Don’t hide your smile anymore. Boost your confidence with veneers in Mexico.

You can save up to 93% while treating yourself to the vacation of a lifetime!

Read the article to learn more about the cost, procedure, and types.

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Let’s begin by checking out the patient reviews to understand the quality care you can expect in Mexico.

Veneers in Mexico Reviews

Here are some touching stories from our happy patients.

“I had veneers placed on my top six front teeth about two years ago. They are beautiful and perfect. People comment on my smile. The work was so professional and turned out amazing. Thank you so much!”

-Elizabeth Miles, Massachusetts

“I was worried about dental work in Mexico. Now I am satisfied. We planned for 20 veneers first. But the team recommended 10, saving me thousands. Their honesty impressed me. I love my new teeth!”

-Adam, Texas

Words convey emotions, while pictures capture the beauty.

Explore the stunning transformations achieved with veneers in Mexico.

Before and After Veneers in Mexico

Here are some before and after pictures of our patients.

When we say that the veneers in Mexico price is reasonable, don’t just take our word for it.

Check out the cost breakdown below to know the savings you can make in Mexico.

How Much Do Veneers Cost in Mexico?

The cost of veneers in Mexico is just a fraction of what they cost in the US.

For instance, a single porcelain veneer in Mexico will cost you $250.

Conversely, the same will cost around $2,500 in the US.

So, getting porcelain veneers done in Mexico will save you up to 90%.

On the other hand, you will charged $300 for getting a single zirconia veneer in Mexico.

However, getting the same in the US will cost you $2,000.

Check the cost comparison table below to see the savings you can enjoy.

Cost of Veneers in Mexico vs. USA
Procedure US Mexico Savings
Emax* $2,000 $500 75%
Zirconia* $2,000 $300 85%
Porcelain* $2,500 $250 90%
Composite resin* $1,500 $100 93%
* per unit
#Prices are case dependent.

Besides, there are attractive deals too!

Veneers in Mexico: Packages

‘Special Veneers Package’

  • FREE Wi-Fi & phone calls
  • FREE Examination*
  • 5% OFF on Veneers
*Excludes CT scan, Xrays

Why wait to take a new lease on life while saving big? Contact us today for a free quote!

How Do I Pay for a Dentist in Mexico for Veneers?

You can pay using any of the following methods at our partner clinics:

  • Cash
  • Credit cards
  • Wire transfer
  • Personal and traveler’s cheques

You can also use financing options with SuperMoney for the best veneers in Mexico.

Aren’t the low cost of teeth veneers in Mexico convincing enough?

Let’s explore the other compelling reasons to opt Mexico for your veneers.

Getting Veneers Done in Mexico: Is It Beneficial?

Here are the advantages of picking Mexico for your veneers.

Significant Savings

Top-Notch Dental Care

  • Mexican clinics use the latest technology for optimal results.
  • Their in-house labs have equipment including CBCT, intraoral scanners, and digital and panoramic X-rays.

Get Treated by Experienced Dentists

  • You’ll get treated by the skilled dentists with over 38 years of experience.
  • Many are members of ADA, ICOI, and AAO.

Quality Materials

  • Our associated clinics use genuine and high-quality materials.
  • They use popular brand veneers like Invoclar and BruxZir®.

Why Mexico for dental Veneers?

Top Reasons Why Mexico Is the Best for Veneers

No Language Hassles

  • Our partner clinics have bilingual staff. They speak English and Spanish.
  • This ensures smooth communication without any difficulties.

Travel Convenience

  • Mexico is close to the US, making it easy to reach.
  • You may drive or fly to reach our partner clinics based on your convenience.

Bonus Vacation

  • Mexico offers more than just dental care.
  • You’ll create lasting vacation memories to cherish for a lifetime.

Watch this video to know the pros and cons of dental tour to Mexico.

Dental Work in Mexico: Pros & Cons

Curious? Explore the top places where you can get the best dental veneers in Mexico.

What Is the Best Place To Get Veneers in Mexico?

Our partner clinics have some of the best dentists in Mexico for veneers.

Here are our top recommendations for getting veneers done in Mexico.

Explore them in detail by clicking the city name.

Getting Veneers in Los Algodones, Mexico

This Yuma-Arizona border town has a high dentist population. It is also called the molar city.[1]Bangkok Post
Americans seek cheaper dentistry in Mexico’s ‘Molar City’
“It’s the highest concentration of dentists per square kilometer in the world…Los Algodones is better known to Americans as “Molar City,…”
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Sani Dental Group

Sani Dental Group

Sani Dental Group has been serving local and international patients for 30 years.

