Everything You Need To Know About Dentures: Cost, Benefits, and Procedures.

Dentures restore smiles and functionality for those who have lost teeth due to aging, disease, or injury, significantly affecting their quality of life and ability to eat. This post dives into the essentials, including their types, who benefits from them, the fitting process, and their cost.

What Are Dentures?

Dentures, custom-fit to your mouth, replace missing teeth and tissues to restore your smile, prevent facial sagging, and improve speech and chewing.

Different Types

Dentures come mainly in two forms: complete and partial.

  • Complete Dentures cater to those without any teeth and are available in two varieties: conventional, created after the gums begin to heal following tooth removal, and immediate, which are pre-made and ready for use right after tooth extraction.
  • Partial Dentures are selected when some natural teeth are still present, filling gaps and preventing other teeth from moving.

Additionally, implant-supported dentures provide a more secure fit by anchoring onto dental implants in the jawbone, offering increased stability.

Who Benefits from Dentures?

Anyone who has lost one or more teeth from decay, disease, or trauma can benefit from this procedure. Though often associated with older adults, they are suitable for people of any age who have experienced tooth loss.

The Procedure

This type of procedure usually requires several dentist visits over a few weeks for impressions, trials, and adjustments to ensure the perfect shape, color, and fit of the final denture for comfort and functionality.

How Much Do Dentures Cost?

Denture costs depend on their type, materials, and case complexity, with partials ranging from $300 to $5,000, complete sets from $600 to $8,000, and implant-supported versions exceeding $20,000. Dental insurance often partially covers these costs.


This procedure offers a reliable solution for tooth loss, enhancing your smile, functionality, and confidence with a comfortable and natural fit. For personalized advice, contact Dr. Natalia Silva at (203)-359-2222 or schedule an appointment.


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