Composite Veneer
in Iran

  • Anesthesia: Local

  • Recovery: 2 Days

  • Clinic Stay: Not Needed

  • Total Stay: 2 Days

  • Back to Work : 2 Days

Porcelain Veneer
in Iran

  • Anesthesia: Local

  • Recovery: 7 Days

  • Clinic Stay: Not Needed

  • Total Stay: 7 Days

  • Back to Work : 7 Days

Composite Veneer
in Iran

  • Anesthesia: Local

  • Recovery: 2 Days

  • Clinic Stay: Not Needed

  • Total Stay: 2 Days

  • Back to Work : 2 Days

Porcelain Veneer
in Iran

  • Anesthesia: Local

  • Recovery: 7 Days

  • Clinic Stay: Not Needed

  • Total Stay: 7 Days

  • Back to Work : 7 Days

Get a brighter smile with high-quality porcelain and composite veneers in Iran offered now in affordable all-inclusive packages by AriaMedTour.

All inclusive Dentistry Packages in Iran

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What We Offer

  • Dental Veneers
    Clinic and doctor visits, Dental Veneers surgery in clinic, post-operative care, recovery, and follow-up

  • T-Visa Authorization Code
    T-visa authorization code. (Note that there is a separate visa fee that the patient must pay when receiving the visa, which it is not part of this package).

  • Pick-up & Transfer
    Airport pick-up, private transfer from hotel to clinic/hospital and vice versa

  • Accommodations
    A three-star to five-star hotel offered which is preferably near the clinic or hospital

  • Other Services
    24-hour on-call assistance, interpreter, SIM card and internet

Note: The doctors and hotels and clinics which are included in the package are offered by AriaMedTour to the patient.
There may be other doctors whom the patients considered and the price might be different. It is highly recommended to bring a companion with you for this surgery as it will facilitate your stay and recovery after the surgery. Based on a new policy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the citizens of the USA, UK, and Canada are included in different logistic services.

* A deposit is an advance payment to secure a spot by the user after making an informed decision and agreeing to receive a service and cannot be refunded due to the user’s refusal to receive the service or cancellation for personal reasons.

Hear about our dentistry patients’ experiences in Iran: They have so much to share.

Watch these dentistry stories from different patients around the world to see why people choose Iran for their cosmetic surgeries and how AriaMedTour facilitates their medical trip to Iran.

A medical trip documentary:
Crossing borders for a unique beauty adventure

Australian patient’s medical trip to
Iran for quality dental implants

One medical trip to Iran, two transformations:
Dental crowns and nose job

Smile makeover abroad:
Composite veneers in Iran

Before & After Photos

Take a look at ‘before and after’ photos of people who got their dentistry done in Iran.

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Now, let’s have a look at the photos
of our patients in Iran!

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Your detailed schedule after arrival in Iran for Composite Veneer & Porcelain Veneer

Composite Veneer:

>> Day 1: Arrival at airport: you will be welcomed by our guide, then picked up and transferred to hotel1. Checking into hotel; Transfer from hotel to clinic; Visiting the doctor2; Transfer from clinic to hotel.

>> Day 2: Transfer from hotel to clinic; preparations for process; conversation between doctor & patient, reviewing the expectations; Performing of process; Post-op recovery at clinic; taking doctor’s instructions and Transfer from clinic to hotel.

>> Day 3: Transfer from hotel to AriaMedTour’s office; AriaMedTour gives patient special gift3; start of permanent follow-up through communication channels.

>> Note:
1 Transfer from the airport to the hotel will be with the taxi.
2 The doctor visit may be in the 1th or 2th day depending on the circumstances.
3 In some cases where your departure is in the weekends this step may not be feasible.
4 The actual number of days you will need to stay in Iran may be different depending on your oral and dental conditions.

Porcelain Veneer:

>> Day 1: Arrival at airport: you will be welcomed by our guide, then picked up and transferred to hotel1. Checking into hotel; Transfer from hotel to clinic; Visiting the doctor2; Transfer from clinic to hotel

>> Day 2: Transfer from hotel to clinic; preparations for process; conversation between doctor & patient, reviewing the expectations; Performing shaving your teeth ; Post-op recovery at clinic; taking doctor’s instructions.

>> Day 3: Taking doctor's instruction; Rest in hotel; taking post-op medications; following instructed diet; follow-up through doctor’s assistant.

>> Day 4: Rest in hotel; Daily walking; follow-up through doctor's assistant.

