Veneers are a cosmetic procedure not covered by dental insurance. Luckily, getting dental veneers in Turkey comes at a considerably minimal cost.

Maybe Turkey has been on your radar, but you’re concerned about the safety of the process and which clinics to choose.

Rest assured, we answer all your questions in this article. So, keep reading.

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Turkey is the 6th most-visited destination for tourists – World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) [1]

In 2019, 51.2 million international tourists chose the Land of Four Seasons (Turkey) as their downtime stop.

Lots of those tourists go there to get their dental procedures done. One of the most sought-after treatments is dental veneers.

So, let’s talk about dental veneers in Turkey. Are they worth getting?

Why Choose Teeth Veneers in Turkey?

Price Difference

  • Veneers in Turkey are cheap compared to the US, and the UK. The prices are nowhere to be compared (up to 70% cost difference).
  • To sweeten the deal, most dental clinics in Turkey offer complete sets of veneers and discounts when paying cash.

Price-Quality Ratio

  • People are skeptical when they first find out about the cost of veneers in Turkey. Hence, they get suspicious about the quality of the procedure.
  • They lack the knowledge that low costs are because the cost of living in the Land of Four Seasons is lower than in the UK. [2] The quality remains at par with the home country.

Qualified Dentists

  • Dentists in Turkey are among the best in the world. Our dentists have a minimum of 8 years of education and 7 years of work experience.
  • Most of them are published researchers in their respective fields and are all members of the Turkish Dental Association.

Exploring a New Country

  • You can hit two birds with one stone: Getting your veneers and sightseeing.
  • So, you get the chance to show off your new smile on camera while you try Turkish coffee at one of their local coffee shops.

Why Choose Turkey for veneers?

Why Choose Turkey?

How Much Do Veneers Cost in Turkey?

The price of porcelain veneers in Turkey is €210 – €350 per tooth. Moreover, even cheaper options like composite veneers cost €97 – €105 per tooth.

The price comparison is evidently and marginally huge, with 70 – 80% savings compared to the UK.

Check the following table for a cost comparison between veneers prices in the US, the UK, and Turkey:

Cost of Dental Veneers in Turkey vs. US vs. UK
Type of Veneers US ($) UK (€) Turkey ($/€)
Porcelain $2,500  €1,100 $250/€210
Composite $1,500 €550 $115/€97
Emax Laminate $1,750 €600 $310/€273
Zirconium $2,500 €850 $230/€195
*Note: The prices are case-dependent.

A full set of veneers in Turkey cost around €1,260 – €2,100 for the porcelain type.

Generally, a full set is termed for 6 veneers on the upper front teeth. The same would cost €4,500 to €6,600 in the UK.

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Top Clinics in Turkey

There are lots of dental clinics in Turkey. Each has its reputation.

We based our recommendations according to a thorough selection process of essential parameters, including:

  • Association with national/international organizations
  • Flexible payment methods
  • Travel assistance
  • No language barrier
  • Advanced facilities and equipment: Digital Anesthesia | 3D Digital Screening & Impressions | Surgical guided implants

Here are some best dental clinics in Turkey:

Dental Excellence
5 (108 Reviews)
Çağlayan, Barınaklar Blv. No:66, 07230 Muratpaşa/Antalya, Turkey
Mon - Fri 9 AM - 7 PM, Sat 9 AM - 6 PM
  • Flexible payment options
  • Tourist spot with lots of hotels to choose from
  • Free transportation services from the airport/hotel to the clinic
  • Multilingual staff
  • State-of-the-art technology: Digital X-ray | CAD/CAM Machine | Dental Photography Studio
Dentspa, Istanbul
4.6 (552 Reviews)
Teşvikiye Mah. Hakkı Yeten Cad. No:11 Terrace Fulya Center 1 K:M4, 34365 Şişli
Mon - Fri 10 AM to 7 PM
  • Certifications: ISO 10002:2018 || ISO 45001:2018 || ISO 27001:2013
  • Spa-like care for maximum comfort and relaxation
  • Free transportation between the airport, your hotel, and the clinic
  • Free consultation
4.8 (153 Reviews)
Bayraklı, Adalet Mah. 2131/10 Sok. No:3A Dentaglobal Agiz ve Dis Sagligi Poliklinigi, 35250 İzmir, Turkey
Mon - Fri 10:00 AM - 07:00 PM
  • Certifications: Advanced aesthetic and implant dentistry || British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry || IPS E-MAX Certification
  • Free transportation between the airport, hotel, and the clinic
  • A multilingual Foreign Patient Representative Department fluent in English, Turkish, and French, with on-call translators.
Parla Clinic
4.9 (121 Reviews)
Fulya, Bahçeler Sokağı No:B20, 34394 Şişli/İstanbul, Turkey
Mon - Sat (9 am - 10 pm) Sun (11 am - 8 pm)
  • Provides top-quality dental treatment
  • Years of experience treating local and international patients

