You may already be aware of all the cosmetic concerns veneers can conceal, but you may be wondering about the cost.
At our Nashville, TN, office, veneers cost $1,500–$2,000 each, and financing options are available.
See how Dr. John-Morgan Correll at Dental Haus Germantown prices veneers and improves the confidence of his patients through treatment.
Paying for Your Porcelain Veneers
Because veneers are classified as cosmetic dentistry, you will have to pay for them on your own, as dental insurance does not cover procedures that are only meant to improve the appearance of your smile. Fortunately, Dental Haus Germantown, serving Nashville, TN, accepts financing through CareCredit®. This third-party lender allows patients who qualify to pay for dental procedures in affordable monthly installments.
If you need any dentistry treatments to improve the health of your mouth in preparation for veneers, your dental insurance may contribute to the cost of those procedures.
Dental Veneers Are a Good Investment
When dental veneers are cared for properly, they can last more than 10 years, making them well worth the money. During this time, you may benefit from elevated self-esteem, a whiter, healthier-looking smile, strengthened relationships, and more. This cosmetic dentistry treatment can transform your smile and give you the confidence to transform your life.
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Not Sure About Veneers? Consider Dental Bonding First
Because porcelain veneers require the removal of a small amount of enamel from each tooth, they are considered permanent restorations. Before you proceed with treatment, you must be certain you want veneers, because treated teeth will always require some kind of restoration.
If you're not ready to permanently alter your teeth, our Nashville dentist may recommend composite veneers, also referred to as dental bonding, so you can get an idea of how porcelain veneers would look before committing to treatment. Unlike veneers made from porcelain, composite veneers require minimal prep work, are reversible, and can be completed in just one appointment.