>> Day 5: Rest in hotel; Regular eating restarts; Daily walking; follow-up through doctor's assistant; transfer from hotel to clinic ; Performing porcelain veneers by the doctor; transfer from clinic to hotel.

>> Day 6: Transfer from hotel to AriaMedTour’s office; AriaMedTour gives patient special gift3; start of permanent follow-up through communication channels.

>> Note:
1 Transfer from the airport to the hotel will be with the taxi.
2 The doctor visit may be in the 1th or 2th day depending on the circumstances.
3 In some cases where your departure is in the weekends this step may not be feasible.
4 The actual number of days you will need to stay in Iran may be different depending on your oral and dental conditions.

About our hotels

We work with a select group of three- to five-star hotels in Tehran and other cities. Depending on the type of package you choose and the location of the hospital or clinic where you are going to receive the treatment, we arrange the most suitable hotel for you. The name, details, and photos of the hotel will be sent to you ahead of time.

No one can deny how desirable a beautiful smile is. That’s why people are spending thousands of dollars on getting dental veneers to improve their smile. However, not everyone has a deep pocket to go for such a costly procedure. In this situation, isn’t it reasonable to travel some extra miles to save the extra money you’d have to pay in your own country?

Dental veneers in Iran: everything you need to know

If you’re living in one of those places with a high cost of dentistry services, dental veneers in Iran would be an enticing offer. To help you get through this whole thing, we’re going to give you all the information you may need when considering Iran as your dental tourism destination.

What are dental veneers?

Dental veneers, also called porcelain veneers, composite veneers or dental laminates, is a cosmetic dental treatment, covering your selected tooth or teeth with thin shells of porcelain, a medical grade ceramic, or composite. These thin shells will replace the tooth’s enamel, which is a natural protective layer on teeth.

Dental veneers give you natural looking teeth with the same visual characteristics, such as shape, light reflecting, color and length of an untouched and original tooth. Veneers can be compared, in terms of strength, to the natural tooth enamel.

girl smiling as she is getting dental veneers

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Why Iran for getting dental veneers?

Apart from plastic surgeries for which Iran has the highest reputation, in some other fields, too, the country has shown a vast potential. One example is dental procedures like porcelain veneers.

With a prestigious status, Iran and particularly the capital city Tehran, are welcoming thousands of travelers who choose this country over other destinations to get their dental procedures done in here. Most patients visiting Iran for dental purposes come from Europe, North America, and the Middle East.

First of all, it is the high quality of dental services that push this country forward in this field. Second, the great proficiency of Iranian dentists contributes a lot to making this country second to none. By taking advantage of new technological developments, Iranian dentists have proved to be the best in the Middle East.

Finally, the price plays a crucial role in attracting many patients to enter the country for their treatments. For example, if you’re living in a western country like the USA, dental veneers may cost you a fortune. However, you may get the same procedure done in Iran at a cost 2 to 3 times lower than the price in your country.

female iranian dentist performing dental veneers for patient

What problems do dental veneers fix?

Dental veneers fix and restore:

  • Damaged enamel

Some lifestyle habits such as smoking or drinking tea and coffee and even some genetic factors play role in wearing down the tooth enamel. Worn enamel affects the appearance of the teeth. By covering the frontal surface of teeth with laminates, the patients regain confidence and protect their teeth from further damage.

  • Broken, cracked or chipped teeth
  • Age-related teeth damage

As we age, our teeth lose their strength and are susceptible to breaking and cracking, which can also give them an uneven appearance.

  • Genetically uneven, irregular shaped teeth
  • Teeth with abnormal gaps and spaces between them
  • Discolored teeth

When a discoloration cannot be fixed through tooth whitening, cosmetic dentistry such as porcelain veneering treatment would do a far better job.

  • Dental misalignment

If the patient wants to straighten their teeth without braces, veneers can be beneficial.

woman showing her white teeth in the mirror after getting porcelain veneers in iran

Dental veneers procedure in Iran

To get dental veneers in Iran, the patient needs to stay 3-14 days in the country (depending on the procedure). Dental veneering is done in approximately 2 sessions. Sometimes 3 appointments are required.

Preparation session

In this session, the dentist trims the teeth and removes about 1 mm of enamel to reach the width of the porcelain veneer and a right height and size for placing the veneer. If the patient wants to use porcelain veneers on some but not all of his/her teeth, it’s better to do a brief whitening process on other surrounding teeth.

