Why are veneers cheaper in Turkey?
A dental veneer treated in Turkey is a prosthetic device made up of a fine ceramic particle which compensates for a defect in the structure, morphology, position or color of the tooth. It is less mutilating than a crown.
As a veneer is composed only of ceramic, it is imperatively glued. This bonding is carried out protected from humidity using an operating field. Dental (enamel and dentin) and prosthetic surfaces must be prepared before applying the adhesive. These steps are not specifically painful but performing a prior anesthesia will provide more comfort.
Dental veneers in Turkey are cheaper than any other place, even if we present high quality and prestigious service; our aim is to make the patient satisfied and happy at the end of his dental treatment
Dental veneers in turkey are cheaper as the price starts from 200 € per each up to 400 €.
And you cannot find such a good offer somewhere else.
A Dental veneer or a crown in Turkey?
A crown is a prosthetic device which a complete crimping of the tooth unlike the veneer which covers only the visible part of the tooth. Thus, a tooth decayed by decay or trauma should preferably be replaced by a crown. On the other hand, a tooth with a minor cosmetic defect can be replaced by a veneer. A dental crown is also cheaper than to make it in Europe or America.
Dental veneers have an impressive durability and can last for many years. It is a luxurious treatment but in Turkey prices are very attractive and cheaper to help the patient have a beautiful smile. Like most oral treatments except dental implants, they are not permanent and may need to be replaced after some time.
Following the placement of dental veneers, the patient does not feel any particular pain or sensitivity. The tooth enamel should be filed down a little before fixing the veneers. This preparatory step is relevant so as not to finish with a tooth that is too thick. The dental veneers performed by our dental surgeon are the thinnest and most natural. Post operation care is even more important than the procedure itself. A number of tips must be observed.
- Avoid sticky foods.
- Avoid too much sugar.
- Eat a balanced diet.
- Report any swelling or pain to the dentist.
- Wear a mouth guard if you play sports.
- Wear your retainer to keep your teeth in their correct position.