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Dentures: Understanding the Prices

Date: Thursday, June 7, 2018 12:56 PM EST

Dentures are a common way of dealing with missing or damaged teeth; there are a variety of different kinds, but they all serve the same purpose: to help you both look and feel better about yourself and your appearance while also restoring your dental health and capabilities. But there’s a lot of disparity in denture pricing, and people are often frustrated when trying to get an accurate estimate for an implant procedure because of it. In this article, we will go over some of the general pricing for different types of dentures and explain a little bit about why the pricing is the way that it is.

Full Dentures. Also referred to as “conventional dentures” these are the kind that most people think of when they heard the word “dentures”. Essentially, they are the type of dentures that replace or cover up your teeth in full. The pricing for a set of full dentures can vary greatly; a single plate (either top or bottom) can cost anywhere from three hundred to five thousand dollars, meaning that a purchase for a full set of dentures (top and bottom plates) can cost from six hundred to ten thousand dollars. And while it may see like this price gap is far too large to be reasonable, it’s important to remember that the price of dentures depends not just on the type of denture but also the overall quality of the denture set. Some conventional dentures, for example, are obviously fake when you see them; while usually just as effective as more realistically rendered dentures, some people prefer that their dentures not look obviously unrealistic. Additionally, while lifelike dentures are more expensive, they are also usually more durable when compared to their cheaper counterparts, making them a good investment overall if you want a full set of dentures that will last a long time.

Implant-Supported Dentures. This variety of denture is significantly more expensive compared to the other types due to the notable difference of having metal implants placed within your jaw to help stabilize and secure the dentures. A single plate can cost three thousand dollars to thirty thousand dollars depending on the complexity of the overall procedure (making a full set with both top and bottom plates anywhere from six thousand to sixty thousand dollars).Reference:

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