Clinic highlights

  • Bilingual staff
  • On-site laboratory
  • Free shuttle service
  • Dedicated free parking space


  • BBB
  • ADA
  • Mexican Council of the Medical Tourism Industry
  • IPSC by MTA

State-of-the-art technology

  • Dental lasers
  • Intraoral scanning
  • CT scan machines
  • Advanced microscopes
  • Digital and panoramic X-rays

Meet the Best Dentist for Veneers in Los Algodones, Mexico

Dr. Enrique Arturo Jimenez Alvarez

Founder of Sani Dental Group

37 years of experience

  • DDS
  • Diploma in Implantology
  • Masters in Laser dentistry and Implant dentistry
Dr. Enrique Arturo Jimenez Alvarez

How to reach Los Algodones, Mexico?

The clinic is near the US-Mexico border.

You can easily drive from Yuma, Arizona by crossing the border at Andrade port of entry.

Alternatively, fly to Yuma International Airport (IATA: YUM). It is just 11 miles away from the clinic.

Getting Veneers in Playa del Carmen, Mexico

It is a coastal resort town along the Caribbean shore.

While you’re in Playa del Carmen, stroll along Quinta Avenida and enjoy the sunny beach.

Our partner clinic, Sani Dental Group, also offers dental services in Playa del Carmen.

Watch this video to see the cleanliness standards upheld at Sani Dental Group.

Best Dental Facilities @ Sani Dental Group

Meet the Best Dentist for Veneers in Playa del Carmen, Mexico

Dr. Kiara Karolina Beccaria Murillo

Dr. Kiara Karolina Beccaria Murillo

She is an expert in veneers with around 5 years of experience.

Doctor Kaira Karolina holds a DDS from the Universidad de Carabobo.

Furthermore, she is a bilingual and an ADA member too.

How to reach Playa del Carmen, Mexico?

Fly to Cancun International Airport (IATA: CUN).

It takes approximately 55 minutes to reach the clinic.

For this avail the clinic’s complimentary pick-up and drop-off.

Getting Veneers in Tijuana, Mexico

Tijuana is a lively city. It is popular for its nightlife and blend of Mexican and American cultures.

MTC has partnered with the leading Dental Brush clinic in Tijuana, Mexico.

Dental Brush

Here are some of the key highlights of the clinic:

State-of-the-art technology:

  • Laser technology
  • Digital X-rays
  • Intraoral cameras

Follows the top safety standards as recommended by OSHA, CDC, and EPA.

Dental Brush Clinic, Tijuana

Meet the Best Dentist for Veneers in Tijuana, Mexico

Dr. L Obeso

Dr. Luis Obeso

He is an expert in handling veneers and has an extensive experience in delivering radiant smiles for 6 years.

  • DDS: University of Mochis Sinaloa
  • Course in cosmetic dentistry and CAD/CAM technology

How to reach Tijuana, Mexico?

Reaching Tijuana is easy and convenient if you live in the south-western US.

Dental Brush is only 17 miles from San Diego, California, near the US-Mexican border.

Watch the video to know more about reaching Tijuana.

Reaching Tijuana Is Convenient

Getting Veneers in Nogales, Mexico

In Mexico’s Sonora state, Nogales has a warm, charming climate.

Many Americans travel Nogales for dental work because it’s near the Arizona’s south border.

Desert Dental

Desert Dental entrance

Clinic highlights:

  • Bilingual staff
  • Qualified and experienced dentists
  • Offers pick-up and drop off from the border


  • ADM

Meet the Best Dentist for Veneers in Nogales, Mexico

Dr. Hiram Ignacio Vazquez

He has 13 years of experience in dentistry and is the founder of Desert Dental

  • DDS: Universidad Autonoma de Baja California
  • ADM member
  • Specialist in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 2014 VAEMEX MX
Dr. Hiram Ignacio Vazquez

How to reach Nogales, Mexico?

You may cross the border at Nogales, Mariposa port of entry.

It takes 15 min to drive the 4.2-mile distance and reach the clinic.

Know about the clinic by watching this video.

Nogales for Dental Work

Getting Veneers in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico

In Tamaulipas, Mexico, Nuevo Laredo provides excellent veneers for enhancing front teeth appearance.

Family Dental Center

Family Dental Center
Family Dental Center, has been providing high-quality dental care for 25 years.