Dental Veneers in Turkey: Reviews

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Best Cosmetic Dentist in Turkey

Cosmetic dentists in Turkey are qualified and well-trained. Aside from the mandatory 5-year education and the optional 3-4 years of specialization.

They are registered with the Turkish Dental Association and regulated by the Turkish Ministry of Health.

Their number of years of experience may differ, but they are well-trained and precise with their craft.

We recommend the following dentists, based on their reputation and credentials, as the best cosmetic dentists in Turkey:

Some dentists possess PhDs in their respective fields of specialization and years of experience conducting dental procedures and treatments.

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What Are Veneers?

A veneer is a thin layer of porcelain, zirconia, or composite resin bonded to your teeth and can change the size, shape, or color of your smile.

They repair crooked, stained, and chipped teeth.

They should not be confused with crowns. Crowns act as a cap that wraps around your teeth recommended for broken teeth, deep cavities, and root canals.

It’s also worth mentioning that veneers are a purely cosmetic procedure. That means your dental insurance will most likely not cover their cost.

Dental Veneers

Dental Veneers in Turkey

Types of Teeth Veneers in Turkey

Porcelain Veneers in Turkey

  • Porcelain veneers can last 10 to 20 years with proper treatment and maintenance.
  • Typically the veneer procedure involves trimming the tooth enamel which makes it an irreversible procedure.

Porcelain veneers in Turkey

Porcelain Veneers

Composite Veneers in Turkey

They are made of composite resins. It’s easily placed, needing only one appointment.

  • It’s great for patients who are unable to have work done in multiple appointments.
  • The downside of composite ones is that they’re less durable than porcelain [3] veneers, and they are more prone to staining over the years.

Composite veneers in Turkey

Composite Veneers

Lumineers in Turkey

  • Also called “no-prep” veneers [4] because they take less tooth preparation time than traditional ones.
  • Lumineers differ from porcelain veneers by being thinner and more translucent.

Lumineers in Turkey


Therefore, they’re not recommended for patients with severely discolored teeth.


The time to complete the procedure varies depending on the type and the technology that the dentist uses.

Rest assured, you don’t have to make multiple trips to Turkey to get it done.

Here’s an overview of what to expect:

  • Your doctor will do an exam and diagnostic tests (X-rays and CT scans), then ask about your goals and expectations.
  • Later, impressions are taken and sent to the lab to make a trial set (mockup) of veneers.

  • The lab creates a wax model to ensure the patient likes the veneers’ shape and length.
  • Then, the mockup is placed over the existing teeth to see if the patient approves the overall look.

  • The patient is made comfortable for the procedure with a local anesthetic. Then, a small amount of the facial enamel is removed.
  • Afterward, impressions are taken for the lab to create the veneers. Temporary ones (meant to last for 2 weeks) are provided while permanent ones are being made.

  • The procedure starts like appointment 3 with an injection, and then the permanent veneers are tried in and placed.

Dental Veneers Procedure

Dental Veneers Procedure

Should the dentist you choose have CAD/CAM technology, you can leave your appointment with same-day veneers.

This technology enables your dentist to upload 3D scans onto his computer, from which he can design them while you’re sitting comfortably on the chair.

