Dental veneer or known as porcelain veneer is the ultimate restoration for discoloured, chipped or broken, unshapely, fractured or misaligned teeth. It is not only allowing the alternation of tooth position, shape, size and colour for enhancing your smile, but a dental veneer will also not cause a gum issue as this treatment requires a minimal amount of tooth’s enamel layer. A dental veneer is more durable than a dental crown or bonding, and is therefore a relatively conservative technique that can increase more confidence with your beautiful smile.
How do I get Dental Veneers in Thailand?
For an idea of price and procedure for dental veneers click here and complete the free quote form. Once this is completed, we will discuss your options with our dentists. Where possible our dentists can change the appearance of crooked or discoloured teeth. The results really are outstanding.
Send us your x-rays. This can be achieved by visiting your own dentist or we can refer you to one.
We organise your flights, your accommodation your transfers. In other words the works. Once you arrive in Bangkok or Phuket, you will be met at the airport and dropped to your hotel. The following day you will have your first appointment with the dentist to discuss your case, and prepare for your dental make over.
We generally like to keep our clients in hotels near to the dental clinics. It is much easier to stay in close proximity and the hotels we use are rarely further away than a ten minute walk.
Before you leave home, you will be given an idea of how long you will be expected to stay in Thailand. For dental veneers, 2-3 appointments within a 10-12 day stay will see you leaving Thailand with your brand new smile.
FAQs about Dental Veneers
How do I know if veneers are for me?
You should consider getting veneers if you suffer any of the following…
- Teeth that are discoloured which may have been a result from a root canal treatment, stained by tetracycline or other drugs, excessive fluoride usage, or the presence of large resin fillings that discolour the teeth.
- Teeth that are worn down.
- Teeth that are chipped or broken.
- Teeth that are misaligned or irregularly shaped.
- Teeth with gaps between them (to close the space between these teeth).
“Ordinarily I would have been a trembling mess, and although I was still nervous, the experience was so much better than I ever expected.”
Kerri traveled with Medi-Cation and received dental work in September 2013.