Clinic highlights:

  • Bilingual staff
  • Strict sterilization
  • Has parking space for visitors
  • Painless sedation with nitrous oxide.
  • Renowned for its innovation and patient care

Meet the Best Dentist for Veneers in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico

Dr. Amira Carmona Salinas

Dr. Amira is the Chief dentist at the clinic.

She has an extensive expertise with over 25 years of experience in dentistry.

By education she is a post-graduate in Endodontics and Orthodontics.

She is an ADA member.

Dr. Amira Carmona Salinas

Watch Dr. Amira talking about the technology they use at Family Dental Center.

Painless Dental Work at Nuevo Laredo, Mexico

How to reach Nuevo Laredo, Mexico?

You may drive to the clinic if you live near Austin or San Antonio.

The clinic is just 4 blocks away from The Laredo International Bridge 2.

Getting Veneers in Cancun, Mexico

Cancun, Mexico, offers a refreshing dental getaway with sunny beach resorts and nightlife.

MTC partners with Cancun’s top clinic, Cancun Dental Specialists.

Cancun Dental Specialists

Clinic highlights:

  • Free Wi-Fi
  • On-site dental lab
  • Airport transportation
  • Provides popular BruxZir® brand veneers
  • Offers 5-year warranty (T&C apply*)

State-of-the-art technology

  • Panoramic X-rays
  • Surgical guides
  • Intraoral scanning
  • 3D CT Cone Beam Scanner
  • Water lase Ipulse lasers

Tier sterilization

  • Cleaning
  • Liquid sterilization
  • Autoclave
  • UV chamber

Cancun Dental Specialists Entrance
*Does not apply for uncontrolled diabetes, Lupus, osteoporosis, and smoking

Meet the Best Dentist for Getting Veneers in Cancun, Mexico

Dr. Thelma Esquivel

Dr. Thelma is an specialist in cosmetic dentistry

She holds an experience of 5 years


  • DDS, MS
  • Specialized studies in the Military School of Health Graduates
Dr. Thelma Esquivel

How to reach Cancun, Mexico?

Fly to Cancun International airport (IATA: CUN).

It will take 18 min to drive the 13-mile distance and reach here. You may avail the free transportation service for this.

Getting Veneers in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Mexico’s resort city, Puerto Vallarta, is popular for water sports, and nightlife.

Choose Smile Vallarta, our partner in Puerto Vallarta, for a beachside dental vacation.

Smile Vallarta

Smile Vallarta, Mexico

Clinic highlights:

Bilingual staff

Steam sterilization

100% cleanliness and germ-free treatment

Airport pick-up and drop off (on request)

Meet the Best Dentist for Getting Veneers in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Dr. Alejandro Sánchez

  • 18 years of experience
  • DDS: Guadalajara Autonoma University
  • Certified by Cosmetic Dental Academy, The Las Vegas Institute (LVI).
  • Member of the Mexican Dental Association and Colegio de Cirujanos Dentistas de Jalisco
Dr. Alejandro Sánchez

How to reach Puerto Vallarta, Mexico?

Fly to Licenciado Gustavo Díaz Ordaz International Airport (IATA: PVR) in Puerto Vallarta.

The clinic is at a distance of 2.1 miles, and you can reach here in 5 min.

Getting Veneers in San Jose del Cabo, Mexico

A trip to Advanced Cabo Dentistry in San Jose del Cabo guarantees a relaxing dental vacation.

You can enjoy the Mexican food at local restaurants and relax in the white sandy beaches here.

Advanced Cabo Dentistry

Advanced Cabo Dentistry

The clinic is one of the top-ranked dental clinics in Mexico.

  • Free transportation
  • Lodging assistance
  • Free initial consultation
  • In-house dental lab and skilled technicians
  • Advanced technology including CAD/CAM, CEREC, and intraoral scanning

Meet the Best Dentist for Veneers in San Jose del Cabo

Dr. Thomas Koty

He is an Internationally-renowned German specialist.

Dr. Thomas was trained at the Harvard University.

He has around 25 years of experience.

Education: DMD, M.Sc.

Memberships: ICOI

Dr. Thomas Koty

How to reach San Jose del Cabo, Mexico?

The clinic is between San Jose del Cabo and Cabos San Lucas.

You may fly to Los Cabos International Airport (IATA: SJD), which is 13-miles distance.

It will take 18 min for you to reach the clinic. For this, you may avail the clinic’s free transport.

Getting Veneers in Mexicali, Mexico

The warm climate in Mexicali makes it an ideal destination for winter visitors.

Ramlanz Dental Clinic is a great choice for Hollywood Smile if you’re in the southwestern US.

