There are many factors that influence the cost of dentures. You have to take into account the cost of the material to create them. Some suppliers charge more than others and have different prices. After that there is the type of you need. Full ones are priced higher than partial ones. Also there is a discrepancy of lower and upper jaw, so the location they will be placed will have an effect on the price. Partial ones, if you only lost a couple of teeth, are a relatively cheap solution to the missing teeth when compared to dental bridges.
The next factor that influences the price is the quality you are getting. The quality determines how comfortable they fit and how they look. The higher end the better quality and comfort for a higher price.
High-end dentures involve a high level of manipulation of the materials used to create a more natural color and look to the teeth and the gums. The materials used are often the best available options available to create the best-looking denture. The teeth are designed to last for a long period of time and will usually involve a warranty incase they begin to break earlier than they should. The higher quality can range from $1,000 – 5,000 depending on the location and the fee for the professional.
Medium dentures involves some of the same features as the high end. However, these will not have the same level quality as the high-end ones. The materials and look of these are of a lower quality, but still they will have a limited warranty on them. These will be priced about $300 – 1,000 depending on the location and the fee for the professional.
Low-end dentures will cost around $300 but will vary depending on each specialist. These are often used for a temporary solution to lost teeth. They are the cost effective choice for only a short term solution