While partial dentures are made to cover only a small part of your mouth, leaving the rest of your natural teeth intact, they tend to trend less than the average cost of full dentures. That said, each and every one of our denture solutions are made to address your individual needs, which means no treatment plan will look (or cost) the same.
Once you’ve been examined, your Affordable Dentures & Implants dentist will give you the rundown on your unique plan, including the details of treatment and their associated costs. However, if you’re looking for fee information ahead of time, you can always:
- Call your local practice directly
- Call 1-800-DENTURE to get fee information over the phone, or request an information brochure mailed to you at no charge
- Visit our Locations page to see the fee schedule for your local practice
Each practice’s fees are made available so you can get a reasonable estimate of your approximate services. However, additional fees may apply in some cases, so always make sure to check in with your local practice and dentist for specifics.
What Cost Factors Are Associated with Partial Dentures?
To make sure you get the right partial dentures for your needs and budget, your dentist will work with you to determine the right care plan. The average cost of partials will depend on a number of factors in that care plan, including:
- Any additional procedures
- Any oral care you may need
- Any extractions necessary
- Where you get your treatment
- The materials used to make your your partials
Cost of Acrylic Partial Dentures
Acrylic partial dentures have an acrylic base into which the denture teeth are set. The partial denture is then attached to your natural teeth with small metal clasps. While they tend to be bulkier, acrylic partial dentures tend to be the more affordable option. They also have upgrade options, depending on the practice, where you can add more durable, more natural-looking teeth to the base. Thanks to our in-house lab, our practices can often offer you acrylic partial dentures on the same day as your fitting.
Cost of Cast Metal Partial Dentures
A cast metal partial denture is, as the name suggests, made of a metal framework with high-quality denture teeth attached. When compared to acrylic partial dentures, they tend to be stronger and less bulky, with a more comfortable fit. At this time, an outside lab creates the metal framework onto which our on-site lab will then attach the denture teeth. Since our special metal framework is made by an outside laboratory, availability of this partial averages at about two to three weeks.
Dental Insurance Coverage
Our practices are proud to accept most dental insurance plans, Medicaid, and third-party care plans such as Veterans Affairs. For more info, visit our How Much Do Dentures Cost? page, our dental financing and payment options page, or talk to the staff at your local practice.