Ramlanz Dental Clinic

The clinic has been serving local and international patients for 39 years.

Below are the clinic highlights.

  • ADA certified
  • Bilingual staff
  • Free parking lot
  • Free initial consultation
  • Strict sterilization with autoclave
  • Free ground transportation from the border
  • Advanced technology: LED curing, Cavitron, intraoral cameras and, digital X-ray sensors, and digital milling machine

Dentists in action at Ramlanz Dental, Mexicali

Dentists in Action at Ramlanz

Meet the Best Dentist for Veneers in Mexicali, Mexico

Dr. Maria Oliver

Dr. Maria Oliver

Dr Maria Lucila Lanz Oliver is highly skilled dentist with over 40 years of experience

She is a specialist in the area of Ceramics for fixed Prosthesis

Dr Maria is the Assistant Director of the Pediatric Dental Clinic of the State Board

How to reach Mexicali, Mexico?

Mexicali is close to the US-Mexican border.

You may cross the border at Calexico West port of entry. It is only 2.8 miles away.

It takes about 11 minutes to reach by car.

Watch the video to learn more about the in-house dental lab at Ramlanz.

In-house dental lab at Ramlanz Dental Clinic

Getting Veneers in Mexico City, Mexico

This vibrant, modern, cosmopolitan city in the heart of Mexico offers a lot for history lovers.

MTC partners with the top dental clinic, Ideal Dental Center, in Mexico City.

Ideal Dental Center

Clinic highlights:

Serving patients for 30 years

Uses Invoclar brand veneers

Follows ISO 9001 sterilization protocols

Advanced technology:  Dentsply Sirona CAD-CAM, 3D cone beam imaging, and Biolase waterlaser.

Ideal Dental Center

Meet the Best Dentist for Veneers in Mexico City

Dr. Gustavo Cruz

Dr. Gustavo Cruz

10 years of experience

Education & memberships:


Diploma in “Professional Update in Restorative Aesthetic Dentistry and Interdisciplinary Clinical Dentistry

Member of the ITI

How to reach Mexico City, Mexico?

Fly to Mexico City International Airport (IATA: MEX) to reach the Ideal dental center.

The clinic is 3.2 miles from the airport, and it will take 10 min to reach here.

Getting Veneers in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico

In Ciudad Juárez, you can enjoy the vibrant city atmosphere and meet friendly locals.

If you’re looking for the cheapest veneers in Mexico, Invodental is the best option.



Clinic highlights:

  • In-house lab
  • Effective sterilization
  • Free initial consultation
  • Dedicated free parking space
  • Airport pick-up and drop-off on request
  • Free retreatment for post-treatment issues
  • Avant-garde technology: Innovative approaches

Meet the Best Dentist for Getting Veneers in Cuidad Juarez, Mexico

Dr. Daniel Jimenez

Dr. Daniel Jimenez

15 years of experience

Education & certifications:

DDS: Autonomous University of Cuidad Juarez

Certified in endodontics

Certified in Aesthetic and Restorative Dentistry

How to reach Cuidad Juarez, Mexico?

Cuidad Juarez is closer to the US-Mexican border.

It is at a distance of 7.3 miles from the Paso del Norte Port of Entry.

Drive for 22 min to reach the clinic.

Getting Veneers in Merida, Mexico

Discover Mayan ruins and enjoy cenote swims creating lasting memories in Merida.

MTC partners with Merida’s top clinic, Whiteline Dental, to deliver top-quality veneers.

Whiteline Dental Clinic

Whiteline Dental Clinic

The clinic has been working with customer satisfaction as the highest priority for 10 years.

They follow the strict sterilization protocols and maintain a clean and sterile environment.

You can park you car with ease, the clinic offers a dedicated parking space for visitors.

Meet the Best Dentist for Getting Veneers in Merida, Mexico

Dr. Carlos Ruben

Dr. Carlos Ruben

15 years of experience



Specialization Diploma in Endodontics

Knowledge Contest in Cultural Scientific Week of Faculty of Dentistry, Merida, 2008: Second position

How to reach Merida, Mexico?

You may fly to Manuel Crescencio Rejón International Airport (IATA: MID).

It is 8.2 miles from the airport.

Getting Veneers in Matamoros, Mexico

Matamoros, a historic city in Mexico, has witnessed many battles of independence.

Getting to this border town is quite convenient.

H & L Dental Studio

H and L dental studio

Choosing H and L Dental Studio in Matamoros for your veneers is an excellent choice if you live in the south-eastern US.

