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About dental veneers

  1. 1. A Quick Review of Veneers with Dental Travel GuidesInternational Dental Treatment
  2. 2. The Dental Travel Guides Provider Network Dental Travel Guides offers certified dental care through its network of more than 80 dental clinics throughout Latin America and beyond, carefully selected for their long-term experience with US employers, TPA and insurance benefits providers.
  3. 3. Why Try Dental Travel Guides? Dental Travel Guides features deeply experienced dentists, state-of-the-art facilities and friendly bilingual staff, ensuring our patients receive quality dental care that meets, and often exceeds, US standards. Most importantly: Dental Travel Guides offers comprehensive dental care at prices averaging 50% of those in the U.S.
  4. 4. What Procedures/Treatments Are Available? • Dental Implants • Veneers • Over Dentures and Standard Dentures • Root Canals • Bridges & Crowns • Whitening • Braces • Smile Makeover
  5. 5. What is a Dental Veneer?A dental veneer is a thin, custom-made layer ofrestorative material that is placed over a tooth’s surface,covering the front of a tooth in order to improve theappearance, and/or to protect a damaged tooth surface. Before and After Veneers
  6. 6. What are Veneers Made of?Veneers are made from dental porcelain or from resincomposite materials. Porcelain veneers resist stainsbetter than composite veneers, and have similar lightreflecting properties of natural teeth. Composite veneersare thinner and require removal of less of the toothsurface before placement. Before and After Veneers
  7. 7. Veneers are an excellent option for: • Stained teeth • Chipped or broken teeth • Crooked or misaligned teeth • Gaps between teeth • Holes or fractures G. Russell ReynoldsHollywood Actor and Dental Traveler
  8. 8. Where Can Veneers be Placed? • Veneers are generally recommended for the front 6-8 teeth as the forces of chewing can “pop” them off the back teeth. • Veneers are designed more for biting vs. grinding up food. • Crowns are recommended for back teeth. • Patients with crowns cannot convert to veneers, G. Russell ReynoldsHollywood Actor and Dental Traveler because too much of the tooth’s surface is gone.
  9. 9. The SavingsA single veneer in the U.S.averages between$1,200-$3,000 per tooth.Veneers with Dental Travel Guidesstart at $385 per tooth.
  10. 10. Before and Afters Dental Travel Guides Patients with Something To Smile AboutA picture is worth a thousand words!
  11. 11. Carolyn H. of Canadahad teeth extracted, root canals, and newbridges and crowns placed
  12. 12. George R. of Los Angelesgot a smile makeover with crowns
  13. 13. Karen O. of San Diegogot a smile makeover that included extractions andbridges
  14. 14. Marissa M. of Texashad dental implants
  15. 15. James K. of South Carolinahad dental veneers
  16. 16. Robert S. of Hawaiihad dental implants
  17. 17. Valleen A. of Alaskahad extractions and received dentures
  18. 18. Dental Travelers Share Stories My Dental Travel Guides Case Manager was exceptional to work with. She helped me with information about the upcoming trip, places to stay, border crossing, and the information about the doctor and his dental office. Then she stayed in touch with me through out my 4-day stay and the return trip to the dental office to finish the Bridge and Crown work I was having done. -Bill L., California, Restorative work
  19. 19. Dental Travelers Share Stories I was very impressed with Dr Landeros and his staff. Everything went off without a hitch. I was in Mexico for less than a week. I am so happy that I went ahead and had Dr Landeros do the work. The entire process met my expectations and the best part: no more jaw pain and I look younger! I love that part! I am recommending Dr Landeros to everyone I know. -Kathy F., Texas, Restorative work
  20. 20. Dental Travelers Share Stories The procedure itself took a little more than two hours, was painless, and Dr. Lorenzana did an excellent job of talking me through every step – in his perfect English. After the procedure, the only pain killer required was some ibuprofen for two days. I would certainly go back to Dr. Lorenzana. -Herb S., San Francisco had dental implants
  21. 21. Dental Travelers Share Stories My work consisted of two appointments. I needed a filling on one tooth and a three surface inlay on another tooth. So the first day I had my filling done and a mold taken for my inlays and then capped with temporary material. The next day I went back and had my inlays adhered, and my teeth were as good as new. The entire process was painless. My U.S. dentist had estimated my co-pay at about $1,200. My full cost in Mexico, around $300. - Debbie N., California had filling &inlays
  22. 22. Will I like the dentist? Most of our dental offices, especially those located near the U.S. –Mexico border, offer a free consultation appointment, so there is no risk to visiting the office, having a free exam with digital X-RAYS, and getting a dental treatment plan recommendation.
  23. 23. Why Dental Travel Is Growing To read more about dental tourism, paste these links into your browser: http://dld.bz/Costa-Rican-Dental-Tourism_Booming http://dld.bz/Lack-of-insurance-drives-dental-tourism http://dld.bz/My-Mexican-Dentist http://dld.bz/the-oral-cost-spiral
  24. 24. We make it easy!The Dental Travel Guides Program Includes : • Pre-and post-procedure guidance from your Dental Travel Guide • Online dental history records management • Setting up phone consultations as needed • Travel Concierge Services – full travel+ treatment itinerary provided • Free ground transportation* *For dental quotes > U.S. $3,500