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What are Veneers?

Veneers are thin shells, also called dental laminates, that are used to cover unsightly teeth and give patients attractive smiles. They are easy to place and can quickly improve the smile of patients with dental cracks and stains, and for patients who have gaps between their teeth.

What is the difference between Veneers and Dental Crowns?

Veneers cover only the front portion of teeth. Crowns cover or replace the entire tooth. Crowns are therefore thicker than veneers. A major portion of the tooth needs to be reduced before placing a crown while only a small portion of the tooth needs to be reduced before placing a veneer. A crown is used for covering damaged teeth and is also placed over a dental implant. A veneer is only used for cosmetic purposes.

What are the best types of Veneers?

The best type of veneer depends on the needs of each individual patient. Some veneers can be easily placed without much tooth preparation. Some veneers are suitable for severely damaged teeth. Some veneers can be easily made in the clinic and patients do not have to wait long for their placement. Some veneers are cheaper than others and are suitable for patients looking for a low cost option.  Your dentist should discuss the options with you so you can make the best choice.

How long before you can eat after getting Veneers?

Dentists recommend that patients eat only soft foods after veneers are placed, and for the first few days, until they get used to them. Veneers are normally bonded firmly to teeth and patients can eat any type of food.

What are Veneers made from?

Veneers are made from ceramic, composite resins or zirconium.

Why do tourists visit Malta?

Malta is a sunny Mediterranean country with a rich history and culture. The Knights of Malta built hospitals and churches in Malta and many of these buildings are beautifully preserved. The Saint John's Cathedral in the country’s capital Valletta is one of the most elaborately decorated churches in the world. Malta has its own local cuisine and restaurants serving international fare. The climate in Malta is mild throughout the year. Malta is well-known for performing arts and hosts arts festivals, music festivals and ballet performances.  Malta has large shopping malls and small stores selling souvenirs and local Maltese arts and crafts. Accommodation options include luxury hotels, budget hotels, villas, farm stays, bed and breakfasts and apartments.   

Why do International patients visit Malta?

Malta has a history of offering high quality medical services for patients. The Knights of Malta also called the Knights Hospitaller established hospitals in Jerusalem and other parts of Europe, including Malta, to care for the sick and ailing. Today, Malta has well-equipped hospitals and private clinics that offer high quality healthcare services at affordable prices for overseas patients. All staff and doctors speak at Maltese hospitals and clinics English.     

Does Malta have international airports?

All Maltese islands are served by the Malta International Airport.

What are the visa requirements for patients travelling for medical treatments to Malta?

There is no specific visa for patients travelling for medical treatments to Malta. Patients can get short stay visas to travel for treatments to Malta. Details on how to obtain a short stay visa to Malta are available at the website:  https://identitymalta.com/visa-types-validity/

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ServiceScore
Excellent
from 1,070 users
8.8
Drs Demajo Dental and Implantology Clinics - Dental Clinic in MaltaFeatured

Drs Demajo Dental and Implantology Clinics

Head Office 1/3 Marina Court, Giuseppe Cali Street, Ta' Xbiex, 1421
4.8 from 275 verified reviews
The doctor was amazing both in the preliminary conversations as well as during the proceduresEric, US, 10 12 21

A shortened version of my Google rating, after much research regarding Dental Tourism, I was fortunate enough to locate the Drs Demajo Dental and Implantology Clinic in Malta. It was determined in the USA that I needed an implant procedure for 4 consecutive teeth as well as some other procedures involving new or replacement crowns. I had obtained several estimates which were exorbitant (causing much anxiety) and after researching the clinic website, I shared the information with Dr. Jean Paul. After the first conversation with him, all the anxiety was put to rest. Knowing they had an in house laboratory and used all material from the best labs in Switzerland (according to my previous research), I was completely at ease. The accommodation that is available right above the clinic, travel assistance and transport to and from the airport was the icing on the cake. I made two trips to Malta - first for the implant procedure and a few crown replacements (he didn't agree with the amount of work being recommended in the US) and the second to complete the procedure with attaching the Partial appliance to the implant. Dr. Jean Paul was amazing both in the preliminary conversations as well as during the procedures themselves. He allowed plenty of time to utilize the very comfortable and clean accommodations to allow for recovery and monitoring so I had no complications. Not only was Dr. Jean Paul a star in his own right but the entire staff could not be more accommodating and helpful. And the cost, much more reasonable than the US. I appreciated not only the dental experience but the opportunity to visit and enjoy a beautiful island and meet some of it's incredible citizens. Thank you to Dr. Jean Paul and Staff for turning a potential miserable experience into a very memorable one.