Clinic highlights:

  • Certified dentists
  • Free parking space
  • Fully equipped with modern technology

Meet the Best Dentist for Veneers in Matamoros, Mexico

Dr. Hugo Contreras Hernández

10 years of experience

DDS: Autonomous University of Tamaulipas

Certification in Ceramic Veneers

Associated with the Brazilian Association of Dentistry

Certified in Digital Smile Design (DSD) by Dr. Christian Coachman

Dr. Hugo Contreras Hernandez

How to reach Matamoros, Mexico?

Drive through the U.S. Customs and Border ProtectionBrownsville & Matamoros Port of Entry.

It is 1.3 miles from the clinic.

Getting Veneers Done in Mazatlan, Mexico

Mazatlan is a resort city on the Pacific coast of Mexico.

You can enjoy a calm, refreshing vacation along the white sandy beaches in Mazatlan.

Our partner, Mazdent Dental Clinic, offers you the top veneers in Mazatlan, Mexico.

Mazdent Dental Clinic

Sterilization at Mazdent

Sterilization at Mazdent

The clinic provides top-notch dental care in Mazatlan.

Clinic highlights:

Bilingual staff

Licensed dentists

Follows strict sterilization policy to maintain a safe and hygienic environment

Meet the Best Dentist for Veneers in Mazatlan, Mexico

Dr. Adrian R. Rivera Cortez

Skilled dentist with over 18 years of experience

Education & Seminars:

DDS: Autonomous University of Nayarit

Diploma in Oral Implantology

Attended the Hiossen Seminar, Guadlajara and Mazatlan

Dr. Adrian R. Rivera Cortez in action

Dr. Adrian in Action

How to reach Mazatlan, Mexico?

Fly to the Mazatlan International Airport (IATA: MZT), which is 14 miles from the clinic.

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Interesting History of Veneers!

A California dentist, Charles Pincus, designed the first veneers for  Hollywood celebrities.

This was to improve the front teeth appearance in close-up shots during filming.

He used dental adhesive powders to fix them, lasting only 1-2 hours.[2]Research Gate
Porcelain laminate veneers: A review
“The evolution of porcelain veneers started by Pincus, who attached thin labial porcelain veneers temporarily with denture adhesive powders to enhance the appearance of Hollywood stars close-up photographs has now became one among the most recommended treatment for a dentist ”
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Now, let’s learn about the veneers you can get in Mexico.

Know Everything About Veneers in Mexico

Dental veneers are thin, tooth-colored shells that improve front teeth appearance.[3]Healthline
What to Know Before You Get Dental Veneers
“Dental veneers are thin, tooth-colored shells that are attached to the front surface of teeth to improve their appearance.”
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Being white-colored, they appear like natural teeth, delivering a radiant smile.
Dental veneers

Dental Veneers

What Dental Problems Can Veneers Address?

Typically, veneers cover the following dental problems:[4]Medical News Today
What to know about dental veneers
“Dental veneers are custom fittings designed to help hide or correct dental damage, including: stains and discoloration chips and small missing pieces decay crookedness gaps between the teeth”
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  • Stained teeth
  • Chipped or broken teeth
  • Crooked or gapped teeth

Now, let’s look at the pros and cons of veneers.

Veneers: Pros and Cons

Here are the advantages and disadvantages of veneers:


  • Veneers are easily applied without surgery.
  • They provide a quick path to a radiant smile.


  • Veneers need a minor alteration to the natural tooth structure.
  • They are beneficial only when there’s minimal damage. They need most of your natural tooth to remain intact.
Source: Colgate[5]Colgate
Dental Veneers: Pros And Cons
“If you’re looking for an easier way to whiten your smile for good, dental veneers may be a great fit for you…dentist will need to change the structure of your natural teeth to place them properly.”
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, Medical News Today[6]Medical News Today
What to know about dental veneers
“Veneers improve the appearance of teeth that are mostly still intact.”
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Veneers come in different types, depending on the material and their unique features.

Now, let’s explore the various types of veneers that Mexico offers.

Types of veneers in Mexico

Here are the different veneers you can expect in Mexico.

