Hi. I am looking for cheap dentures but not bottom of the barrel. I don’t want them to be so cheap that the keep falling out of my mouth or the teeth start falling off of them. How cheap is too cheap? I know you can’t tell me the exact cost, but a ballpark figure would help. Thanks. Gracie
Gracie – The average cost of dentures depends on where you live in the country and the dentist who provides them. Your city and state are not included in your inquiry, so we suggest that you call or visit the offices of three dentists in your area.
Tips when comparing the cost for dentures
- As you compare and record the costs from each dentist, find out what is included in the prices you are quoted. Surgical costs for tooth extraction, sedation, lab fees, the type and quality of dentures, and other services factor into the total cost.
- In order to receive quality dentures that last, consider looking for a competitive price from a highly skilled cosmetic dentist, and not insisting on a bargain.
- Cosmetic dentures will give you a smile that reflects your personality and doesn’t look generic. Think about dentures as more than just teeth to chew your food. Denture teeth become your smile. If the denture teeth are pasty looking, bulky, or fake looking, they can embarrass you and affect your confidence or self-esteem.
- Carefully choose the dentist from whom you receive dentures. A cosmetic dentist can produce natural-looking results. Compare cosmetic dentures with low-quality dentures and see the difference for yourself.
Ask for information on financing, payment plans, and other ways that each dentist makes high-quality, cosmetic dentures affordable for you.
This post is sponsored by Bedminster, NJ cosmetic dentist Dr. Allyson Hurley.