You can also request adjustments on the spot. Once you feel satisfied with the computer-generated smile, the final mockup is sent to an onsite laboratory.

After fabrication, the veneers are placed during the same appointment.

Success Rate

Dental veneers have a high success rate with few complications, as shown in the following table.

Type Survival rate
Porcelain 10-year survival rate close to 95% [5]
Composite A 10-year survival rate of 90% [6]
Laminate 10-year survival rate of 93.5% [7]
Zirconia 5-year survival rate of 97.6% [8]

Pros and Cons

Pros Cons
Short treatment time. Need regular maintenance for longevity. [9]
Fix the shape and color of your teeth. [10] They are irreversible. [11]
Lumineers are irreversible.  [12] May need replacement after 10 years. [13]
 Your smile can be customized. Bruxers have a lower success rate. [14]


Caring for your veneers, like the rest of your mouth should be a priority. Otherwise, you risk reducing their life span.

Here are some quick tips to help you increase their longevity:

Keep a Teeth-friendly Diet

Certain foods, when consumed continually over time, can discolor your veneers. These foods include tea, coffee, and berries.

Create a Bulletproof Oral Hygiene Routine

That includes brushing your teeth after consuming staining foods, once in the morning and once before bed. Also, use mouthwash daily.

Regular Check-ups

Regular checkups with your dentist and professional cleanings with a hygienist should be done twice a year.

Invest in a Nightguard

It could be a lifesaver for those who grind their teeth (Bruxism).

Travel Tips

Currency: The Turkish Lira (₺) is Turkey’s currency. $1 is approximately ₺8.5, and €1 is about ₺9.9.

Sim Card: There are only three GSM providers in Turkey:

  • Vodafone
  • Turkcell
  • Turk Telekom

You can only purchase a sim card with a valid passport. Once you buy one, it must be registered, according to Turkish law.

Travel tips | Dental veneers in TurkeyTravel Tips in Turkey

The Turkish e-visa website warns tourists from:

  • Public display of affection
  • Petting stray dogs
  • Criticizing the Turkish government (punishable by law)

They encourage their visitors to:

  • Keep an eye on their belongings when in tourists areas
  • Carry toilet paper/tissues because some bathrooms may be lacking in these essential items

Enjoy your trip! For more information about how to reach Turkey, check out our Dental Tourism in Turkey page.


If you’re looking to enhance your smile, getting dental veneers in Turkey is a bargain worth chasing.

The cost-quality ratio is enticing and offers you the opportunity to travel and enjoy some downtime in a beautiful country.

If you are interested in the location, talk to our case managers to get the latest prices and deals.


Getting dental veneers in Turkey is one of the most affordable options, with prices going as low as €97 to €210 per tooth.

In the UK, the same would cost €1,100 to €1,500 per tooth. Hence, you can save up to 70 – 80% on the procedure.

The price depends on the type of veneer and the number of teeth to be treated. The following table gives you a rough estimate of veneer prices.

Price Zirconia Composite Porcelain
Per tooth $230/€195 $115/€97 $250/€210
Full set $4,600/€3,900 $2,300/€1,940 $5,000/€4,200

Yes, however, like anywhere it is important to choose a reputable clinic.

Turkey is a reasonably safe country with lots of internationally recognized dental clinics.

Our recommended clinics are in some of the safest cities in the world (Istanbul, Izmir, and Antalya).

Veneers can last up to 20 years with proper care and maintenance. All veneer types have a 90% or above survival rate after 10 years. [15]

Veneers from Turkey can last as long as veneers from any other country.

Some people are skeptical about the quality because of the low prices, however, the country’s low currency value compared to the Pound and USD are the reason for lower costs.

Yes, they can. Porcelain veneers have the best longevity out of all the types (see survival rate table). To ensure longevity, you should be:

  • Brushing and flossing your teeth twice daily
  • Visiting your dentist regularly
  • Consuming staining foods in moderation
  • Avoid grinding your teeth and wear a Night Guard
  • Avoid chewing hard foods with veneered teeth
  • Stop smoking

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