Every patient that's looking into getting porcelain veneers, their first question is, "How much do they cost?" Well, that's a variable question. They can vary from $600 to over $2000. Why the big difference? Well, there's a lot of difference involved in planing, in direct preparation of the veneers where you make them right on top of the tooth in composite resin to handcraft it very, very thin no-preparation veneers. There's variations in, "Do you have temporaries or do you not have temporaries? Was there a planing stage done with the wax up?" There's also the skill and the background of the doctor doing the veneers. You're going to pay more for an experienced doctor as you would expect and so that's why things vary so much.

Considering Porcelain Veneers? Here's How Much They Might Cost You

Dr. Tom Hedge discusses the cost of porcelain veneers, noting that several factors such as temporary or permanent, skill level of the surgeon, etc.