Minor misalignment and other cosmetic concerns can be concealed with veneers, but you may be curious about how to pay for them.
Insurance won't cover the cost of veneers, but we offer special financing that allows patients to get the aesthetic upgrade they desire.
Drs. John D. Meola, Elise Vincelette, and Ryan Blissett in Boston, MA, can show you how this dentistry treatment is worth the price.
Understanding the Cost of Veneers
The cost of veneers greatly depends on each patient's individual needs. Before your veneers are placed, you will meet with one of our cosmetic dentists in Boston, MA, to go over your aesthetic goals. They will then make a custom veneers treatment plan and review the associated costs with you.
The cost of your dental veneers will depend on:
The Number of Veneers You Need
Depending on your cosmetic goals, you may need one or several dental veneers to achieve your desired look. The more veneers you need, the higher the cost.
The Materials Used to Make Your Veneers
Our practice provides high-quality porcelain, zirconia, and chromium cobalt veneers rather than composite veneers to give patients the best possible smile. Zirconia, chromium cobalt, and porcelain veneers cost more than composite veneers, but they're more durable and mimic the reflective properties of natural teeth.
The Need for Prior Treatments
If you have dental issues like cavities, tooth decay, or gum disease, they will have to be treated before your veneers can be placed. This will help ensure a healthy foundation for your cosmetic dentistry. Additionally, any desired teeth whitening treatments should take place prior to receiving your veneers so they can be color-matched to your whiter shade.
Will My Insurance Cover the Cost?
Insurance typically doesn't cover cosmetic procedures like veneers, but our Boston, MA, office has solutions to help patients afford treatment and achieve beautiful smiles.