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alphawolf asked:

17 May 2009

Veneers - anyone have experience with them and how much did it cost?

Cosmetic Dentistry



nana_0601 says:

Posted on 17 May 2009

Risks and Limitations:

Since the oral cavity contains many kinds of bacteria and experiences many temperature and/or pressure changes throughout a typical day, all dental restorations contain some degree of risk. It is important to follow good oral hygiene and keep the margin (the area where the tooth and the veneer meet) as clean as possible so that decay doesn't develop underneath the porcelain veneers. Restorations with margins above the gum line are easier to maintain than those with margins below the gum line.

In order to minimize these risks, it is important that you follow all of your dentist's instructions, both before and after the procedure.


Cost of porcelain veneers will vary depending on the area you live in and the difficulty of your case. Talk to your doctor at the consultation appointment to get an estimate of the costs. There is a very wide range in cost for veneers because of the many variables involved with each patient. You can expect approximate costs to fall in a range from $900 up to $2,500. This does not reflect what your actual cost may be.

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barbipixi says:

Posted on 18 May 2009

i have a friend that paid $700 per tooth, they grind your real tooth down to a lil point then attach the fake tooth..

if it ever falls off you better not smile until you get back to that dentist!!!


alphawolf says:

Posted on 18 May 2009

Interesting. According to Lumineers you may not need to shave any teeth off:

But my dentists says it usually breaks within 1-2 years and its 1200 per tooth each time it breaks...

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