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Fees for extractions or other extraordinary costs not included.

Replacement

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Basic Full
Basic Full Basic Full

Starting at $ $ Per denture** Savings of $

Starting at $ $ Per denture** Savings of $

Immediate* Basic Denture with temporary soft relines, and permanent hard reline.  

Unaccented materials

6 Month

Classic Full
Classic Full Classic Full

Starting at $ $ Per denture** Savings of $

Starting at $ $ Per denture** Savings of $

Immediate* Classic Denture with temporary soft relines, and permanent hard reline.  

High strength, high-grade compound

1 Year

NaturaLytes®
NaturaLytes® NaturaLytes®

Starting at $ $ Per denture** Savings of $

Starting at $ $ Per denture** Savings of $

NaturaLytes® Immediate* Denture with temporary soft reline, and permanent hard reline.  

Wear resistant, high-grade materials

3 year

ComfiLytes®
ComfiLytes® ComfiLytes®

Starting at $ $ Per denture** Savings of $

Starting at $ $ Per denture** Savings of $

ComfiLytes® Immediate* Denture with temporary soft relines, and ComfiLytes® Permanent Denture. Annual denture cleaning included.  

Lightweight, impact, odor, wear and stain-resistant compound

7 year

Denture Type
Price Per Denture

Fees for extractions or other extraordinary costs not included.

Replacement

Complete New Denture
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Materials
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Warranty
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Cast Partial
Cast Partial Cast Partial

Starting at $ $ Per denture** Savings of $

Starting at $ $ Per denture** Savings of $

Immediate* Acrylic Partial Denture with temporary soft relines, and Cast Partial Denture.

Created with materials known as the industry standard

6 month

FlexiLytes®
FlexiLytes® FlexiLytes®

Starting at $ $ Per denture** Savings of $

Starting at $ $ Per denture** Savings of $

Immediate* Acrylic Partial Denture with temporary soft relines, and FlexiLytes® Partial Denture.  

 Lightweight, durable compound, metal-free

2 year

FlexiLytes Combo®
FlexiLytes Combo® FlexiLytes Combo®

Starting at $ $ Per denture** Savings of $

Starting at $ $ Per denture** Savings of $

Immediate* Acrylic Partial Denture with temporary relines, and FlexiLytes® Combo Partial Denture.  

Lightweight, flexible materials, plus metal framework for stability

2 year

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*Your Immediate Denture is a temporary denture that you will wear until your permanent denture is ready. It provides improved comfort and appearance, and can aid in the healing process, so you don’t have to wait to smile again.

**Not valid with previous or ongoing work. Discounts may vary when combined with insurance or financing and cannot be combined with other offers or dental discount plans. Dentures discount taken off usual and customary fee and based on a single arch ComfiLytes® denture. See office for details. © Aspen Dental Managment, Inc.

Denture Money Back Guarantee

Your Dentures are Backed By Our Word.

We’re doing whatever it takes to give America a healthy mouth. And we believe a healthy mouth is one that’s both comfortable and happy. That’s why we’re guaranteeing your money back if you’re not happy with your dentures.

The Denture Money Back Guarantee applies to all full and partial dentures and covers the cost of the denture only. The refund request must be submitted within 90 days after insert of final denture or hard reline. Denture(s) must be returned within 90 days after refund request date.

Denture Advice

When to Get Dentures

If you think you might need dentures, we invite you to schedule an appointment with one of our dentists who can evaluate your specific needs and recommend appropriate treatment.

​Replacing Existing Dentures 

Dentures help millions of people live more normal lives, but just like natural teeth, they require regular care. Dentures can wear down, stain, and lose their shape. Over time they may become less comfortable as the size and shape of your mouth changes. See your dentist if:

  • Your current dentures are uncomfortable
  • You find yourself using more and more denture adhesives
  • You've been wearing the same dentures for more than 5 years. The American Dental Association (ADA) recommends that dentures be replaced every 5 to 7 years.

Getting Your New Smile

Aspen Dental wants your transition to dentures to be easy and comfortable, so all our offices are equipped with on-site denture labs. That means our dentists and technicians can work together to give you a comfortable fit and faster service. In fact, many denture repairs and adjustments can be done while you wait.

How long does the new denture process take?

It doesn’t take long to get a brand new smile. Once the dentist has examined you and determined you are a candidate for dentures, the denture-fitting process can begin right away. The time between being fitted with your immediate dentures and being fitted with your permanent dentures can vary, depending on your situation.

We want you to be happy with your new smile and are happy to answer any questions you may have about the denture process.

Taking Care of Dentures

Pastes, powders, brushes? Caring for your dentures can seem confusing, but it's quite easy. We recommend cleaning your dentures after every meal with a denture brush and denture cleanser or soap. Avoid gritty pastes or powders. Your dentist will be happy to explain the best way to care for your dentures.

Dentures aren't permanent. You should see your dentist at least once a year for a complete exam to ensure your dentures still fit properly and are in good shape.

Dentures Myths and Facts

For most patients, today’s dentures are comfortable, natural-looking, and can vastly improve your life. Here are some common misconceptions and the real facts.

Denture Myth:  Once I receive my new dentures, I’m set for life.

