Last fact-checked: 20 February 2020
Looking for high-quality, low-cost dental veneers to transform your smile? Book with Dental Departures and receive your dental veneers in Nuevo Progreso, Mexico for around 75% less than back home.
Dental veneers is a cosmetic dentistry procedure that transforms damaged, stained or crooked teeth into a wonderful even, white smile. And while this is a very straightforward procedure, veneers are notoriously expensive in the US and Canada. Most people would be put off to learn just one can cost over $1,000 – imagine how much that would total if you needed a whole row of them...
However, the prices in Nuevo Progreso may well change your mind.
Veneers are wafer-thin laminates that are ‘cemented’ onto the front surface of the tooth, thereby disguising any cracks, chips or discoloration. They can be used singly, for example, if you want to change the appearance of one damaged tooth – or they can be used in rows of four, six or eight for a complete smile makeover.
As for any dental procedure, you will want to make sure that you are receiving top-quality treatment from a specialist who knows what they are doing. We work closely with our dentists in Nuevo Progreso and have performed background checks on all of their qualifications and expertise - so you can be confident that you will be seen to by a quality-checked dentist when booking through our site.
We have visited hundreds of dental clinics throughout Mexico and found the standards to be comparable to clinics in the US. Long gone are the days when substandard or inferior equipment was used. The best clinics in Mexico now are kitted out with the latest technology and international standards on safety and hygiene are observed.
While prices in Nuevo Progreso are significantly lower than in the United States, that doesn't at all mean you will be receiving inferior treatment or that the dentist will be using cheaper materials.
It usually takes up to five days for your veneers to be completed. You will need to book two separate appointments with your dentist in Nuevo Progreso. To save time, these can be booked on the first and last day you are in Mexico, or you can cross over the border and come back a few days later when your new veneers have been sent back from the lab.
On your first appointment, your dentist reshapes and prepares the front surfaces of your teeth so they can accommodate the veneers (you will be administered a local anesthetic to numb the area first). A tiny part of the front surface of the teeth will then be shaved off – the equivalent to the thickness of the veneer that will be placed on top. After the teeth have been prepared, impressions are taken and the mold(s) sent to the lab for the veneers to be made. This process may take a few days so you may be given temporary veneers in the meantime. Clinics with the latest CAD/CAM equipment can quickly manufacture veneers, and have you in and out in a day or two.
On your next appointment, your veneers will be attached to your teeth with a light-activated cement. After this process is completed, your dentist will remove all traces of cement before cleaning and polishing your new veneers. Finally, you're ready to step out the door with your beautiful new smile!
This depends on the type of material used for your veneers, which is something your dentist can discuss with you beforehand as this can also affect the veneer's lifespan.
Porcelain veneers in the US, for example, cost approximately $1,250 per tooth whereas you'll be paying around $400 in Nuevo Progreso. And remember, our dentists don't cut corners when it comes to the quality of materials used.
For that chipped tooth or crooked smile you have always wanted to fix (but never been able to afford) our Nuevo Progreso dentists can provide the solution.
Use our toll-free number or book directly online for your dental veneers in Nuevo Progreso, Mexico, at no charge to you. Compare prices, read reviews, view high-definition photos and take a virtual tour around our clinics. We guarantee the best prices online when booking your appointment with us.
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