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White spots on front teet

Hello Doctor actualy I got white spots on front teeth plz suggest I want to go for veneers treatment hw much it will cost
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Dr. Hemant Kumar Singh
7 yrs. of exp | Noida | Dental Surgeon

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White spot may be due to FLUOROSIS also.Get diagnosis  done correctly then plan for veneer or composite restoration.
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Dr. Ankit Jain
4 yrs. of exp | Delhi | Dentist

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Dear Practo User, White spot on front teeth can be managed with direct and indirect restorations. As you are well aware of veneers, so must have visited a dental surgeon already. So I suppose this is what he has suggested, that is an option under indirect restoration. As far as the price is concerned, it depends upon the skill of the doctor. Try to get it done by a good cosmetic/aesthetic dentist. It should cost you anything around 8000. Regards Dr Ankit Jain Arham Dental Care Delhi
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Dr. Govindaraj.S.J
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If it's mild laser bleaching or composite veneers would do, but long term benefit would be definitely porcelain veneers. Happy smiling!
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Dr. Bala Vignesh
4 yrs. of exp | Chennai | Dentist
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Hi the white spots on your tooth are not very uncommon... U can go for veneers or if it's a incipient caries which occurred after Ortho treatment the entire treatment is different... Pls get in touch with a cosmetic dentist/Endodontist
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Dr. Shruti Joshi
17 yrs. of exp | Thane | Dentist
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Hi,Please visit a dentist to know the cause of white spot & accordingly treatment will be decided.The cost of veneer varies but approx is 10000Rs to 12000Rs per veneer.
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Dr. Puja Bansal
18 yrs. of exp | Pune | Dentist
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Hello, veneers will cost you around Rs 2,000- 12,000/- per tooth. it will depend on the dentist, location and the type of veneer.
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Dr. Sreekanth
23 yrs. of exp | Chennai | Dentist
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Small spots can be treated with composite restorations. If the spots are extensive you may require a zirconia veneer or a crown.
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Dr. Suman Makam
21 yrs. of exp | Bangalore | Dentist
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Hello, Mam,you need to visit a cosmetic dentist for this treatment.Indirect zirconia based veneers could cost around 10k. Regards Dr Sumanmakam
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Dr. Naveen Arya
21 yrs. of exp | Delhi | Dentist
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Veneers are basically of two types      Direct composite veneers which are done directly on teeth as a chair side procedure cost less around 1500 to 2000.     Indirect veneers made of ceramic are costly 10 to 15 thousand
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Dr. Shrey Dhawan
8 yrs. of exp | Delhi | Dentist
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Veneers are one of the options that might work well for you. Composites are more economical but have the disadvantages of needing polishing regularly and are more susceptible to stain over time. Porcelain laminates are the other way to go, they are more precise and have excellent esthetics, often used by Hollywood etc. They are significantly more pricey but often worth it.  An intermediate course is the use of componeers. They are a newer option with fantastic results as well. Do feel free to drop by one of the Aashray Green clinics for specialist cosmetic consultation and price estimates.
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