Last fact-checked: 4 June 2019
One of the easiest ways to alter your smile for the better, dental veneers in Vietnam are made all the more affordable when booking in with one of Dental Departures’ quality-checked dentists.
Unfortunately, for such a quick and simple procedure, dental veneers are normally not a cheap option: just one veneer alone can cost upwards of AUD $1,500. This is why Vietnam is such a great alternative for dental veneers, as you can expect savings of around 75% per tooth compared to countries like Australia and New Zealand.
Whether you plan to travel here specifically for the treatment or decide to have them while you on holiday, the downtime is barely noticeable and won’t prevent you from making the most of your time in the exotic Southeast Asian country.
If you have one tooth that is spoiling your look–whether it is damaged, discolored or misshapen–a dental veneer will disguise it, blending in seamlessly with your other teeth.
Veneers are also often used to give patients a complete smile makeover, hiding the front four, six or eight teeth that show when you smile. It's a speedy alternative to time-consuming orthodontic work, which, as an adult, you may not feel comfortable embarking upon.
A number of different materials and brands can be used for dental veneers, at various price points. In Vietnam, the exact same materials and brands your dentist at home uses are available, including eMax® and Lumineers®. Because of the lower cost of living in Vietnam, prices are substantially less.
Finding a quality dentist will ensure your dental veneers are fitted perfectly in place. Our dentists are all checked for quality, and we make sure qualifications, professional memberships and legal/criminal records are verified. Clinic visits and real patient reviews are also part of our background checks, and we only list those dentists who pass our quality measures. For our patients, this is an important factor in deciding whether a dentist is the right one for them.
This depends on how many veneers you want, and whether your dental clinic has its own onsite CAD/CAM ceramic studios. If you are only having one or two veneers, and your clinic has CAD/CAM technology, you may get same-day service. However, most patients will usually need to allow up to five days–an appointment with the dentist on the first and last day for preparing the teeth and fitting the veneers, with the lab work taking place in between.
The procedure is simple. On your first visit, the teeth receiving the veneers will be prepared by shaving a sliver of enamel off the front of each tooth. Impressions are then made and sent to the lab. At this point, your dentist will also discuss with you the various materials and brand options available.
When you return, your new dental veneers will be fitted using a special light-activated adhesive which bonds the veneers securely to the teeth. After a thorough clean by your dentist, your new smile is ready to show the world.
The average price of Dental Veneers in Vietnam is around AUD $400 per tooth, compared to around AUD $1,600 in Australia and New Zealand, making for huge savings if you are having several dental veneers.
Check out three top-rated clinics in Vietnam below, all of which you can book an appointment for your dental veneers through Dental Departures:
You can schedule your dental appointment online directly with us, or by calling our toll-free number or via any of our online listings. You can always talk to our Customer Care Team if you have any questions, too – just use the online chat function that pops up on our site. Find out more about dental veneers in Vietnam with us and look out for our exclusive online discounts.
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