Afterward, the dentist makes a model of the patient’s teeth (a mold) and sends the model to the dental laboratory. Each veneer is crafted separately in the laboratory. It usually takes 1 to 2 weeks for the veneers to be ready.

Fitting and bonding session

When the dental veneers are ready, the dentist temporarily places them on the patient’s teeth, in order to check their size, color and how they fit. If both the patient and dentist are satisfied with the result, the bonding phase starts.

Before permanently placing the veneers, the dentist thoroughly cleans the patient’s teeth. An acid substance is used to roughen the surface of teeth and veneers. A special cement is applied to them. Then, the veneers are fixed over the teeth.

After placing them on the teeth, a beam light is shed on the teeth, in order to activate the chemicals in the cement. This process may take about 2 to 3 hours.

In some occasions, the procedure is done under anesthesia, not because it’s painful, but because it might be hard for some patients to stay still for a long time.

In the end, the dentist removes the excess cement. The dentist also checks the alignment and how the teeth sit on each other when the mouth is closed, in other words, the “bite” is checked and corrected if necessary.

porcelain veneer procedure for a trimmed tooth

Types of dental veneers

There are two main types of dental veneers that can cover and restore your chipped, cracked, discolored, or uneven teeth perfectly. They are:

Porcelain veneers

Porcelain veneers are made of ceramic or porcelain. They are durable, stain-resistant, and natural-looking. Plus, they are designed only for one patient, and no two porcelain veneers for two different patients are the same.

Porcelain veneers need preparation before the dentist can put them on your teeth. In this procedure, the dentist will try to preserve the majority of your teeth structure. A variety of veneers made of different materials like zirconia fall in this category of veneers. To get porcelain veneers in Iran, you’ll need to stay 12-14 days in the country.

Composite veneers

Composite veneers are made of composite resins. They are similar to porcelain veneers in terms of quality and efficacy. However, they are not as durable as porcelain veneers. Instead, they need no or minimal preparation, i.e. no enamel trimming and removing is needed. That’s why they are also called no-prep veneers. These veneers cost less than the porcelain veneers. To get composite veneers in Iran, you’ll need to stay 1-3 days in the country.

To tell whether the patients need porcelain or composite veneers and to determine the best choice of material for dental veneering, the patient must consult with a dentist.

Dental veneers cost in Iran

Porcelain veneering or porcelain veneers in Iran costs around $250-$500 per tooth. Composite veneers cost less, around $100-$200 per tooth. This is while typical veneering (per tooth) costs between $800 to $1000 in the US, $500 to $700 in the UK, and $350 to $600 in Turkey. This even gains much importance when it comes to having more than one tooth laminated. So, people can save a significant amount of money by undergoing dental veneers in Iran.

Veneers vs. dental crowns

Dental crowns are the alternative for veneers. The difference is that the crown is suitable for a person who wants a more dramatic change of appearance, color, and shape of their teeth. While veneers cover the surface of a tooth, dental crowns are applied to cover a tooth completely.

Preparing the teeth for dental crowns requires trimming over 50% of the single tooth’s anatomical crown which is the part of a tooth above the gum line. As for the porcelain veneers, only about 3% of a single tooth, above the gum line will be trimmed. So, deep layers of the tooth will remain intact in dental veneering. Dental crowns have a thickness of over 2 mm, but dental veneers are 1 mm thick or even less. That’s why some people may consider veneers more natural than crowns.

crown vs veneer, the difference between dental veneer and dental crowns

Dental veneers recovery

There’s no recovery period for dental veneering. You may experience discomfort or have difficulty chewing hard foods and eating hot and cold foods for about 7-14 days after the procedure. However, you can immediately go back to work and your normal life after placement of the veneers.

Dental veneers aftercare

Regular brushing and flossing, as we normally do with our teeth, is highly necessary after getting porcelain veneers. The toothpaste you use must be a non-abrasive fluoride type of toothpaste. It’s also better to limit the use of tea, coffee, red wine, and other stain-causing foods and drinks.

What are some advantages of dental veneers?

These are some advantages in getting veneers:

  • Natural looking teeth

It means that the light is reflected off the dental veneers as it does off natural teeth. So, it’s as translucent as natural teeth’s enamel. This is because it reflects the layer below the surface of the porcelain veneer.

  • Stain resistance

The stains on the veneers can be wiped off easily.

