The cost of dentures can vary widely based on several factors, including the type of dentures, materials used, location, and the specific needs of the patient. Also denture fee is different for patients with different health insurances. We are preferred providers for BUPA, HCF, NIB and WESTFUND and offer the most competitive rates in Kallangur, Petrie, North Lakes and Surrounding area.
Here are some approximate cost ranges for different types of dentures:
Partial Dentures: Partial dentures are used when a patient has some natural teeth remaining. The cost for partial dentures can range from a few hundred dollars to over a thousand dollars, depending on factors like the number of teeth being replaced and the materials used.
Full Dentures (Conventional): Conventional full dentures, which replace all of a person’s teeth, can range in cost from $1,000 to $3,000 or more. Higher-quality materials and customization can increase the cost.
Full Dentures (Immediate): Immediate dentures are made in advance and can be placed immediately after tooth extraction. They tend to cost a bit more than conventional dentures due to the additional steps involved, and their cost can range from $1,500 to $4,000 or more.
Implant-Supported Dentures: These dentures are secured to dental implants, providing greater stability and functionality. The cost of implant-supported dentures can vary significantly but often starts at around $2,000 per implant and can go up to several thousand dollars per implant, depending on the number of implants needed.
Customization and Materials: The materials used in dentures can also affect the cost. High-quality materials, more natural appearance, and custom fittings tend to be more expensive.
Geographic Location: The cost of dentures can vary by region and the cost of living in your area. Urban areas and areas with higher costs of living may have higher prices for dental services.
Dental Insurance: If you have dental insurance, it may cover a portion of the cost of dentures. Be sure to check your insurance policy for coverage details.
It’s important to consult with a dentist or prosthodontist to determine the right type of dentures for your specific needs and to get an accurate cost estimate. They can provide a personalized treatment plan and discuss payment options or financing if necessary. Keep in mind that the prices mentioned here are rough estimates and can vary widely based on individual circumstances and the dentist or prosthodontist you choose.