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Advantages of Having Veneers Abroad 

The dental veneer procedure is popular because of the immediate results it offers. You can have a brand-new Hollywood smile in one or two sessions. Saving time and cost are the two main advantages of getting veneers abroad appealing.

Having veneers abroad could cost you 40% - 50% less compared to UK or US. And in some cases, the treatment is completed on the same day.

There are other appeals to having veneers abroad:

Doctors abroad speak and communicate in English 

Some patients might hesitate to consider having veneers treatment abroad because of language or cultural barriers. But in medical tourism destinations like Turkey, Hungary, and Poland, the doctors regularly serve international patients. They can communicate in good English.

Some doctors had their training abroad, which explains their good English proficiency. Also, their clinics have assistants who communicate in English.

You can have access to one of Europe's leading cosmetic dentists

The geographical location plays a role. Turkey and Hungary have gained a reputation as top destinations for dental cosmetics. Also, the vast number of patients who travel to these destinations adds value to their experience and understanding of international patients' expectations.

Modern facilities and equipment 

The specialist dentist is using the latest technology and equipment in their field. Ensuring your treatment will have great results and a higher success rate.

Tips for choosing the suitable veneer clinics abroad 

  • Prioritize the treatment you need: you need to understand the type of veneers you need. Visit your local dentist and understand what treatment best suits your case.

  • Create a shortlist of possible clinics abroad:  research the clinic you're planning to visit overseas for your teeth veneers. Most reputable clinics will have an official website, and you can examine the dentist's expertise, reviews, and credentials. 

  • Check the local regulation: It is essential to know how dental treatment is regulated in your chosen country. This will help you identify reputable clinics registered with the governing body or national association. It will also tell you about your rights.

  • Prepare a list of questions for your doctor: prepare a list of questions to ensure you receive quality treatment. Common questions to ask - do they provide a translator? Do they have patients' testimonials? Is the clinic registered with the national association?

Ideal Candidate for Veneers

You're an ideal candidate for teeth veneer treatment abroad if you're looking for a minor dental cosmetic improvement like improving the teeth' shape and color. Or if you suffer from severely stained teeth. You should have good oral health, sufficient teeth enamel, and practice oral hygiene.  

Veneer Cost Abroad  

Some of the factors that affect the cost are the location of the clinics, the surgeon's experience, and the technique used


Estimate Cost


€200 - €450 per tooth


€900 - €2000 per tooth


€190 per tooth


€2000 per tooth

Learn more about Veneers in Turkey by comparing costs and reviewing the clinics and doctors.

Veneers Clinics(92 Clinics)

Istanbul, Turkey
Dentavivo Verified
  • Accredited by JCI
  • 97% would recommend
  • Provides safe and painless dental treatments
  • Internationally trained dentists
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Luna Clinic Turkey
Istanbul, Turkey
Luna Clinic Turkey Verified
  • Preliminary and follow-up examination
  • 98% would recommend
  • 1000+ treatments(operations) last year
  • Internationally trained surgeons
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Istanbul European Clinic
Istanbul, Turkey
Istanbul European Clinic Verified
  • 97% would recommend
  • Uses cutting-edge tech
  • Accredited by TSAPS (Turkish Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery)
  • Well-equipped staff
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DentGroup Maslak
Istanbul, Turkey
DentGroup Maslak Verified
  • Founded in 2015
  • Advanced technology investment
  • Highly regarded & globally successful dentists
  • Accredited by JCI
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Dentram Dental Clinic
Istanbul, Turkey
Dentram Dental Clinic Verified
  • Monitored by ISO 9001:2008 (Quality Management System)
  • Founded in 1994
  • World-class dentists
  • High quality hygiene policy
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Novadis Dental Clinic
Istanbul, Turkey
Novadis Dental Clinic Verified
  • 90% would recommend
  • JCI-Certified
  • Advanced technology
  • 15 years of experience
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Dis Levent Dental Clinic
Istanbul, Turkey
Dis Levent Dental Clinic Verified
  • Member of the Turkish Dental Association
  • Provides aftercare
  • High review rate
  • Personalized treatment program
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YEG Clinic
Istanbul, Turkey
YEG Clinic Verified
  • Designed with modern medical technology
  • Recovery satisfaction rate over %90
  • Popular by international patients
  • Great location
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Istanbul Dental Center
Istanbul, Turkey
Istanbul Dental Center Verified
  • Has the NQA UKAS Quality Management Certificate
  • Follows strict standards to deliver exceptional services
  • Covers all areas of dentistry
  • Designed according to international standards
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Ezgi's Smile House
Antalya, Turkey
Ezgi's Smile House Verified
  • Follows the latest treatment trends
  • Uses the latest technology
  • Follows the latest treatment trends
  • JCI-Certified
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By Abdulaziz Ali - Medically reviewed by Dt. Musa Kaya, on Apr 17, 2023

Who is not a good candidate for dental veneers?

