How much do veneers cost?

Veneers can cost between $900 – $1,200 and inspire a priceless confidence in your smile. Let’s walk through the factors that affect the cost of veneers to help you find the right solution for you.

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How much are veneers at Celebrate Dental?

Veneers can cost between $900 – $1,200

What affects how much veneers cost?

Veneers are priced per tooth—so the more you need, the higher the cost. Your Celebrate Dental care team will work with you to find a plan that meets your needs—including third-party financing options.

What affects how much veneers cost?

  • Material used
  • How many teeth
  • Permanent vs snap on
  • Where you live
  • Dentist’s skill

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Types of veneers

Porcelain veneers

  • Thin, custom-made shells designed to fit on your teeth
  • Stronger, more durable, and more stain-resistant than composite veneers
  • More costly and may take more visits

Composite resin veneers

  • Made by bonding tooth-colored material to your teeth
  • Require less enamel to be removed from your teeth than for porcelain veneers
  • Can sometimes be completed in just one visit and are easy to fix if damaged

Partial set of veneers vs. a full set of veneers

The cost of veneers is per tooth, so the more teeth you treat, the higher the cost. Your dentist will work with you to meet your needs and budget.

Exploring the price of veneers

Prices can vary from state-to-state and even among offices within the same community. The experience level of your practitioner may also impact the cost of placing your veneers

So, how much does it cost to get veneers?

When you visit an Celebrate Dental provider, you’ll receive a personal treatment plan that outlines exactly how much your veneers will cost. And if you still have questions about whether you can afford veneers, we’ll help with that, too—because everyone’s treatment plan is an unique as your dental care needs.

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Veneers Cost FAQ’s

How much do veneers cost vs. crowns cost?

Veneers and crowns can be costly. Individual costs vary, depending on the size of your tooth, where it is in your mouth, and the average prices in your area.

Most dental insurance programs won’t cover cosmetic dentistry. Also, most dental plans have a maximum annual limit of coverage. Check with your insurance company to see what they’ll cover.


According to the American Cosmetic Dentistry organization, the cost for a veneer can range between $925 to $2,500 per tooth.

Porcelain veneers are more expensive than composite veneers, but they last longer, according to the Consumer Guide to Dentistry. The price of composite veneers ranges from $250 to $1,500 per tooth.


The cost of a crown varies by the material used to make the crown, the amount of prep work needed, and the size of the tooth.

According to the Consumer Guide to Dentistry, crowns can range in price from $1,000 to $3,500 per tooth. This figure doesn’t include other procedures such as core buildup or root canals that might be needed before the crown is made.

Porcelain and ceramic crowns tend to be slightly more expensive than all-metal crowns.

Does insurance cover veneers?

It is unlikely your dental insurance will cover the cost of veneers unless there is a clear medical reason for the veneers. Most people get veneers for cosmetic reasons, which dental insurance plans typically do not cover.

You may investigate some dental plan options that could offer some financial support for veneers or other cosmetic dentistry options. For example, many dentists work with financing companies to create payment plans, so you can get cosmetic dentistry from your current dentist who knows your smile or from a professional they recommend.

Your dental insurance may also offer a health savings plan. You can begin putting money in this plan, so you can quickly save up for veneers.

How much do veneers cost?

The Consumer Guide to Dentistry found that the cost of porcelain or composite veneers can differ based on the general cost of living in your area, your dentist’s individual fees, and the artistic and technical skill of the dentist creating and placing them. Your dental insurance may cover some of the cost, but this is unlikely since many dental insurance companies consider veneers to be a cosmetic treatment.

Costs range greatly according to the materials used.


The cost is usually $925 to $2,500 per tooth. These veneers can last at least 10 years, potentially as long as 20 years, so you will not pay to replace your veneers often throughout your lifetime.

Resin-Based Composite

These are much more affordable for most people, with a price range of $250 to $1,500 per tooth. However, these veneers are much less durable. By the end of their life, they may not look like natural teeth.

With good care, composite veneers last five to seven years, but this means you will replace them much more often than porcelain veneers. This consistent replacement may make them more expensive over your lifetime.

Snap on veneers cost?

Since permanent veneers are so expensive and not guaranteed to last forever, more people are turning to a less expensive, temporary (even, for some, removable) type of “veneer.” There are even mail-order, at-home options. You create a mold of your teeth and then send it to the company’s lab to have a custom, snap-on bridge created and mailed back to you.

Snap-on veneers are made from dental resin, and they are thin and durable. They are more comfortable for many people compared to invasive dental procedures that require shaving off some of your enamel. The typical cost of snap-on veneers, measured and placed in a dentist’s office, is between $1,000 and $3,000 for an upper or a lower arch. You may be able to find options that are $500 to $1,000 for one arch.

At-home snap-on veneers can be as inexpensive as $250 to $500 per arch.

Although this can be an appealing, short-term solution to covering stained teeth, or teeth with old chips or cracks, they are not a good option compared to other veneers. They can increase your risk of plaque and tooth decay. They are poor quality and not as durable as resin-based composite or porcelain. They may be uncomfortable as they are not as well fitted to your teeth, and they can soften when exposed to heat. You cannot consume hot food or drinks while wearing snap-on veneers.

How much does a full set of veneers cost?

The price of a full set of veneers varies, depending on what is considered a “full set.” A set of six, covering the “social six” front teeth, costs between $10,800 and $15,000. A larger set of eight veneers costs $14,400 to $20,000. The actual price varies, depending on where you live, your dentist’s skill with veneers, and other factors.

Veneers are often associated with the Hollywood smile — dazzling and bright white. Such a quick, total change in your smile has a Hollywood star’s price tag attached to it. Although many people are opting for some types of cosmetic dental procedures, it is rare for the average person to pay for a full set of veneers.

How much do individual veneers cost?

Individual veneers range in cost from as low as $925 to as much as $2,500 per tooth, according to the American Dental Association (ADA).

Composite veneers, rather than ceramic, can cost as little as $400 per tooth, but these do not last as long as porcelain veneers and will not look as natural. Although it costs more upfront, ceramic veneers last for over a decade, so they are more cost-effective.

Many people get individual veneers because they need to improve the appearance of teeth that are stained or damaged but do not need other types of dental treatment like root canals. Unlike a dental implant, a veneer does not replace a natural tooth, as it requires the presence of the tooth to stay in place.

How do you pay for veneers?

Since dental insurance will not cover the cost of veneers, you can consider other options. Some dental savings plans allow you to use this money to pay for cosmetic treatment, including veneers or clear plastic aligners. You may also be able to work with your dentist to set up a dental loan for your treatment.

Medical references and resources

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Average Cost of Veneers and What Affects Veneers Cost –

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Porcelain Veneers – Procedure Costs & Recovery –

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