Last fact-checked: 14 January 2019
You can transform those damaged, crooked or stained teeth with dental veneers in Thailand.
If you don’t like the look of one or several of your teeth, then dental veneers could be the answer. They are attached to the front of the offending tooth or teeth, disguising what's behind. They can be used singly, or in a row, if you have crooked teeth and want to improve your smile. Although veneers are very versatile, they are also expensive.
Dentists in Thailand offer patients good quality, affordable veneers, which can be done on your holiday in no time. Let Dental Departures help you find your dentist and book your appointment for dental veneers at a Thai dental clinic - and return home with a gleaming new smile.
The procedure for dental veneers is not as invasive as some other cosmetic dentistry treatments. A minimal amount of interference with the tooth is undertaken, and patients experience little discomfort, allowing them to enjoy their holiday to the full without fear of dental pain.
Our Thailand dentists are located in major resorts throughout the Kingdom, including Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Pattaya and Phuket, and are conveniently located for your dental veneers treatments. You can spend the minimum of time at your dental appointment - and return to the business of enjoying your holiday in Thailand in next-to-no-time.
Your dental veneers in Thailand will be top-quality. Just because they are not as expensive as at home doesn’t mean you will get inferior veneers. Top-brands such as E-max are available in Thailand, and labs have access to the same quality materials as the labs do at home.
Although Dental veneers are a simple procedure, they are still relatively expensive. In Thailand, they can cost up to 80% less than you would find in Australia, so for patients having multiple veneers, this is especially good news. For even better news the Dental Departures best price guarantee will ensure you never pay more than you have to.
Furthermore, all our clinics carry a guarantee or warranty on both the work the dentists carry out and on the materials they use. Some of the leading clinics in Thailand where you can get veneers include:
•Bangkok International Dental Center, in Bangkok
•Sea Smile Dental Clinic, Patong, Phuket
•Dental Design Center, Pattaya
Some labs with CAM/CAD in-house ceramic studios (CEREC) may be able to do them in a day, but generally it will require two appointments over a few days.
At your first appointment, the process involves a very thin shaving of enamel being removed from the front of your tooth. Impressions of your teeth are made and sent to the lab to make the veneers.
When the veneers are back from the lab you will go back to your dentist to have them fitted. They will be bonded to the teeth with a special light-activated adhesive. Once the veneers are fixed your dentist will clean your teeth and the process is finished.
Having dental veneers done in Thailand will save you a substantial amount, and even if you upgrade to zirconia, you can get three in Thailand for the price of one at home. Just look at how affordable veneers in Thailand are: perhaps that new straight smile is not as out-of-reach as you thought?
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