How much do veneers cost in Singapore?



If you’ve always dreamt of having that perfect pearly smile, you must have at one time considered dental veneers.

They are thin, tooth-colored shells that are adhered to the front surface of teeth. Veneers are designed to help hide or correct dental damage, such as stains and discoloration, chips and fractures, large fillings, crowding, and spacing issues between teeth.

What Are Dental Veneers?

Dental veneers are a quick and minimally invasive procedure. Each one is customized to the requirements of the patient, including the shape, shade, and number that is needed. Treatment can normally be completed within two appointments.

However, for many patients, the cost of getting dental veneers in Singapore is what sets them back. Typically, veneers can cost anywhere from $300 for composite resin veneers and around $1,100 for porcelain veneers per tooth, depending on the degree of treatment required.

While this might seem costly, the procedure does require very high-quality materials, a tailored approach, and an eye for aesthetics and detail from an experienced dentist. Furthermore, with proper care and maintenance, porcelain veneers can last up to 20 years. Many forward-thinking patients who have had veneers placed with us have said that getting veneers was one of the best investments they have made in themselves.

What Determines The Cost Of Dental Veneers?

In this article, we will explain what goes behind that price tag of getting dental veneers, and comparison of materials used.

Here are some of the factors that contribute to the cost of dental veneers:

  • The type of material used: Veneers can be made from a variety of materials, including porcelain, composite resin, and ceramic. Porcelain veneers are the most expensive type of veneer, but they are also the most durable and long-lasting.
  • The number of teeth being veneered: The more teeth that need to be veneered, the higher the cost will be.
  • The location of the dentist’s office: The cost of dental veneers can vary depending on the location of the dentist’s office. In general, dentists in urban areas charge more than dentists in rural areas.
  • The experience of the dentist: The more experienced the dentist, the higher the cost will be.

If you are considering getting dental veneers, it is important to talk to your dentist about the costs involved. Your dentist can help you to determine the best type of veneer for your needs and budget.

Which Type Of Veneer Is Best For Me?

The type of veneer you choose will depend on your budget, needs, and preferences. Your dentist will also assess the type of dental veneer that will work best for you. There are two types of veneers: porcelain and resin-based composite.

Porcelain veneers

Porcelain veneers are made from thin and strong pieces of porcelain. They are placed on the tops and sides of the teeth. To attach them, your dentist will likely need to remove some enamel from the tooth before placing them.

Porcelain veneers are aesthetically superior and can have the same color as natural teeth, but it is possible to make them whiter too depending on your requirements. On that note, porcelain veneers are a fantastic option for patients with severe teeth discoloration that cannot be corrected with teeth whitening.

Resin-based composite veneers

Resin-based composite veneers are similar to porcelain veneers, but they tend to be less expensive and require less enamel removal. Sometimes, a dentist may not even have to remove any enamel before placing the composite veneer. These can normally be done in a single appointment.

However, compared to porcelain veneers, resin-based veneers are less durable and are more prone to staining over time.

Here are the main differences:

CharacteristicPorcelain veneersResin-based composite veneers
CostMore expensiveLess expensive
DurabilityMore durableLess durable
StainingLess prone to stainingMore prone to staining
Enamel removalSome enamel removal requiredLess enamel removal required or no enamel removal required
AppointmentsMultiple appointments requiredSingle appointment required

Ultimately, the best type of veneer for you will depend on your individual needs and preferences. Talk to your dentist to discuss which type of veneer is right for you.

Can I Pay For My Veneers With Medisave?

Unfortunately, dental veneers are not Medisave-claimable. Medisave claims are reserved for surgical procedures only, such as wisdom tooth removal. Veneers are considered a cosmetic procedure.

Do you have any other questions? Feel free to contact us and our team of skilled dentists will be happy to help!



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