Denture Fact:  According to the American Dental Association, dentures should be replaced every 5-7 years. Natural teeth wear down and stain over the years; your dentures will too. The tissue in your mouth and jaw bone changes constantly. As a result, your dentures will require adjusting and rebasing periodically so that they continue to fit comfortably and securely.

Denture Myth:  Once I receive my new dentures, I don't have to go to the dentist anymore.

Denture Fact:  You will need to see your dentist at least once a year so that any corrective measures with the fit of your dentures may be taken and serious problems avoided. And be sure to see your dentist at the first sign of irritation or frequent sore spots on your gums, no matter how minor you may feel it to be.

Denture Myth:  I will never be able to eat foods like apples and corn on the cob with dentures.

Denture Fact:  Although eating with dentures takes adjustment, don't be discouraged. You will learn to bite and chew in a slightly different way. You will likely be able to enjoy eating apples, corn and many other foods you have been avoiding when you have mastered the art. Your dentist will be happy to help you work through any problems you encounter.

Denture Myth:  It will take a lifetime to adjust to my new dentures.

Denture Fact:  Dentures are a substitute for your natural teeth and will therefore take some getting used to. Some people will feel comfortable with their dentures in a week, some will take longer. But your facial muscles and oral tissues will adapt to the dentures in a very short time and you should soon feel quite comfortable with them.  If not, be sure to contact your dentist.  You may need a simple adjustment.

Denture Quality

Learn more about your dentures

At Aspen Dental, we believe that no two mouths are alike, so no two dentures will be identical. Each set of dentures we create is custom-made and handcrafted for you and you alone. 

Our dentists and denture technicians work with you to produce dentures to suit your unique needs and create just the "right" look that fits our patients' appearance, the way they speak and the way they eat and chew.

The first step in creating your dentures is to complete an accurate impression of the upper and lower portions of your mouth. The impression is turned into a base that will help us create a complete model of your new smile called a "Try-In Denture."

Your Aspen Dental dentist will have a variety of different teeth to choose from, with a wide range of color, shades and shapes, and translucency. These are inserted in the wax Try-In Denture as your dentist presents you with different options for your new smile. At this stage, you can preview and make changes to truly customize your new dentures.

Then we use two different but equally precise methods to create our dentures.
Cold-pour is the traditional way dentures have been fabricated for years. And it uses a method and materials that have been proven for their reliability and durability.

Heat-injected is a more advanced technology in which the denture material is injected into a custom mold with over 110 psi of pressure and then heat-cured. The resulting denture is stronger, denser and more closely matches the impressions of your mouth, so it can provide a more precise and comfortable fit.

When your dentures are ready, the final steps are the most crucial. Every Aspen Dental office features an on-site Denture Lab where the dentist and denture technician can make final adjustments that are vital to making your dentures fit well and work well. They are also readily available to make on-going adjustments if necessary, to ensure that your dentures are as comfortable as possible.

The end result will be a smile you're proud of and dentures that meet your exact standards, as well as ours. 


 

Your smile is protected - all our dentures come with an Aspen Dental warranty.

During the warranty term of your denture, we will repair, free-of-charge, any break, crack or fracture, or replace, free-of-charge, any tooth loss that is a result of a flaw in workmanship. However, we will not reconstruct, repair, reline or replace the denture, free-of-charge, due to any of the following: loss, discoloration, excessive wear (for example, excessive grinding of teeth), inappropriate use (for example, any use not prescribed by the dentist), neglect or abuse. Defects or damages resulting from any service adjustments or alterations of your denture by someone other than an authorized Aspen Dental representative are excluded from coverage under our warranty agreement and will render it null and void.

Warranty Periods

7 years

ComfiLytes®

3 years

NaturaLytes®

2 years

FlexiLytes®

2 years

FlexiLytes Combo®

1 year

Classic Full

6 months

Basic Full

6 months

Cast Partial

 

 

 

 

Dental Implants

Our no-slip, all-smile, totally ingenious denture system.

INTRODUCING THE SECUREDENT® IMPLANT SYSTEM FOR DENTURES

It's a simple procedure. Really.

Miniature titanium implant posts are gently placed in the patient's jawbone. These posts act like the tooth root, helping to hold your denture securely in place by snapping on the post, like the snap on a jacket.

The procedure is remarkably simple and takes about an hour. In fact, most patients are able to eat within hours of their procedure.

If your dentures are slipping, chances are you're not smiling.  It's normal - due to natural changes in bone structure, even the best-fitting dentures can become loose and slip. And that makes eating and social situations uncomfortable. The solution's a simple one: SecureDent® Implant System for Dentures is an FDA-approved, mini-implant system that allows you to quickly and easily secure your dentures in place.

Aspen Dental is the only provider of SecureDent® and proud of it. It's in keeping with our commitment to providing our patients with exceptional quality.

It's amazing what a few implants can do. Secure dentures mean no slipping, and much more:

  • Less mess. There's no need for messy denture adhesives, pastes, or powders.
  • Eating is enjoyable again. You can eat your favorite foods, from apples to steak, and get the nutrition that comes with it.
  • Speaking is easy. You can speak in a relaxed, natural tone and not worry about your dentures coming loose.
  • Bone mass is preserved. Bone grows around each implant and prevents the deterioration of bone mass over time.

In the end, it's about far more than teeth.