The cost of a single board depends on many factors. From the country where you had the surgery, to the materials, where you got them (hospital, private practice, etc.). Usually, the price refers to the price of a single tooth veneer, so one tooth veneer. Now that you know the price and type of veneer you’re dealing with, let’s take a deeper look.
How much do veneers cost per tooth?
So let’s get into the details and talk money. If you’re planning to have dental veneers, how much do they cost? What is the price difference based on material type? Which are the most common materials? The most expensive tend to be E-Max veneered zirconia, as they are of the highest quality and technology and tend to last a long time, making them a long-term investment. The cheapest option is resin-based composite veneers, but they tend to have a short lifespan and break easily, requiring additional veneers and additional procedures in the future. These may seem affordable in terms of upfront cost but can be expensive in the long run. It is important to note that these prices vary widely as they take into account prices in different countries, different clinics, and hospitals, different taxes, etc. Here is how much veneers cost per tooth:
|material or type||Price per board per minute||maximum. Price per board|
|Composite resin veneer||100$||600$|
Now that we know the cost of veneers per tooth, let’s look at the average cost of veneers. If we want to know the average price of a veneer regardless of country, type or any other influencing factors, we can say:
- The average price of porcelain veneers is: 1200$
- The average price of an E-Max veneer is: 1300$
- The average price of zirconia veneers is: 1400$
- The average price of a composite veneer is: 350$
- The average price for Lumineers veneers: is $1500
- The average price of a Same-Day veneer is: 1600$
These are comparing prices from around the world, comparing the average costs of different brands and different clinics. This should help get an idea.