Porcelain Veneers

  • These are thin pieces of porcelain, a material that matches the teeth color.
  • Porcelain veneers in Mexico appear more like natural teeth.[7]Colgate
    Porcelain vs Composite Veneers: Which Are Better for You?
    “Porcelain veneers are thin pieces of porcelain shaped to fit over the front side of your tooth. The material matches the shape and color of your permanent teeth for a look so natural that it’s difficult to tell them apart from your other teeth”
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  • They are stain, fracture and chip-resistant.[8]Medical News Today
    What to know about dental veneers
    “Porcelain…will not stain…less likely to chip or fracture ”
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Zirconia Veneers

  • These veneers are crafted from zirconia ceramics.
  • Zirconia veneers in Mexico are popular for their aesthetics and fracture resistance.[9]Advances in Human Biology
    Zirconia Monolithic Veneers A Durable and Cosmetic Alternative to Regular Veneers?
    “Currently, there is a demand for a highly aesthetic as well as strong restoration and high translucent zirconia fits that criteria pretty well…Veneers have an innate disadvantage of lack of strength, decreased fracture resistance and chipping. Using these highly translucent zirconia veneers will help overcome these disadvantages.”
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Emax Veneers

  • Emax veneers in Mexico are crafted from lithium disilicate, a glass ceramic.
  • These are prepared either by CAD/CAM or simply pressing.[10]NCBI
    Clinical and Esthetical Evaluation of 79 Lithium Disilicate Multilayered Anterior Veneers with a Medium Follow-Up of 3 Years
    “Lithium disilicate is a glass ceramic…IPS e.max (Ivoclar Vivadent Manufacturing SRL) is a lithium disilicate material that could be machined with computer-aided design/computer-assisted manufacturing or simply pressed.”
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Porcelain veneers

Porcelain Veneers

Zirconium Veneers

Zirconia Veneers

Emax Veneers

Emax Veneers

Composite Veneers

Your dentist will prepare composite veneers in Mexico directly on your teeth.

They will apply composite resin on the teeth and sculpt it.

Further, they will use light curing to harden it.

Your dentist will further remove any excess resin.[11]Wiley
Composite Veneers: The Direct-Indirect Method Revisited
“The clinician applies a light-cured composite material to the tooth with or without tooth preparation… teh composite is then shaped to a primary anatomic form with slight excess and then light-cured…”
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Composite veneers

Composite Veneer Fixation

Nanotechnology composite resins use nanofiller technology.

These veneers have better wear resistance and gloss retention.[12]Inside Dentistry
Minimally Invasive Dentistry with the Latest in Nanotechnology Composite Resins
“Composite resins have vastly improved through the years. The latest evolution in composite technology, … has to vast improvements in the physical properties that make this nanotechnology composite resin strong and beautiful. Improvements in the nanofiller technology are attributed to this progress This composite resin features a high density and uniform dispersion technology for better wear resistance and gloss retention; it is also self-polishing for a long-lasting, shiny, mirror-like surface finish.”
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Worried if you are a candidate for veneers in Mexico?

Worry not. We have you covered.

Are You a Candidate for Getting Veneers in Mexico?

You are not an eligible candidate for veneers if you have[13]Research Gate
A Detailed Overview on Veneers -Diagnostic and Clinical Considerations
“Contraindications: Teeth having insufficient enamel. Teeth exhibiting severe occlusal wear patterns, due to para-functional habits. Severe periodontal involvement with severe crowding.Poor oral hygiene.excessively fluoridated teeth…Patients with high caries rate.”
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  • More dental caries
  • Unhealthy oral cavity
  • Severely overcrowded teeth
  • Excessively fluoridated teeth
  • Teeth with insufficient enamel
  • Parafunctional habits like clenching and grinding

Clenching teeth

Clenching Teeth

Find out if you’re an ideal candidate and get valuable expert insights.

Act swiftly and schedule your appointment. Your journey to a brighter, healthier smile awaits!

Curious to know about the procedure for getting veneers?

Procedure for Getting Dental Veneers in Mexico

There are three stages of getting veneers in Mexico.[14]WebMD
Dental Veneers
“dentist will examine your teeth … discuss the procedure and some of its limits…take X-rays and possibly make impressions of your mouth and teeth.To prepare a tooth …reshape the tooth surface…Temporary dental veneers can be used in the meantime…Next, to prepare your tooth to receive the veneer, your tooth will be cleaned, polished, and etched. Etching roughens the tooth to allow for a strong bonding process…your dentist will shine a special light beam… to harden very quickly… removing any excess cement…”
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During consultation,

  • Your dentist will examine your oral health with physical examination, oral scans and X-rays.
  • After confirming your eligibility, your dentist will discuss the treatment plan.
  • Besides, your dentist will also discuss the number of veneers you’ll need.


Your dentist will carefully prepare your teeth. For this,

  • They will use a grinding tool to trim your upper enamel.
  • They’ll create molds of your teeth and send them to make your veneers.
  • In the meantime, temporary veneers will be fixed to ensure your comfort.


