How much do dental veneers cost?

They can cost between $1,000 to over $2,000. Also, the expertise involved with the fabrication of the veneer (such as the expertise of the doctor and the lab) can affect the cost.
The cost of porcelain veneers may be anywhere from $700 to $2,000 per tooth. They may cost less in some parts of the country than others.
Fees for any dental service may vary depending on where you live or where your dentist is located (area of country, urban, suburban, center of town, etc.). In addition there are always going to be a range of fees for the same service. This may depend on the experience of the dental practitioner, materials used, esthetic demands of the procedure and complexity of the treatment or procedure.

The above factors certainly apply to veneers where significant cosmetic changes and alterations are planned. 

You may be able to find average fees for dental treatment in your area, but as with most other things just because a product or service may be the cheapest, does not necessarily mean it is the best. Also, you must feel confident in the dentist providing your care.

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