last fact-checked: 7 February 2020 

Fix your smile with dental veneers in Tunisia . You can save over 75% compared with the prices at home—and with Dental Departures, you can rely on being seen at a trustworthy establishment you can rely on.

Really, who doesn’t want to have a straight, white smile? It makes us look and feel better, giving us the confidence to smile and laugh without holding back; this can have a positive knock-on effect on many other areas in our lives, particularly when we meet new people.

Unfortunately, discoloured, misshapen, damaged and just downright ugly teeth can easily spoil things. Then, there are the cursed crooked teeth that could have been corrected with orthodontic work (braces) when we were teenagers, but for whatever reason, weren’t.

The good news is that all of these problems can be fixed with dental veneers —and heading abroad with the help of Dental Departures can save you several thousand pounds when having multiple done.

What Are Dental Veneers? 

Dental veneers are wafer-thin slivers of hard-wearing material that are placed on the front of the tooth, essentially covering up a multitude of sins behind.

They are made to measure and colour-matched to your teeth, looking exactly like your original ones—only better! Veneers can be applied to a single tooth, several teeth or all of them—but most people going for a full smile makeover only have veneers applied to the teeth that are visible when smiling—which is typically six or eight per row.

Am I a Suitable Candidate for Dental Veneers?

Anyone who is considering dental veneers must have tip-top oral and dental health with no active gum disease or areas of decay. While veneers are purely a cosmetic dentistry treatment, if your underlying dental health is bad, your veneers won’t stand a chance and will likely fall off.

What Are the Advantages of Dental Veneers?

Dental veneers have a number of benefits, including:

● They are a quick solution for fixing crooked teeth, unlike orthodontics which takes years

● They are long-lasting

● They match your own teeth

● They resist stains

● The tooth’s structure is not compromised too much, unlike crowns

● They are a viable option for patients with sensitive teeth and gums

What Are the Disadvantages of Veneers?

Not only will you need healthy teeth and gums to begin with, but you must be fastidious about maintaining an excellent oral hygiene regime to prevent any disease taking hold, which will be bad not just for your oral health, but also for your veneers.

Patients who suffer with bruxism (teeth grinding and/or jaw clenching) are not likely to be good candidates for veneers as excessive forces can damage the veneers.

Another downside is the cost, with a full smile makeover (using over a dozen veneers) running into five figures in the UK. However, with savings of up to 80% to be made in Tunisia, this is one disadvantage you can get around simply by jumping on a plane!

What Is the Procedure for Dental Veneers? 

The dental veneers procedure typically requires two or three visits to the dentist in Tunisia over the course of a few days, summarised as:

1: Consultation, Examination and Treatment Planning

The dentist in Tunisia will carry out a thorough assessment of your mouth and discuss with you your hopes and expectations. They will talk you through the things you need to know before getting veneers , as well as what materials will be used .

2: Teeth Preparation

This step is normally carried out after the planning stage described above (i.e. as part of the same appointment).

Your dentist starts the procedure by removing a small sliver of enamel from the front of each tooth receiving a veneer. This is so that when the veneer is placed, it is flush with your other teeth. Once your teeth have been prepared, impressions are taken and sent to the laboratory where your new dental veneers are made-to-measure.

3: Veneers Placement

You will return to your dentist after a few days to have your new veneers fitted. The dentist will hold them up against your teeth to check for colour and fit, making any minor adjustments before securing the veneers to the teeth using a light-activated adhesive.

CAD/CAM Dentistry

If your dentist in Tunisia has (CAD/CAM) (computer-aided design/computer-aided manufacture), it should be possible for you to have your veneers made on-site, while you wait—particularly if you only need one or two. If you are having a large number of veneers, it is likely that they will still need to be made at a laboratory. Either way, the whole process is likely to take only a few days.

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

Book with Dental Departures to benefit from:

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

2: Our expertise in helping hundreds and thousands of patients finding the affordable, excellent-quality dental care they need.

3: Our listings of pre-screened dental clinics. Our background checks include:

● Onsite visits

● Searching criminal/legal records

● Corroborating professional memberships

● Confirming dentist qualifications

● Collating real patient reviews

4: Useful information on each dental clinic page, including prices, clinic photos and location maps. All of this helps you make your own decision without having to search for hours online, stumbling across false or outdated information.

Check out some of our top-rated clinics in Tunisia for dental veneers:

Cabinet Dentaire Dr Ridha Bessrour

Cabinet Dentaire Dr Ahmed Besrour

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How Much Do Dental Veneers Cost in Tunisia?

Take a look at the table below to compare dental veneer prices in Tunisia with your home country. Do note that these prices are for one veneer only.


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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 Tunisia: 

Book your free appointment online with Dental Departures at the clinic of your choice. Our Customer Care Team is on hand 24/7 to provide you with a free, no-obligation quote for your veneers treatment in Tunisia.


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