Once the veneers are ready, your dentist will begin the bonding process.

This involves:

  • Cleaning and polishing the teeth.
  • Creating a rough surface for better adhesion.
  • Attaching the veneer using dental cement.
  • Using a laser light beam to ensure thorough hardening.
  • Removing any excess cement.



Grinding and preparing teeth for veneers

Preparing Teeth for Veneers

Boinding in Veneers fixation


How Long Does It Take To Get Veneers in Mexico?

You’ll usually need a 7-day trip with 3-4 appointments to get veneers in Mexico.

This includes your first consultation as well.

However, you only need one appointment after the initial consultation for composite veneers.

How Is Recovery After Dental Veneers in Mexico?

Recovery after getting veneers in Mexico is easy.

You’ll gradually eat and chew normally.

Although rare, you may have slight roughness near the veneer area due to excess dental cement.

This roughness usually goes away on its own.

If it persists, your dentist can easily smooth it out for you.[15]Healthline
What to Know Before You Get Dental Veneers
“Unlike other dental procedures, the recovery process doesn’t take an extended amount of time…These rough spots (usually from extra cement that can adhere to the veneer) wear down after several days of normal eating and teeth brushing. If they don’t, your dentist can smooth them out.”
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Like other dental procedures, veneers success lies in following specific aftercare tips.

Keep reading to know about proper veneer care.

Veneers in Mexico: Aftercare Measures

Here are the aftercare measures to care for your dental veneers in Mexico.[16]Healthline
What to Know Before You Get Dental Veneers
“Don’t chew on hard objects…Never use your teeth to open packaging…If you grind or clench your teeth at night…If you play sports, you should wear a mouth guard”
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  • Brush and floss your teeth daily.
  • Use a mouthguard when playing sports.
  • Avoid using your teeth to open packages.
  • Don’t chew on things like ice cubes and pencils that are hard.
  • Consider using a splint or mouthguard if you grind your teeth at night.
  • Limit your consumption of coffee and stain-inducing foods like berries.

Avoid chewing pencils after getting veneers

Avoid Chewing Hard Objects

Use Mouth guard

Use Mouth Gaurd

Avoid Coffee

Avoid Coffee

With proper aftercare, the survival rate for[17]NCBI
The Success of Dental Veneers According To Preparation Design and Material Type
“Longevity of porcelain veneers …A randomised clinical trial done by Layton and Walton …survival rate of 96% after ten years…The survival rate of composite veneers in many clinical studies…the estimated survival rate was 80% after 5 years.”
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  • Porcelain veneers is 96% after 10 years
  • Composite veneers is 80% after 5 years

Now, let’s explore the safety of getting veneers done in Mexico.

Is It Safe To Get Veneers in Mexico?

Getting veneers in Mexico is safe when you research well and approach the right dentist.

Our partner clinics in Mexico follow the utmost safety standards.

They employ cutting-edge technology like CAD/CAM, intraoral scans, and digital and panoramic X-rays.

Moreover, the dentists here have over 38 years of experience.

Some are trained at Harvard, and many are ADA, AAO, and ICOI members.

Furthermore, they use popular brands of veneers like BruxZir® and Invoclar.

About travel, Mexico is a safe country.

Approximately, 1.2 million Americans visit Mexico each year for healthcare purposes.[18]First Post
Why are so many US citizens travelling to Mexico for medical care? What are the dangers involved?
“Patents Without Borders says 1.2 million Americans travel to Mexico for healthcare annually.”
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This reflects the trust many patients have in the country.

So, you can feel at ease knowing that it’s a trusted destination.

Planning a trip to Mexico?

Before you set off, make sure you know the visa and passport requirements.

Visa and Passport Requirements

For your entry into Mexico, ensure you have the following essential documents in hand:

  • Entry permit (FMM)
  • Valid passport book with blank pages
  • Tourist visa to stay for more than 180 days
  • Vehicle import permit, driver’s license, and auto insurance if you intend to drive into Mexico

Regarding the FMM process, Mexico has transited to a digital system.

Your digital FMM process begins when you arrive at the airport or entry port in Mexico.