  • Durability

Porcelain veneers can last up to 10 to 20 years or more.

  • Quick results

Not having to wait a few months to see the results of this beauty treatment is one of its most obvious advantages.

white teeth of a girl after getting dental veneers

What are some disadvantages of dental veneers?

Dental veneers have some drawbacks, which are as follows:

  • Damage possibility

Although porcelain veneers are known to remain strong for years ahead, there’s always a chance of breakage, falling off or chipping. In the case of falling off, it can most probably be reattached by the dentist. If it does break in any way, the patient must go through the whole process all over again, which might not be pocket-friendly.

  • Irreversible process

Once the veneers are bonded, there’s no turning back to how it was before the preparation and application.

  • Teeth sensitivity

As a part of the enamel is removed during the teeth preparation, the teeth will be more sensitive to hot and cold foods or drinks after the procedure.

Frequently Asked Questions About Dental Veneers

To determine whether the patient is a suitable candidate to get porcelain veneer, at first they must make an appointment with their doctor, for teeth and mouth examination, and generally for consultation purposes.

In general, you’re the right candidate for dental veneering procedure if you’re not susceptible to gum disease or don’t have active gum disease. Plus, your enamel should not be weak so that it can be trimmed for the procedure.

Dental veneering is not painful because there are no nerves present on the tooth. However, as a precaution, a local anesthetic may be used based on the doctor’s discretion.

Veneers are a permanent solution to your misshaped teeth. They typically last more than 20 years. However, you need to be cautious about their maintenance.

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February 4, 2023 1:25 pm

I don’t like my smile and my front teeth could really use a makeover. I am considering veneers but not sure which one to use, composite or porcelain. The cost also matters, I want to make a wise choice.

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Dr. Shokrzadeh
Reply to  Sophie
February 5, 2023 7:36 am

Improving your smile with veneers is a great decision! Both porcelain and composite veneers enhance smiles, addressing various issues like misalignment and discoloration.
Well, of course, porcelain veneers are more expensive but considering their longevity, they may end up more cost-effective!
However, here are some other factors you may want to consider when choosing between composite and porcelain veneers to see which one better matches your needs and goals:
Composite Veneers:
● Require little to no shaving and tooth prep (sometimes can be applied directly to the tooth).
● Suitable for chipping, discoloration, and minor misalignments.
● Reversible and can be removed and replaced.
● Less expensive compared to porcelain.
● Less durable compared to porcelain (Last about 4-8 years). 
Porcelain Veneers:
● Involve removing a thin layer of enamel and bonding sculpted porcelain.
● Ideal for severe discoloration, malformation, or misalignment.
● Offer extreme resistance to stains and chipping.
● Generally more expensive than composite.
● More durable (Last about 10-30 years).
Ultimately, your dentist can guide you based on your specific needs.

April 10, 2023 7:56 pm

I have got discolored and chipped teeth and also a rather big gap between some of them. Should I go for dental crowns or are veneers a better treatment? Ideally I want a nice smile like those you see in the advertisements, but which one is a better solution?

Dr. Shokrzadeh
Dr. Shokrzadeh
Reply to  Claire
April 11, 2023 6:21 am

Good question! For discolored, chipped teeth, and gaps, both dental crowns and veneers are potential solutions, each with its considerations.
Briefly, crowns are more invasive and could be a better solution when structural issues are significant, and veneers are a better option for primarily cosmetic purposes. Here’s a comparison:
Dental Crowns:
● Ideal for severely damaged or weakened teeth.
● Covers the entire tooth, providing strength and protection.
● Suitable for cases where structural integrity is a concern.
● More tooth reduction is required compared to veneers (over 50%).
● Thin shells are applied to the front surface of teeth.
● Suitable for cosmetic issues like discoloration, chips, and gaps.
● Requires less tooth reduction than crowns (about 3%).
● Provides an aesthetically pleasing result.
To achieve a picture-perfect smile like those in advertisements, veneers may be a more suitable choice, especially for addressing cosmetic issues without significant structural damage.
I hope this has helped. However, the best solution depends on the specific condition of your teeth. Consult with your dentist to assess your case and determine the most appropriate treatment plan for achieving the smile you desire.

June 14, 2023 1:50 pm

Does smoking also darken veneers? If yes, how much is it gonna affect them?! I am a smoker and the reason I want to get veneers is the teeth discoloration. So I am wondering if the veneers are also gonna get discolored and will I have to renew or bleach the veneers somehow regularly?

