Dentures are dental appliances that replace missing teeth in your mouth. People often require dentures if they're missing all or most of their teeth. Dentures attach to a plate or other supporting structure that fits over your gums. You can remove them at night or whenever you wish. It takes several appointments to get fitted for dentures and each set is unique to the wearer's mouth. Dentures can be expensive, but they greatly improve the quality of a person's life. Check out the factors that affect the price of dentures to estimate how much you can expect to pay.
Conventional dentures are removable. They stay in place with suction or an adhesive. The cost of a single denture plate, which would be either the upper or lower portion, ranges from $300 to $500. You can expect to pay between $600 and $1,000 for the complete denture set. This price includes a limited warranty to protect your dentures from damage. These prices reflect affordable dentures made from lower quality materials. They may not be as comfortable, last as long or look as realistic as more expensive models.