Veneer Costs (UK Prices)

Price checked December 2024:

Comparing the cost of Veneers

The price of veneers will typically vary from practice to practice, as well as the type of veneer and brand you choose. Typically, on average for porcelain veneers, patients can expect to pay between £600 and £1,300 with current cost increases included. At our practice in Surrey, we’re able to offer cheaper veneers than practices in London, due to our location, which means our patients can opt for porcelain veneers at only £990 per tooth. We also offer 0% dental finance for patients looking to break up their payments into 12 manageable monthly instalments. You also have the option for opting for longer terms up to 60 months, 14.9% interest-bearing.

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How much do veneers cost for a full mouth?

With dental veneers, you pay per veneer – however, you might not need a full set of veneers as you can easily improve the look of other teeth with cheaper treatments like bonding or whitening, for example. 

How many veneers will you need?

A full set of veneers is usually between six and eight veneers as replacing the full arch is not necessary. Six veneers target the visible part of your smile, but how many you need will depend on the changes you want to make. 

The cost of six veneers:

  • Porcelain: £5,940 or £494.91 pm using 0% finance (£138.09 for 60 months)
  • Composite: £1,800 or £150 per month using 0% (£41.85 for 60 months)

Ways to pay for veneers

There are several options available to help you pay for your veneers:

  • 50% upfront / 50% three weeks later: Pay half of your treatment upfront and pay the remaining balance once your final veneers are fitted a few weeks later.
  • 50% upfront / 50% financed: You can choose to place a deposit as low as £1. However, placing a 50% deposit upfront for six veneers (£2,970) would bring monthly payments down to £247.41 pm over 12 months with no additional cost of credit.
  • Using finance only: Patients have the option to spread the cost of their treatment over 12 months (no interest) and 24, 36, 48 and 60 months interest-bearing 14.9%.

All credit is subject to status. Patients must be over the age of 18.

Composite vs Porcelain

Composite veneers are called “cheap veneers”, and porcelain is “expensive.” But which type do you choose? In the table below, we’ve compared the two veneer types to help you make a decision based on more than just cost.

You might want veneers but want to find the best bargain. Remember, cosmetic dentistry requires skilled and experienced dentists, so shopping for cheap might mean compromising quality, thickness and finish. Veneers often come at a higher price because they are very thin and do not require the tooth to be shaved down to place. For example, discover the problem with Turkey teeth here.

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