Veneers €150 - €500
Another possibility to crowning of anterior teeth is Veneers. These are wafer thin shells of porcelain, which are bonded onto the front of natural teeth. These veneers correct discoloured, chipped, twisted or otherwise malformed teeth. Although rather thin in manufacture, on bonding these become an intrinsic part of the tooth and are strong and resilient to normal everyday wear and tear.
Porcelain Veneers €450 - €500
Composite Veneers €150 - €200
1 more treatment
2 other locations in Malta for Drs Demajo Dental and Implantology Clinics
Drs Demajo Dental and Implantology - Valetta

Drs Demajo Dental and Implantology - Valetta

26/1 Merchants Street, Valetta
Drs Demajo The Dental Spa and Lab

Drs Demajo The Dental Spa and Lab

1/1 Marina Court, G. Cali Street, Ta'
ServiceScore
Outstanding
from 418 users
9.1
Fortedent Dental Clinic - Dental Clinic in MaltaFeatured

Fortedent Dental Clinic

114 High Street, Sliema, SLM 3012
4.8 from 35 verified reviews
Very nice people who did a good jobJohnny, Malta, 07 03 20

Very nice people who did a good job. I had a broken tooth.

Veneers €410 - €450
Dentist Consultation from €15
Dental Implants from €1000
1500 euro for total cost of implant + crown.
45 more treatments
ServiceScore
Excellent
from 109 users
8.9
Prodent Care Dental&Centre for Dental Implantology - ProDent

Prodent Care Dental&Centre for Dental Implantology

164, Triq in-Naxxar, San Gwann, SGN 9030
4.9 from 5 verified reviews
Prompt and qualified serviceJoseph, Malta, 25 02 19

I have had a difficult operation, which turned down to be perfect in its outcome and following the dentist instructions, my long term problem was solved. Prompt and qualified service.

Veneers  
A veneer is a thin layer of porcelain made to fit over the front surface of the tooth. Sometime, a natural composite material is used instead of porcelain. It can improve the colour, shape and position of teeth. A precise shade of porcelain can be chosen to give the right colour to improve a single discoloured or stained tooth or to lighten front teeth.We use the finest porcelain veneers available to restore crooked, damaged, or discolored teeth. A veneer can make a chipped tooth look intact. It covers the whole front part of the tooth with thicker surface replacing the fractured part. Veneers can be used to close small gaps, if orthodontic treatment is not suitable. If one tooth is slightly out of position to the rest, a veneer is sometimes fitted to bring it in line with the other teeth.
Porcelain Veneers  
Lumineers™  
1 more treatment
ServiceScore
Excellent
from 115 users
8.5
Camilleri Dental Clinic - Dental Clinic in Malta

Camilleri Dental Clinic

15, Regent House, Bisazza Street, Sliema, SLM15
4.8 from 3 verified reviews
The doctor is patient, yet firm and treatment are done swiftlyGiselle, Malta, 26 06 19

Excellent treatment and service for kids. Dr Audrey Camilleri is patient, yet firm and treatment are done swiftly. The clinic is equipped with various toys that help to distract the child during the procedure, as well as having toys in the waiting area which is always a good idea to keep kids occupied.

Veneers  
Dentist Consultation  
Dental Implants  
46 more treatments
ServiceScore
Excellent
from 5 users
8.2
Mediatrix Dental and Implantology Centre- Zabbar - Dental Clinic in Malta

Mediatrix Dental and Implantology Centre- Zabbar

7 Sanctuary Street, Ħaż-Żabbar, ZBR1010
For more information about Mediatrix Dental and Implantology Centre- Zabbar in Zabbar please contact the clinic.
Veneers  
Dentist Consultation  
Dental Implants  
34 more treatments
ServiceScore
Very Good
from 32 users
7.5
Dental Care Centre - logo

Dental Care Centre

274, Fleurs De Lys Road., B'Kara
4.5 from 1 verified review
He was quick and extremely efficientRebecca, Malta, 02 06 17

I saw Dr. Formosa for an emergency (whilst pregnant!) in 2014. He was quick and extremely efficient. I have recommended him to others who require a dentist urgently. Central location though parking may be tricky at times.

Veneers  
Dentist Consultation  
Dental Implants  
20 more treatments
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