There are several varieties of dentures. Each kind is designed to address specific issues. Dr. Dahman will help you determine the best option for your dentures depending on your individual situation.
If you are missing a teeth, removable dentures can be a great solution.
Making quality dentures is an art. At our dental office, our dentures are made from a plastic resin that is colored to match your gums. Prosthetic teeth are placed in this plastic base to function and look exactly like natural teeth.
It is extremely important to have properly fitted dentures. At our office, Dr. Dahman meticulously ensures proper fit on the alveolar ridges, taking time to make sure the upper dentures get the extra support needed from the roof of the mouth. This attention to detail makes our dentures extremely stable.
What to expect when getting a dentures
Most people first comment on how their dentures make them look younger. A new youthful appearance occurs because their dentures better support the facial skeleton, lips and cheeks. As you would expect, talking and eating, with a new set of teeth can require a little time to get used to. Over time, your muscles, nerves and ligaments learn to work with your dentures allowing normal function.
How much do removable dentures cost?
While there are a number of different kinds of dentures, each designed to solve various problems, The average cost of conventional dentures at our dental office in Great Falls, VA are around $2,505.
Will my dental insurance cover my removable dentures?
If you have dental insurance, they may cover a percentage or certain dollar amount of your removable dentures. However, most dental insurance policies classify removable dentures as a "major service". This means that you likely have to hold your dental insurance for between 6-12 month before your dental insurance will consider your removable dentures. Most policies also have a “missing tooth clause” which says if your teeth were missing prior to having your dental insurance, they will not cover your removable dentures.
Most dental insurance policies also have a $1,000-$2,000 annual maximums. We find people who rely on their dental insurances to help cover their removable dentures end up paying between $566- $1,388 out of pocket after insurance.
How to save 30% on your dental bridge restoration
If you recently lost your dental insurance, or even if you have never had dental insurance, becoming a member of our dental savings plan can help you save big on your removable dentures. Patients with our Dental Savings Plan save an average of $751 on this treatment alone. If you’re in need of removable dentures and don't have dental insurance, our Dental Savings Plan is a great option. Unlike dental insurance, there is no waiting period and no limitations on the amount you can save.
Typical Cost for Uninsured Patients with our Dental Savings Plan
Average savings of $751
Typical Cost with Insurance
(plus the premiums you pay all year long)
Typical Cash Patient
Patients with our dental savings plan save an average of $751 on removable dentures. Your savings may vary based on treatment complexity.
Read more about how our dental savings plan can help you.
What types of dentures are available:
There are many types of dentures. All of which can be done right in our office.
Types of Full Dentures
- Immediate Dentures
- Conventional Full Dentures
- Implant Supported Overdentures
Types of Partial Dentures
- Transitional Partial Dentures
- Removable Partial Dentures
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