It is becoming increasingly common for people to have dental treatments abroad, in Europe or beyond, to help reduce the cost. This is very often the case with cosmetic dental procedures, where the cost reduction can be quite significant. But is it worth it?
Ultimately, it is not the best choice to have a dental treatment abroad. You may be risking your health, as the dental surgery you choose may not have the same standards as a practice in the UK, and may not be governed by the same kinds of rigorous regulations. You may also find that there is a language barrier, making veneers a very difficult treatment to have abroad. It will be hard to communicate exactly what you want, and you may end up with veneers that don’t look as good as you had hoped. It is a much better and safer option to save up and have your veneers applied in the UK by a registered dentist or orthodontist.