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.
Your dental needs are unique to you, so we create customizable smile solutions with affordability in mind. Restore partial tooth loss without breaking the bank, or replace your current partial.
¹Starting at price is based on a Flexilyte single arch denture and is available to new and existing denture wearers. Price displayed is average price paid nationwide for selected denture including all available discounts.
Starting at price range is $639 to $2,939 based on geographic market. Additional charges for relines and other required dentistry services.
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 12/31/2023.
³Price displayed is average price paid by patients nationwide for selected denture. Price does not include relines.”
⁴The 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.
We work with most dental insurance providers⁵ and accept most major dental insurance plans. We do not accept Medicaid. Check with your provider to see what’s covered by your current plan.
If you don’t currently have dental 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.
⁵Dental insurance providers accepted vary based on
Aspen Dental location.
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-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.
The cost of your partial denture without insurance is impacted by a few things:
Related procedures based on your needs
The partial denture package you select
If you don’t currently have insurance, however—no worries. We’ll also connect you with third-party financing to ensure you get the care you need. Explore financing options and our Aspen Dental savings plan.
Yes, Aspen Dental partial denture packages come with a warranty. Our partial denture package warranties are:
Cast Partial denture: includes a 6-month limited warranty
Flexilytes® denture: includes a 2-year limited warranty
Flexilytes Combo® denture: includes a 2-year limited warranty
For more information on what’s covered with our limited warranties, visit our denture warranties page.
The American Dental Association (ADA) recommends replacing your denture(s) at least every 5 years to maintain proper oral health. 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. For our care tips to keep your dentures comfortable, visit our denture maintenance page.
The cost of partial dentures can vary depending on the type of denture you choose—how it's made—and the number of broken or missing teeth you need to replace. A single tooth denture can cost anywhere from $300 to $500, while a full set of partial dentures can cost between $1,500 and $3,000, depending on the offices in your area, your financing and insurance options, whether you're paying for replacements or repair packages at the time of your denture treatment, warranties, money-back guarantees, and many other factors. Your dentist will be able to give you a more accurate estimate of the cost of your partial dentures based on your specific needs after scheduling an appointment.
If you are considering getting partial dentures, it is important to weigh the cost against the benefits of different dental solutions. Partial dentures can improve your oral health by filling in gaps left by missing teeth and preventing your remaining teeth from shifting out of place. They can also help you eat and speak more easily, and boost your confidence by giving you a natural-looking smile. Dentures are made from metal, polymers, composite, or some combination of all of these, and with this modern technology, can be shaded to match almost any shade of your natural teeth.
When considering the pros and cons of partial dentures over full dentures, a filling, crowns, a bridge, and other cosmetic dentistry solutions, it's important to understand how each procedure is completed, as well as how one denture treatment provides different benefits than others. For example, partial dentures are great for filling in gaps in teeth from a set of damaged or lost teeth, but crowns provide about the same application. That said, do you really want to go through the surgical process of having implants installed in your mouth if you're just trying to maintain jaw structure and strength? Or, you may look at a single gap in your teeth and wonder why you might want partial dentures over an implant, but did that tooth become loose and fall out as a result of an infection or disease affecting the integrity of your jaw, totally unbeknownst to you?
Ultimately, the cost of partial dentures is worth it for many people who want to improve their quality of life. If you're ready to explore your partial denture options, schedule an appointment at an Aspen Dental office near you. We'll work with you to create a treatment process that fits your budget and ensures you're getting the high-quality dental care you deserve.