denture-costs

Clinical Dental Technicians offer a range of treatment options to suit everyone. Each CDT will aim to ensure that you understand the different types of dentures they offer. You can expect your treatment to be itemised as part of a written treatment plan.

How much can I expect my treatment to cost?

The cost of dentures varies depending on what kind of dentures you require and whether you have the treatment done privately or through the NHS. The cost of your dentures will vary from clinic to clinic and cannot be determined until the Clinical Dental Technician has given you an assessment.

A general price guide for dentures

A complete denture will cost from £500 – £600 up to more than £1500 depending on the techniques, materials used and the time needed to complete the work.

The cost of partial dentures depends on the complexity of the case, number of teeth to be replaced, techniques and materials used. You can choose from a cobalt chrome alloy partial denture, plastic partial denture or a flexible partial denture. Partial dentures can start from £400 but prices vary you will be advised at your consultation of the exact price.

Implant-retained dentures are more expensive than standard removable dentures, as they contain the components that attach to dental implants and higher quality materials are generally used. It is preferable to use the strongest and most durable materials when manufacturing dentures retained by dental implants, as your new bite can be comparable to that of natural teeth.

You can expect to pay between £1500 and £2000 per dental implant, depending on your needs. The amount of implants placed into your jawbone also affects the cost of the dentures.

Factors affecting the cost of dentures

The complexity and amount of treatment that needs to be carried out and the time involved will affect the cost of dentures, as will the quality of the materials used. The level of experience and techniques used by the Clinical Dental Technician carrying out the treatment will also have a bearing on the cost.

20 thoughts on “How Much Do Dentures Cost?

  1. Hello I’m wanting to know how much dentures are. I have a gap from an abusive relationship and another tooth is now wobbling I’m only 37

  2. I need a complete set of dentures following an accident but still have the teeth remaining in my mouth.I see private charges from about £650 (there are no NHS dentists taking on patients locally),while extractions are around £65.Does this mean I have to find £65 per tooth on top of the denture charge?

  3. Just had 2 extractions, a filling and denture fitted. Total cost privately was £600 for the actual denture and a total of £1100 for all the work.
    My denture is made up of 5 upper left teeth and 1 upper right tooth. So quite a large partial denture. The whole process took 3 appointments and my first was 3 weeks ago.

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  5. I want to get full dentures but dont know how to go about it. I’m 36 but have really bad teeth that make me embarrassed to even socialise. I had my teeth smashed when was around 10 and neglected them since that point. I have bits breaking off them and no longer able to visit a dentist as I dont have one. I just want to be able to smile confidently. Can I be helped?

  6. Alan you need to find a NHS dentist. You would pay just under £300 and this is for EVERYTHING. including exam, x-rays, all extractions requires and either full set or partial denture. The private cost is extortionate, as the example shows. £500 odd for the actual dentures. It’s the extractions which are daylight robbery I’m afraid.

    If you go onto the NHS dental website, or even ring 111, they will tell you which dentists are taking on new patients. Of course, if money is not an issue, you can opt for private treatment.

    One thing I forgot to mention above. If you are in receipt of certain welfare benefit payments, you can get all treatment completely free under NHS so you wouldn’t need to find the £300 for band 3 treatment.

    I hope this helps.

    I have an autoimmune disorder which stops me mouth from producing saliva and this made my natural teeth and gums dry out. I had all my teeth removed 18 months ago and it’s the best decision I’ve made.

    I wish you well…

  7. I need 5 teeth on top from being punched out over few years off abusive relationship Ian my other denture got punched out my mouth and snapped how much would it cost me please

  8. I have had partial top denture since an accident when I was 17 I’m now 74 and my last denture has broken 4 times in the last year I pay £26 per month for 2 appointments a year I have not needed any treatment in the last 7 years only check up but each time I had my denture repaired has cost me £35 so today I asked to get new denture that will cost £600 I’m ok with that as long as they don’t keep breaking as the last time it happened they lost part of my denture and told me I only sent a part to them so eventually they found it and returned the repaired teeth I can’t change dentists as there isn’t another one in my area taking new patients

  9. Much of what I’ve read here has been so helpful. I’ve four to five upper teeth, and feel embarrassed going out to family and gatherings.

  10. My wife is 79 and after nearly a year of constant pain and infected gums (she has partial dentures) she lost faith in her dentist`s inability to help and registered with another NHS dentist. The new dentist advised that the remaining 4 teeth of her upper set should be removed and a full denture (upper) fitted. We had to travel to a different surgery 30mls away because my wife was fearful of having these teeth out unless she was anaesthetised. All went well with the extractions and because the gums had to be stitched, due to teeth breaking, she had to wait 4 weeks before impressions could be made…. that was 15th Nov 2021. After a number of appointments for fittings…. they promised to get her dentures by Christmas… on Dec 21st, after another ill fitting, she was told she`d have to wait until New Year for her next appt. She accepted this and said she would ” rather wait and get it right” We became concerned when February arrived and had heard nothing, she had rung the practice several times and was promised that the dentist would ” be in touch asap” but had had no information, so, on Feb 10th I rang on her behalf and urged the dentist to ” speed things up, as we were really concerned why everything was taking so long”. He immediately arranged for the Lab Technician to be present for a viewing in an appointment 2 days later. We thought things were finally moving especially when the Technician was amazed that my wife had been without top teeth since October 2021. Another “fitting” 2wks later proved to be not much better, so I rang again on !st March and we are still waiting for a reply as to when this process is going to reach a conclusion. My wife is very conscious of not having her top teeth and wears a covid mask, but we need to attend a family gathering in the near future, it`s a funeral actually, and she would obviously prefer to have teeth. At the start of treatment she was told that the teeth would cost between £1000 and £1200 (they are metal rather than acrylic and not available on NHS) which did not include extractions and the preliminary appt costs. We have paid these and a portion of the denture cost, £300, and are getting truly concerned whether we are going to get this denture at all. We would be grateful for any comments/advice, Thankyou

  11. I am 67 and have dentures but would actually like a whole set replacement is this possible my grandchildren no longer want to be around me because it is so embarrassing, I have spent a lot of money trying to fix this problem but it is so much worse now please help me.

  12. Could you give me a rough price for a full set of dentures? I would prefer permanent but I don’t think I could afford them.

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