HOW MUCH DO PARTIALS COST
|Partial Types||Cost Range|
|Full dentures||$400 – $8,000|
|Partial||$1,400 – $1,800|
Average cost: $1,400 – $1,800
Partials are a great choice if you still have some healthy teeth left. Designed to fit around your natural teeth, they help to prevent tooth loss or extraction and can be removed between meals and while you sleep.
Depending on the type of partial your dentist recommends and the materials used, the average cost ranges from $1,400 to $1,800. Discover the different costs for each type below or learn more about partial dentures.
Average cost: $1,800
Metal partial dentures are the most expensive type of partial denture, costing around $1,800. Thanks to their metal and acrylic base, they are durable and place less pressure on your remaining teeth. Often they are fitted with a metal clasp which holds the dentures in place. However, they are often considered less aesthetic because of their color and visible clasps
Average cost: $1,400
Acrylic partials are another possibility for replacing missing teeth and are the most cost-effective choice, starting at $1,400. However, their design often has little or no tooth support , which can have a detrimental effect on the surrounding hard and soft gum tissue over time.
Average cost: $1,700
As a mid-range option, flexible denture implants start at $1,700 on average. They are normally made from a mix of acrylic and a small amount of metal, which is used to help clasp them in place inside your mouth. Plus, the grips are gum-colored which means they may be a better option cosmetically.
Average cost: $900
Temporary or ‘immediate’ dentures cost around $900, making them the most cost-efficient option. On the other hand, they are not a permanent or long-term solution. They are normally used in the interim while your mouth heals from surgery and your permanent dentures are being constructed.
Want to know more about preparing for tooth loss? Learn more about the steps involved with getting temporary immediate dentures.
Types of Dental Treatment
Generally speaking, the total cost of your dentures depends on many factors: the work that needs to be done, the amount of follow-up appointments, the type of dentures that you choose to have fitted, as well as the dentist providing the service.
Be sure to consult with your dentist on the treatment plan that’s right for you and your budget.