Porcelain veneers abroad

Porcelain veneers in Poland
Porcelain veneers are effective cosmetic dental treatments that can change the size, shape and colour of your natural teeth. With a porcelain veneer, the enamel of the tooth is covered with a thin layer of porcelain that bonds to your natural teeth enamel. The procedure is safe, but costs can be high unless you take a dental trip abroad. Dental veneers on the NHS are a band 3 treatment costing £269.30 (at time of writing) in England.

Prices are different in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, where patients may be asked to contribute up to 80% of the cost. For those who need to use a private dentist, costs start at £500. Getting porcelain veneers abroad can save from £350 up to £600 per tooth, and the treatment is fast, safe and efficient too.

How We Do What We Do

Porcelain veneers are customised to match the natural smile of our patients and are much longer lasting than resin veneers. Our high-quality porcelain veneers are backed with a five-year quality guarantee; however, it should be mentioned that not all patients are ideal candidates for porcelain veneers.

Before we proceed with any treatment, we first discuss a treatment plan with you and will ask questions relating to your dental history including if you have a history of teeth grinding, or are prone to jaw clenching, which can affect your suitability to porcelain veneers.

Why People Choose Polish My Smile for Porcelain Veneers Abroad

Our state-of-the-art dental clinic in Krakow, Poland is fitted out with the latest in dental technology to offer the most cost-effective cosmetic dental treatment of the highest standards. We are well-established and known for our friendly and professional dental tourism packages with the majority of our patients from the UK and Ireland saving thousands of pounds per treatment.

Getting porcelain veneers abroad in our clinic can potentially save up to £600 per tooth. Even with airfares, hotel stays, transport costs to and from our clinic and eating out in the City of Krakow; a two-day trip often saves our British patients around 50% of the cost of dental veneers in the UK.

Furthermore, in one appointment, we can examine your mouth, take a high-res full mouth scan, go through a dental treatment plan and even give you a set of porcelain veneers the very same day!

Our patients arriving from overseas to have porcelain veneers fitted are always astounded with the speed, efficiency, quality and service provided by our highly regarded dentists and the rest of the care team.

How to Know if Porcelain Veneers will Work for You

Porcelain veneers are ideally suited to those who have perhaps some tooth discolouration, and those who have a natural bite that isn’t too heavy. Those troubled with teeth grinding or jaw clenching may be more suited to crowns, which cover more of the tooth. With porcelain veneers, only a 0.5mm to 1mm of your natural tooth enamel is filed back to have a custom-made porcelain veneer bonded to the surface and the top of the tooth. Quality veneers, with quality dental care, once fitted can last for decades.

What Porcelain Veneers Can Do for Your Smile

Porcelain veneers abroad
Porcelain veneers are more resistant to staining than other types of dental veneers

For those with crooked teeth, porcelain veneers are an excellent choice to make your teeth appear straighter without the need to have braces fitted.

Offers a quick natural-looking repair for chipped teeth

Our colour matching porcelain veneers give you an all-natural looking smile. Did you know there’s no such as thing as all natural white teeth? The shade of your teeth is either yellowy-white or a more grey-white tone. Completely white is bleached, and people know when it’s been done. Our cosmetic dental treatments focus on giving patients a natural smile they crave, without the bleaching effect.  

Porcelain veneers are also great candidates for filling gaps between teeth.

How to Take Care of Porcelain Veneers

Caring for porcelain veneers is no different than caring for your natural teeth. Routinely brushing, flossing and eating the right foods is good for your teeth and dental veneers.

For best care, have a dental check-up every six months. This gives dentists the best chance at spotting potential problems early.

Be cautious about how you chew. Chewing anything hard will grind your natural teeth, and with porcelain veneers, they can chip and crack, just like the enamel on your teeth can too. Avoid fingernail biting, chewing pen caps and biting into anything frozen.

Charcoal based toothpaste and any other abrasive kinds of toothpastes are best avoided as while they can help whiten natural teeth; they can cause discolouration of dental veneers.