Dentures can be an important and amazing treatment for somebody who has missing teeth. They can restore your smile and give you the confidence that you deserve. Not to mention, they can help you to eat delicious foods that sustain you. 

But if you’re looking into getting dentures, you need to know how much they will cost you and how you can pay for them. Dentures are one of the most affordable types of teeth replacement, but what does that look like practically?

Today, we’ll walk through everything you need to know about dentures, what they cost, and how you can afford them. By the end, you’ll be one step closer to the smile solution you’ve been searching for.

What Are Dentures?

Let’s start out by talking about what dentures are and all the different types. The truth is that there are a lot of variations in the average cost of dentures depending on the type of dentures you get. 

Dentures are essentially teeth prosthetics. The prosthetic is removable and is inserted into your mouth to replace missing teeth. They not only look like real teeth, but they also function as real teeth to help you chew food.

They can help a person smile, chew, and so much more.

How Much Do Dentures Cost, and How Can I Pay?

You’ll likely encounter a big price range when looking at the cost of dentures. From material to type, there are a lot of factors that play into it. 

Traditional dentures may range from $1,000 to $3,000 — but keep in mind that conventional dentures tend to have some level of discomfort, and are more prone to breakage and sliding in the mouth.

A complete set of conventional dentures may cost as much as $8,000, while a complete set of anchored, implant-supported dentures can have costs as high as $28,000. 

When it comes to anchored dentures, there are options with Renew that have a total cost as low as $14,795. Now, that’s a lot of money, but many options can make it more affordable for you. And, in the long run, it can even save you money. 

Dental Insurance

Most dental insurance plans have a maximum annual payout and can help cover some expenses. 

At Renew, we make sure to help you complete the necessary forms to get as much help from your insurance company as possible so you can get the oral health treatment you deserve. 

Payment Plans

It’s also important to know that financing options are available. We want to work with you to help you afford the care you need, so we can explore different monthly payment plans to help make your expenses manageable. 

Affordable Solutions and a Lifetime Guarantee

On top of that, Renew anchored dentures will save you money in the long term because of our lifetime guarantee. While other companies can charge you full price for replacement dentures, Renew does things a little differently. 

We offer a 100% lifelong guarantee for your properly maintained dental implants, including any adjustments that may be necessary throughout your lifetime. On top of that, Renew will cover 80% of the costs of one replacement denture set if needed, every five years. That leaves you with a low out-of-pocket cost of about $1000 at current prices. 

This will save you thousands of dollars over the years. It’s essentially like a discount plan for your denture replacements, giving you affordable dentures for the long term. 

Are There Different Types of Dentures?

There are a few different kinds of dentures out there. Dentures, for the most part, vary in two ways: materials and design. These factors can also affect denture prices.


Often, prosthodontists are going to use porcelain. Porcelain is a sturdy material that is resistant to staining, and it is strong enough to withstand the force of you chewing up your food. 

Porcelain can make up the actual “teeth” of your dentures, but the “gums” of your dentures are normally made of nylon, acrylic, or even metal. Porcelain is the most traditional material for dentures. It has been used for centuries for this purpose. But despite all this, there are some disadvantages. 

They can break if you drop them on the ground and are also somewhat expensive. 

Acrylic Resin

Acrylic resin is a more modern material used for the “teeth” in your dentures. The softer material bonds better to the denture base than porcelain. It is easier to get a proper fit with this material because it can be adjusted after installation. 

Acrylic resin is also a bit more affordable than porcelain. However, it wears faster than porcelain, so your dentures will generally have to be replaced every four to ten years. 

Because they’re more affordable and more comfortable, acrylic resin is the most common material used for denture prosthesis today.

Partial Dentures

Partial dentures are exactly what they sound like. They are prosthetic inserts that replace a part of your teeth. If you’re missing a few teeth in a row but still have some remaining teeth, a partial denture can be inserted to fill the gap and complete your beautiful smile. 

They can be made with any of the materials we just mentioned, as can all dentures. These dentures have a base resembling gums, and fake teeth and a metal framework extending beyond the base to attach to the natural teeth surrounding them. 

They’re sturdy, and they function as regular teeth do, fit for chewing, smiling, laughing, and everything else that regular teeth do. 

Full Dentures

Full dentures are a complete set of prosthetic teeth. They are meant for people who need to replace their entire set of teeth. They consist of a base that fits on to your gums and fake teeth that attach to the base. 

For people with only a couple of teeth remaining or with only small remnants remaining, the best solution might be to have some tooth extractions and then get complete dentures instead of trying to do partial dentures.

A full set of dentures is a great way to completely restore your teeth however, there are some disadvantages to the standard full set. 

Conventional dentures are notorious for slipping and sliding around inside your mouth. They can get displaced or even fall out, creating potentially embarrassing moments. On top of that, without any teeth in your gums, the muscles and bones in your face can atrophy, potentially leading to health problems, such as jaw bone loss

Full dentures are more expensive than partial dentures, but that’s because you’re getting more bang for your buck.

Anchored Dentures

Anchored dentures, also called implant-supported dentures, are a major upgrade when it comes to removable dentures. They are like traditional dentures in that they replace all of your teeth, not just some. 

This full mouth replacement treatment sets itself apart by using dental implants. These implants anchor into your gums, and the dentures simply snap onto the implants. 

Renew is the only provider of the innovative SureSNAP Stabilization system, which gives you a stable and secure denture. The denture clasps to your implants so that your denture stays put for chewing, talking, and everything. And they can be removed just as easily for extra cleaning.

Second, the dental implants also provide stability for your gums and jawbone. This helps place chewing pressure on these parts of your mouth, keeping them strong so that they don’t atrophy. 

All in all, Renew anchored dentures are a high-quality method of dental care. 

The Bottom Line

Dentures are a significant expense, but there are avenues you can take to get the dental care you need at a price that makes sense for you. At Renew, we’re committed to giving you quality, high-tech dentures that you can afford. We’re here for you, so don’t wait any longer. Get back the smile that you deserve. 

For more information about Renew anchored dentures, head to the Renew website to have all your questions answered. 


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