How Much Do Porcelain Veneers in Los Angeles Cost?

Dr. Anthony Mobasser, a renowned cosmetic dentist in Beverly Hills and Los Angeles, discusses how much porcelain veneers cost, the different veneer options, and why it is important to go to a cosmetic dentist who uses a master ceramist for optimal results.

A lot of people come and ask how much is a portion of veneer cost in L.A. or in Beverly Hills? To answer this question correctly, the dentist needs to see you. It’s better you come in for a consultation because there’s so many factors that determines the price of a veneer, including, but not limited to the function of the teeth. Also depending on the complexity of the case, also depending on how natural you want your smile to be, are you doing couple of them, are you doing one or are you doing your full mouth? It all varies.

The price of a veneer really depends on the experience of the dentist and how conservative the doctor is as far as preparing your tooth and which kind of a laboratory they use to produce those Hollywood beautiful red carpet ready smiles. I highly recommend that you come in, let me take a look at your teeth and your smile, and we see if your smile is proportional to your face and what we can do to improve it. Average speaking price of a veneer can go from $2,500 and up. And basically it depends on the material that we’re going to be using, because for each bite the material varies and depends if we are going to use a feldspathic porcelain, are we going to be using Zirconia porcelain for your veneers or even an eMax? All of them, or the combination of all.

And depending on the laboratory, I only go to the Master Ceramist to fabricate that beautiful smile. So the price, I would say in Los Angeles or Beverly Hills for a specialist that I do mostly veneer since 2000, year 2000 and up is around $2,500 and it can go up. Having said that, I highly recommend that you get a complimentary consult with me. Let me look at your smile, your face, the color of your skin, also the color of your eyes, and also the white of your eyes so we can determine what kind of veneer we’re going to be putting on. And of course, I’m going to be checking the function of your teeth so that the veneers, first of, will last a long time and do not break and do not come off most importantly.

If you are interested in veneers but have questions about the cost, contact Dr. Anthony Mobasser today for a free consultation to learn more:

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