Dr. Shokrzadeh
Dr. Shokrzadeh
Reply to  Michael
June 15, 2023 11:34 am

Yes, smoking can contribute to the discoloration of veneers over time. While porcelain veneers are resistant to staining, consistent exposure to substances like tobacco can lead to the accumulation of stains on the surface. The non-porous nature of veneers helps mitigate this, but it doesn’t make them completely immune to discoloration.
The degree to which smoking affects veneers can vary depending on factors such as the frequency and duration of smoking, as well as individual oral hygiene habits. Regular maintenance and care, including professional cleaning by a dentist, can help manage and reduce the impact of smoking-related stains.
If you’re considering veneers to address discoloration caused by smoking, it’s essential to be aware that maintaining their appearance may require additional attention. Regular dental check-ups and professional cleanings can help prevent significant discoloration. In some cases, techniques like whitening from behind or using special pastes during prophylaxis appointments may be employed to refresh the veneers’ appearance.
And yes. Smoking may also lead to a shorter lifespan of veneers and a need for replacement because besides discoloration, it also negatively affects oral health. Although dental veneers work as a protective shield to some extent, they do not completely protect your teeth from the negative effects of smoking. And addressing serious dental issues may require removing and replacing the veneers.
Of course, it would be much more beneficial if you could look at this transformation as a fresh start and quit smoking as you get your new smile. However, I understand that it may not be easily possible for you to totally quit smoking at once. Ultimately, discussing your smoking habits with your cosmetic dentist during the consultation process will allow them to provide personalized advice on maintaining the longevity and aesthetic appeal of your veneers, taking into account your specific circumstances and preferences.

August 18, 2023 4:02 pm

Can you whiten veneers? It has been years since i got my front teeth porcelain veneers and i think they are getting darker. Is there a way to fix it?

Dr. Shokrzadeh
Dr. Shokrzadeh
Reply to  Sadie
August 19, 2023 10:24 am

Porcelain veneers’ color doesn’t change as easily as natural teeth and you can’t whiten veneers in the same way you might whiten natural teeth. Porcelain veneers are designed to be resistant to staining, but a bit of discoloration may be possible over time. Porcelain veneers are an excellent choice for a long-lasting, stain-resistant smile makeover. Unlike natural teeth, which can become discolored due to porous enamel, porcelain is nonporous, much like glass. This nonporous nature makes porcelain resistant to staining from pigments found in foods, beverages, and tobacco, allowing it to maintain its original luster for an extended period.
While the color of properly crafted veneers should remain consistent, there are a few factors that might cause them to appear darker over time. The cement used in the attachment process can become stained, leading to a darker appearance. Additionally, micro-scratches in the porcelain can trap particles, affecting the veneers’ color. Proper care, such as using non-abrasive toothpaste and gentle brushing, can help prevent these issues.
It’s important to note that very old veneers, placed decades ago with different materials, may lose their original luster and appear dull. In such cases, considering replacement with modern, high-quality veneers could be an option.
If you’re concerned about the color of your veneers, consulting with your cosmetic dentist is advisable. They can assess the situation, address any issues like stained cement or micro-scratches, and provide guidance on potential solutions, which might include veneer replacement or other cosmetic dentistry procedures. In some cases, there’s a technique involving bleaching the back side of veneers using a custom-made tray.

October 24, 2023 5:07 pm

Can I have the porcelain veneers removed if I don’t like them? Is it gonna be painful?

Dr. Shokrzadeh
Dr. Shokrzadeh
Reply to  Caroline
October 25, 2023 12:59 pm

Thank you for your question. The short answer would be closer to a NO.
It is possible to remove veneers but considering the fact that you can rarely get veneers without preparing teeth first (it includes a little shaving to get teeth prepared for a veneer without looking bulky and protruding), you must replace another veneer to cover the prepared teeth. So only if you are one of the rare cases who get dental veneers without shaving, you can have them removed, polish your teeth, and regain your previous smile. Otherwise, you should consider dental veneers as an irreversible procedure. Once you get dental veneers, you’re gonna have them for life and you can only have them removed to get new ones. It’s worth mentioning though that veneers usually have a long lifespan, lasting for an average of 10 years and up to 30 years, depending on the type of veneers and how you take care of them.
So make sure you take your time to choose the best option considering the type and color before going for one so that you can enjoy your new smile for a long time without regretting it or having to replace it before it wears out.