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Cost of Veneers in Austin TX




How much do veneers cost?

  • Porcelain Veneers in the US cost from $1,000 to $4000 per tooth depending on where you go and which cosmetic dentist you go to.
  • When we start talking about the cost of veneers and how much does it cost to get veneers, another main question we have to consider is: how many veneers are we doing or how many of the teeth in the smile are we treating?
  • In general porcelain Veneers are priced per tooth or per veneer.
  • On the average porcelain Veneers can cost anywhere from $1000-$4000 per tooth.
  • $1,000 to $4,000 per tooth is a big range but I would say the average would be about $1500-$2500 per tooth.
  • I practice in Austin Texas and the cost of veneers in Texas on the average is about $1800 per tooth.
  • Some celebrity Dentists in New York and Beverly Hills have been known to charge in the $3000-$4000 per tooth range.

Ultimately, how much it costs to get veneers depends on:

  1. the type of veneer you get
  2. where you go (which state or country you visit)
  3. the experience of the Cosmetic Dentist
  4. which Cosmetic Dentist you go to

Here’s a sample pricing sheet from our office.

How many veneers do people usually get?

  • When getting a smile makeover people usually get 8 to 10 of their upper teeth done with veneers.
  • For the average smile makeover we consider doing 8 or 10 of the top front teeth. The reason why we say 8 to 10 teeth is that when people smile they usually show on the average 8 to 10 of their top teeth.
  • When trying to achieve a nice full and broad smile, 8 to 10 top teeth can give you a brighter, fuller, and bigger smile.
  • You can even do it right now, you can go over to the mirror and smile really big or take a selfie of you smiling and count how many teeth you see when you smile. On the average person that’s going to be about 8 to 10 of the top front teeth.
  • And because of that in most cosmetic dental offices, we usually recommend about 8 to 10 veneers on the top teeth.

How long do porcelain veneers last?

  • Porcelain veneers when done well and correctly can last 10-15 years and longer. This is a guideline. Porcelain Veneers can last even longer.
  • Porcelain Veneers are a significant investment and when considering the benefits and how long they last they can be a very good investment.
  • Also, after 10 or 15 years porcelain veneers don’t always have to be replaced so you potentially could have your porcelain veneers for even longer than 15 years.
  • After 15 years if the veneers are doing well, you’re not having issues, you’re still enjoying the way they look and still like the color then there would not be a reason to replace them
  • Keeping up with daily brushing, flossing, good habits, and routine professional dental checkups and cleanings are ways to make porcelain veneers last longer.

Is there a warranty on veneers?

  • Most porcelain veneers have a warranty on them for a period of time.
  • In general I feel that most cosmetic dental offices do offer some type of warranty on their porcelain Veneers.
  • I’ve heard anywhere from just a few years, to five years, to even longer for a warranty on porcelain veneers
  • Most times the warranty is based on the agreement that you are keeping up with the regular care and maintenance of the porcelain veneers.
  • Which means that you’re brushing your teeth twice a day, flossing once a day, and visiting the dental office twice a year for your routine dental cleanings and checkups.

Why are veneers so expensive?

  • Veneers are custom crafted and hand made and designed. Getting veneers is a cosmetic procedure completed by a highly trained team of professionals. The procedure is completed by a cosmetic dentist.
  • First off, they are Handmade by a Ceramist. This is a trained individual who is an artist that works with porcelain.
  • They are Custom made for each person and for each of their teeth.
  • They are Custom fit and Custom color and Shape and Size.
  • They can take several days or weeks to make.
  • They are Designed by a Trained Cosmetic Dentist who specializes in Smile Design
  • The Porcelain veneers Procedure is performed by a Cosmetic Dentist
  • High quality materials that can be safely bonded to your natural teeth are used and highly skilled people and Licensed Dentists are needed to complete the procedure.
  • And the procedure is very complicated, irreversible, and technique sensitive involving a major part of the body.
  • The Cost of Porcelain Veneers generally includes anesthesia, sedation, multiple appointments, post op visits and more
  • Veneers are a long term solution and when done properly they are built to Last 15 years and longer.

Are there payment plans for veneers?

  • Most offices offer financing or some form of payment options for veneers. Here’s a breakdown of the ways that people may pay for their veneers. 40% of people pay with credit card.
  • 10% of people pay with cash and 50% of patients use some type of financing to finance their porcelain veneers treatment.Many cosmetic dental offices work with financing companies like Care Credit, Lending point, Lending club or Alphaeon.Click a Link Below to apply for Financing
  • Care credit is like a credit card that can be used at dental offices, plastic surgery offices, veterinary offices and many other health care businesses.

Is there financing for veneers?

  • When someone is approved for care credit, they are approved for a specific amount and are offered certain terms.
  • So a person gets funded to get their cosmetic treatment done and then can break up those payments with care credit and make monthly payments
  • Some of the terms we’ve seen are 12 to 24 months at 0% interest.
  • To clarify, Care credit does evaluate your credit and approves you for a certain amount based on your monthly income and credit
  • For example, let’s say the cost to get porcelain veneers is $15,000.
  • Depending on how far payments are spread out.
  • The $15,000 smile makeover is now broken down into monthly payments.
  • Monthly payments could be anywhere from $625/ month to $2,500/ month and terms could be from 6 months to 24 months.
  • Click the links above to find out more about financing your new smile.


  • Veneers are an elective cosmetic procedure and are generally not covered by dental insurance.

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