How Much Do Dentures Cost?

How Much Do Dentures Cost?

There is no one denture solution for all patients. As you begin looking for the denture solution that is best for you, you may wonder: how much do dentures cost? There are many variables to take into account when looking at denture prices, including the type of dentures needed, the materials used, the services required, and the availability of health coverage. Dentures are an important investment that affect not only your oral health, but your everyday life, including eating, speaking, and comfort. Make sure that the dentures you choose are going to work for you. Talk to your denturist about what options you have and make sure to consider these 4 factors when trying to determine your denture price.

Not every denture clinic will offer the same rates and not all dentures are created equal. There are ways to make dentures more affordable and there are cost effective plans to search for while you figure out which denturist is right for you. When trying to create a budget for your denture plan, take these 5 factors into consideration.

Which Type Of Dentures

Partial dentures are more affordable than full dentures and can cost between a few hundred dollars and one thousand. Full dentures are more expensive and can be between several hundred dollars and a few thousand dollars. It can cost around $350 per tooth. Your gum health will play a factor in which dentures are right for you may influence your pricing.

If you need or want denture implants, that will also influence the overall price of dentures. Denture implants are anchored to the jaw instead of resting on the gums and this procedure typically costs between $2000 and $5000.

Materials Used To Make The Dentures

More expensive materials mean more expensive dentures, but it also means better quality and comfort while needing less upkeep. Your denturist should be offering high quality materials with cost effective modifications.

Health Coverage

While standard  Canadian universal healthcare does not cover dental, there is provincial government aid available for those over 65. If you are under 65, check if your employer or private health insurer offers denture coverage, or if you qualify for other social benefits. Also check to see what financing options your denture clinic has. 

Payment Options

When getting dentures, do not only look at the initial cost. Dentures can sometimes require oral exams, surgeries or tooth extraction, and adjustments and redlining. Many denturists will have all of these available at an extra cost, so make sure you factor that into your final cost. Denture clinics that offer services such as flexible financing and direct billing can help make payments more manageable.

Get Great Quality Affordable Dentures At Future Smiles

Affordability does not mean you have to compromise on quality. Although dentures can seem expensive, Future Smiles has created financing options such as flexible financing and direct billing to make payment easier for all. To learn more about financing options, contact the Future Smiles team here. Future Smiles not only helps with payments through flexible financing, they also help cut maintenance fees by offering free denture adjustments, so you can be comfortable without extra costs. Let the experienced and helpful staff at Future Smiles help you figure out what dentures are right for you by calling us at 1-403-475-0016 or scheduling a free consultation at either Future Smiles locations, conveniently located on Macleod in Calgary SW or in Coral Springs in NE Calgary. 


Q: What type of denture services does Future Smiles offer?
A: Future Smiles Denture Clinic offers complete dentures, partial dentures, denture implants, flexible dentures, denture reline, denture rebase, emergency denture repair, and consultations.

Q: What dentures are most comfortable?
A: In general, flexible dentures are the most comfortable, but it will depend on what teeth need to be replaced and how many. Ask your Future Smiles denturists if flexible dentures are right for you.

Q: Do I need a referral to get dentures?
A: There are patients that are referred for specific denture solutions however it is not mandatory to get a referral. Contact our Calgary clinics to set up a consultation to discuss what type of dentures are the best fit for you.

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Vlad Dumbrava

Vlad Dumbrava has been active in the field of denture therapy since 2008. Upon receiving his denturist degree in 2011 from George Brown College in Toronto, Ontario, he continued his education in Medical Sciences at Western University.

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