Here’s what you need to know:

  • You will be asked to specify the length of your stay.
  • Get your passport stamped or obtain a QR code printed receipt at self-service E-gates.
Source: Travel.State.Gov[19]Travel.State.Gov
Mexico International Travel Information
“valid passport book is required to enter Mexico… Mexican immigration authorities implemented a process to replace the previous paper …FMM with a Forma Migratoria Multiple Digital …determine a traveler’s authorized length of stay and either place a date stamp in the traveler’s passport or direct the traveler through a self-service electronic gate (E-Gate) that will generate a printed receipt with QR code. ..INM may opt to allow tourists entry of up to 180 days without a visa…temporary vehicle import permit to bring a U.S.-registered vehicle beyond the border zone”
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, Travel.State.Gov[20]Travel.State.Gov
Crossing the U.S. – Mexico Border by Land
“Travelers should be sure to enter Mexico with valid proof of automobile registration, even if remaining in the border zone. Entering Mexico with an expired U.S. vehicle registration may lead to the confiscation of the auto by Mexican authorities.”
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Continue reading to know what people usually ask us.


How much do veneers in Mexico cost?

The cost of veneers in Mexico ranges between $100 to $500.

If you consider porcelain veneers in Mexico, a single unit will cost you $250.

Conversely, a zirconia veneer costs $300 per unit, and an Emax veneer costs $500 per unit.

Is it worth getting veneers in Mexico?

Veneers in Mexico cost you only a fraction of what they do in the US.

Yet, the perks don’t end there.

You will receive top-quality veneers from popular brands like BruxZir® and Invoclar.

Additionally, you’ll enjoy other benefits like free consultations, shuttle transportation, and free Wi-Fi.

And the cherry on top! An unforgettable, refreshing vacation!!

How long do Mexican veneers last?

The longevity of dental veneers depends on their type and the aftercare you provide.

Mexican porcelain veneers can last for 10-20 years with proper care.

However, composite veneers wear off quickly and have a 5-7 year lifespan.[21]Colgate
Porcelain vs Composite Veneers: Which Are Better for You?
“porcelain provides unparalleled strength. When well-maintained, these veneers can last for 10-20 years…Compared to its porcelain counterpart, composite resin veneers wear down quicker, resulting in a shorter lifespan of five to seven years”
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Are veneers cheaper in Mexico?

The average cost of veneers in Mexico is significantly lower than in the US.

Take porcelain veneers, for instance.

In Mexico, a single unit is priced at $250, whereas in the US, it is $2,500.

And it’s not just limited to porcelain – the savings extend across the board.

In Mexico, you can save up to 93% on veneers.

Zirconia veneers cost $300, and Emax veneers cost $500 per unit in Mexico.

How much does a full set of veneers cost in Mexico?

A full smile makeover with veneers in Mexico won’t break the bank.

The cost of full veneers in Mexico (16 to 20) ranges between $1,600 and $10,000.

Prices primarily vary based on the type and number of veneers you require.

For instance, if you opt for porcelain full mouth veneers in Mexico, a set of 16 will cost you $4,000.

However, the cost for the same number of zirconium veneers is $4,800, and for Emax veneers, it’s $8,000.

On the other hand, the price of a full set of 20 porcelain veneers in Mexico is $5,000.

However, an equivalent number of zirconium veneers cost you $6,000.

And, you will be charged $10,000 for the same number of Emax veneers.

How much are composite veneers in Mexico?

You will be charged an amount of $100 for a single composite veneer in Mexico.


Mexico is popular for dental procedures.

Choosing veneers in Mexico offers an array of advantages.

Quality, affordability, convenience, and top-notch care stand at the forefront.

Don’t delay – kickstart your transformative journey today and reap its abundant benefits.

Reach out to us, and let us guide you towards a healthier social life, with a radiant smile.


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2. Research Gate: Porcelain laminate veneers: A review
3. Healthline: What to Know Before You Get Dental Veneers
4. Medical News Today: What to know about dental veneers
5. Colgate: Dental Veneers: Pros And Cons
6. Colgate: Porcelain vs Composite Veneers: Which Are Better for You?
7. Advances in Human Biology: Zirconia Monolithic Veneers A Durable and Cosmetic Alternative to Regular Veneers?
8. NCBI: Clinical and Esthetical Evaluation of 79 Lithium Disilicate Multilayered Anterior Veneers with a Medium Follow-Up of 3 Years
9. Wiley: Composite Veneers: The Direct Indirect Technique Revisted
10. Inside Dentistry: Minimally Invasive Dentistry with the Latest in Nanotechnology Composite Resins
11. Research Gate: A Detailed Overview on Veneers -Diagnostic and Clinical Considerations
12. WebMD: Dental Veneers
13. NCBI: The Success of Dental Veneers According To Preparation Design and Material Type
14. Travel.State.Gov: Mexico International Travel Information
15. Travel.State.Gov: Crossing the U.S. – Mexico Border by Land