A study on the clinical performance of veneers shows that patients that tend to grind their teeth during the night should take precautions after a porcelain veneer procedure – wearing a nightguard is mandatory for some individuals, as the grinding can damage the veneers.

What you should do before the treatment? 

A dental veneer procedure does not require extensive preparations – it is a simple and safe procedure.

How is dental veneer treatment performed?

A dental veneer process needs to be divided into three separate appointments, two days apart. 

Usually,  the dentist will begin preparing the patient’s teeth for the porcelain veneers – 3-5 mm from the front of the teeth’s enamel is removed by the dentist with the use of a small drill.

A mold is then taken and temporary veneers are placed. In the second appointment, the dentist will test the new dental veneers on the patient’s teeth and make adjustments, if they are necessary. In the last appointment, the surface of the patient’s teeth is roughened up so that the porcelain veneers can bind better to them. The veneers are placed and a binding agent is used to cement them in place.

Are dental veneers worth the risk?

A porcelain veneer procedure is a simple and safe cosmetic dentistry technique used in dental clinics from all around the world but there are certain considerations that need to be considered. A study on dental veneers shows that smokers and patients suffering from bruxism have a higher chance of developing complications.

The overall complication rate is around 7%. Dental veneers complications are rare, but they can include: 

  • Increased sensitivity of the teeth 
  • The veneers can get damaged for a wide range of reasons – they will need to be replaced 
  • Placement issues 
  • Color irregularities between the porcelain veneers and natural teeth – smoking can affect the color of nearby teeth, making the veneers seem whiter by comparison.

Side effects of dental veneers 

Some patients may feel discomfort and some pain during the procedure. It is common to experience more teeth sensitivity for a few days after the treatment. 

How successful is dental veneer treatment?

A survey based on 84 porcelain veneer reviews reports the satisfaction rate of dental veneers at 93.5%, 10 years after the procedure is done.

What to expect from dental veneers before and after?

Veneers are indistinguishable from natural teeth. Given their long lifespan and accessible price, porcelain veneers are an excellent choice for any individual who wishes to improve their smile. Patients can ask for veneers before and after pictures before traveling abroad for treatment.

Which Veneers are better for you?

Veneers come in many different shapes, sizes, materials, and application techniques. This is why it’s a good idea to check the various types of veneers available and pick the ones that better fit your needs and expectations. Veneers are not created by your dentist, but by a dental technician, often in an off-site laboratory.

During your first visit to the dentist, the doctor will make an impression of the teeth that will hold the veneers. This impression will later be sent to a dental technician who will later fabricate the veneers, making sure they will fit securely over your natural teeth.

Once the new veneers arrive the dentist will proceed to remove a portion of the enamel from each tooth individually before using dental cement to permanently place them. The dental cement itself can be more opaque or more translucent, depending on the state and color of your natural tooth.

Here is a short overview of the different types of veneers available for patients:

Stacked Ceramic Dental Veneers

Stacked ceramic veneers are produced from a large amount of very thin layers of porcelain stacked on top of each other. The number of layers can be altered until the veneers closely resemble the shape, color, and translucency of the patient’s natural tooth. Stacked ceramic veneers are generally better looking than other types of veneers but they are not as strong.

Pressed Ceramic Veneers

Pressed ceramic veneers are generally easier to produce, making them a bit more affordable compared to other options. They are also a bit thicker than stacked ceramic or lithium disilicate veneers, meaning that more of the patient’s enamel needs to be removed before placement.

The biggest advantage of pressed ceramic veneers is their durability.

Zirconia Based Veneers

Zirconia-based dental veneers are one of the strongest types of veneers available. As such, zirconia-based veneers are often used on teeth affected by cavities or cracks.

Zirconia is such a strong material that it’s currently being used for dental crowns as well, meaning that your teeth are safe from any crack or fracture. Being opaque means that it can be used by the dentist to hide stains or cavities within the treated tooth.

Lithium Disilicate Veneers

Patients suffering from teeth grinding or bruxism can opt for lithium disilicate veneers. These veneers are the strongest available, being able to sustain pressure from teeth grinding and chewing hard foods.

While also aesthetically pleasing, lithium disilicate veneers are also more expensive compared to other types of materials – these veneers are created using high-tech methods such as computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing. 

Composite Veneers

Composite veneers are created from composite resin, which is also used for tooth fillings. Composite veneers can be used to treat chips, cracks, and discoloration of the teeth with a process called dental bonding. The dentist will create a resin that matches the color of the surrounding teeth before applying it to the tooth surface in layers.

The resin is then shaped and polished until the desired shape is achieved. Composite veneers may be more affordable than other types of veneers but they are not as durable and can develop stains after some time.