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Partial dentures

Feel full of confidence again with our lineup of partial dentures. Learn what your denture experts recommend for you with our Smile Solutions quiz, or explore our three types of dentures to transform your smile below.

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Partial denture packages

Transform your smile for one inclusive price with our premium partial denture packages.

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Flexilytes Combo℠

Our most premium option that stays secure and blends in with your smile.

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The metal-free solution that will make your smile look true to you again.

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Cast Partial

Our standard partial gives you the strength and function you need.

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Dental financing & insurance

We’re dedicated to helping make sure your care is covered. With dental financing, a wide range of insurance partners and our Aspen Dental Savings Plan, learn the ways we make care affordable to you.

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Implants you can afford

We know experiencing tooth loss can make enjoying life hard—that’s why we’re making the next best thing to natural teeth affordable for you. Enjoy life your way again with implant dentures: our most affordable implant solution yet.

Are dentures for you?

Find out today. See what your denture experts recommend for you with our Smile Solution quiz, or learn what to expect with dentures with our patient resources.

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Partial denture FAQs

Partial dentures are fully removable dental inserts that replace one or more missing teeth. They’re a popular smile replacement solution designed to blend in among your remaining teeth to help restore the look and functionality of your smile.

Partial dentures attach to your remaining teeth with metal or plastic clasps. They are custom-made to fit your mouth and provide support for your cheeks and lips. Partial dentures can help improve your ability to chew and speak, and also prevent your remaining teeth from shifting.

To maintain proper oral health, the American Dental Association (ADA) recommends evaluating your denture(s) to see if they need to be replaced if you’ve had them for 5 or more years. Partial dentures may require more consistent check-ups and hygiene visits, so check in with your dentist to see what they recommend to ensure you get the most out of your smile. To maintain comfortable dentures, explore our care tips.

Partial dentures may feel uncomfortable or awkward at first, but most people adjust to them within a few weeks. It’s important to follow your dentist’s instructions for wearing and tending to your partial dentures to enjoy maximum comfort. To learn more about what life is like with dentures, explore our living with dentures resource.

Yes, partial dentures can help improve your ability to chew and eat comfortably. However, it may take some time to get used to eating with your partial dentures, and you may need to avoid certain foods or cut them into smaller pieces while you adjust.

It’s generally recommended that you remove your partial dentures while sleeping to keep your partial clean and allow your gums and mouth to rest. However, if you have trouble sleeping without your partial dentures, talk to your Aspen Dental dentist about the best options for you.

For tips on how to properly clean your partial denture, visit our guide to denture cleaning.

You should clean your partial dentures daily with a denture brush and mild soap or denture cleaner. Be sure to rinse them thoroughly with water before wearing them again. Learn more cleaning tips today.

Yes, if your partial dentures become damaged, they can usually be repaired by a dentist or denture technician. It’s important to have repairs performed promptly to ensure the best fit and function of your partial dentures.

Yes, if your partial dentures become damaged, they can usually be repaired by a dentist or denture technician. It’s important to have repairs performed promptly to ensure the best fit and function of your partial dentures. If your partial needs to be repaired, schedule a visit today.

Yes, partial dentures can be used in conjunction with dental implants to replace missing teeth. Your dentist can help determine the best treatment options for your individual needs. Learn if you’re a candidate for implants by scheduling a visit today.

The cost of partial dentures depends on:

  • Your specific dental insurance plan

  • Your dentist and location

  • Your recommended treatment plan

With Aspen Dental, average pricing for our partial denture packages ranges from $1,130-$1,450 with your out-of-pocket costs depending on your insurance. We can also connect you with a third-party financing partner to ensure you get the right smile solution for you. Explore financing options and our Aspen Dental savings plan.

In some cases, partial dentures may not be recommended for people with advanced gum disease. Your Aspen Dental dentist will evaluate your individual needs and recommend the best treatment options for you.


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