¹Starting at price is based on a first-time denture wearer selecting a new, basic single arch denture. Price displayed is average price paid by patients nationwide for selected denture. Price does not include relines.
With one of the largest dental networks of Denture Experts who’ve made over 2 million dentures since 1998, you’re in great hands.
Using our on-site labs, our dentists and technicians seamlessly design your partial denture for fast delivery, so it stays affordable and you get back to smiling sooner.
With 5 denture models that offer a range of materials and warranties, you can customize your smile at any price point. Looking to replace your current denture? Explore your options.
²Not valid for previous or ongoing work and cannot be combined with other discounts or dental discount programs. Offer does not apply to orthodontia. Discount taken off usual and customary fees and does not apply to services rendered by a specialist. Patients with insurance will receive either the 20% discount or insurance plan pricing, whichever discount is greater. Offer must be presented at first visit. Offer expires 03/31/2023.
With options for every budget, your best smile is within reach.
³Price displayed is average price paid by patients nationwide for selected denture. Price does not include relines.
Upgrade to dental implants to experience the closest feeling to your natural teeth. Explore the option that had 4 out of 5 denture patients wish they’d chosen them from the start.⁴
⁵The Denture Money-Back Guarantee applies to all full and partial dentures and covers the cost of the permanent denture(s) only. Additional adjustments may be offered prior to refund. The guarantee period begins upon insert of final denture or hard reline and refund request must be submitted within 90 days thereafter. Denture(s) must be returned within 90 days after refund request date.
Aspen Dental offers some of the most affordable denture packages on the market, compared to leading, competitive pricing.
Based on insights from Authority Dental, the average market price ranges for dentures are higher than those at Aspen Dental:
Conventional denture arch: $1,000–$3,000
Removable implant-supported denture arch: $8,000–$17,500
If you’re in need of an immediate denture, which is a temporary denture provided after a teeth extraction procedure, average market pricing is between $1,000–$3,000 per arch. Unless hard relined, immediate dentures are not intended to be used long-term.
With Aspen Dental, we keep all of your costs upfront so you always know what you’re getting. When you create your care plan with your care team based on the denture package you’ve selected, they’ll go over additional recommended treatment costs, which may include:
We work with most dental insurance providers and accept most major dental insurance plans. Aspen Dental does not accept Medicaid.
If you don’t currently have insurance—no worries. We’ll connect you with third-party financing to ensure you get the care you need. Explore financing options and our Aspen Dental Savings Plan.
To see which providers are accepted by your local Aspen Dental office, visit their location page. We do not accept Medicaid.
The American Dental Association (ADA) recommends replacing your denture(s) every 5 years to maintain proper oral health. Taking great care of your dentures now means smiling longer. For our care tips to keep your dentures comfortable, visit our denture maintenance page.
Dentures are artificial teeth and gums that are designed to replace missing teeth. The cost of dentures can vary depending on several factors, including the materials used, the type of dentures, the location, and the dental professional who is providing the service.
At Aspen Dental, the cost can range from a few hundred dollars to several thousand dollars. Generally speaking, basic lower-cost dentures made from acrylic resin are less expensive than premium dentures made from high-quality materials like porcelain and acrylic. However, the exact cost of dentures can vary depending on individual factors such as the number of visits required and the materials used in the dentures. It's best to consult with a dental professional to determine the cost of dentures that would be most appropriate for your specific needs.
Here are some of the factors that contribute to the cost of dentures:
Type of Dentures: There are different types of dentures, such as full dentures and partial dentures. The type of dentures you need will depend on the number of teeth you are missing, and the type of dentures can impact the cost.
Materials Used: The materials used to make dentures can also impact the cost. Basic dentures are usually made from acrylic resin, while premium dentures may use more expensive materials like porcelain.
Impressions and Fittings: The process of getting dentures requires multiple visits to the dentist for impressions and fittings. Each visit can add to the overall cost of the dentures.
Location: The cost of dentures can also vary depending on your location. For example, dentures may be more expensive in urban areas than in rural areas.
Dental Professional: The cost of dentures can also depend on the experience and expertise of the dental professional who is providing the service. More experienced and specialized professionals may charge more for their services.