www.dentalholiday.co.uk tooth crowns / veneers abroad How many visits are needed?

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11 Responses to “www.dentalholiday.co.uk tooth crowns / veneers abroad How many visits are needed?”

  1. dentalholiday on June 12th, 2013 at 4:25 am

    Hi Gary, Ideally you’d go for braces if you had the time and money but some filing a 2 all ceramic crowns should do the job. 2 x £297, and you’d need one visit of 4 working days to complete the treatment with us.

  2. mmmmmmmmmGARY on June 12th, 2013 at 5:16 am

    i just want my two “fang” teeth done! they stick out abit and it causes mega insecurity, i dont want them to just be straight like my other teeth i want then have have similar shape, can you tell me the process of this? would i need braces first to straighten them or can i just have them taken out?

    also the price?….could along the lines of £1000 quid do it since its only the two i want crowned?

    Thank you so much for your time.

  3. dentalholiday on June 12th, 2013 at 5:24 am

    - currently the cost in 2011 is £297.

  4. thunderpeel2001 on June 12th, 2013 at 6:07 am

    Write a script and rehearse it. Then make sure you’ve got a decent microphone. This looks so amateur.

  5. Thanks Daniel.

  6. dentalholiday on June 12th, 2013 at 7:19 am

    There are many factors determining the use of veneers or crowns. The best rule to go by is that veneers are purely a cosmetic feature and require less work on the tooth than a crown. However a crown is fixed from all sides, and more likely to stay fixed and protect the tooth long-term. Crowns are restorative and cosmetic.
    Veneers are wafer thin, if more thickness is needed, perhaps a crown will be used,

  7. I have the money for four straight away. But if i want more i will have to save. I still think it would be worth coming over there though because the dental clinic near me charges 410 pounds per veneer and that’s the starting price. So i assume its more for zirconia. One last thing. How do i know if I’m a candidate for veneers. Will my regular dentist be able to tell me?

    Thanks for answering my questions. You’ve been a big help. Hopefully I’ll be visiting your clinic. All the best.

  8. dentalholiday on June 12th, 2013 at 8:17 am

    It’s no problem to split up the visits, but in the longer term that will raise the costs (flights, accommodation) for you and may not make it worthwhile having the treatment done abroad.

  9. That’s not to bad then. Could i come for 4 veneers, then a few months later come for another two. Or will that look odd? Because in my opinion i need around 6 to cover the two front teeth and another two each side. So will i be able to have 4 first, then another two? Is it completely up to me.

  10. dentalholiday on June 12th, 2013 at 8:42 am

    Prices may raise slightly to £320 per veneer if the Pounds doesn’t get any stronger against the euro unfortunately. All payments in the clinic are in British pounds or Euro.

  11. Thanks for this video. I would definitely pay the extra 100 per veneer for zirconia. Will prices raise in 2010? I would be able to come around february – beginning of march. Also, do you accept cash British currency?