The cost of dentures is not one of its main selling points. And the price can vary depending on the type of denture you need, the subtype within that type, the materials used, and the professional you go to. But, generally speaking, how expensive can dentures be? And how can you get a discount on dentures?
There’s no nice way to put this: dentures are expensive. And most people who need new teeth can’t afford them. Fortunately, there are a ton of ways to get cheap dentures — at least cheaper than what you’d normally pay. Where do you find these low-cost dentures? Here’s what you need to know about how to get low-cost dentures.
Yes, “free dentures” is a real thing. You can find no-cost dentures, you just have to know where to look. And you may be surprised by some of the options, some specifically for low-income people and some for anyone. And this is good news, because it’s not fun to live without teeth or with unhealthy teeth.
Losing your teeth is no longer a problem nowadays, thanks in part to denture implants. And the great thing is, you have plenty of options when it comes to denture implants, implant-supported dentures, and full-mouth dental implants (all essentially the same thing). Implants have pros and cons, and this article will help you discover if they’re right for you.
You might think “flipper tooth” is a funny name for a partial denture, but it’s also a very useful type of tooth replacement option. A flipper tooth is often the answer to questions like “what happens when I lose or damage a tooth?” and “do I have all of my teeth ripped out?”
Not all dentures replace every single tooth in your mouth. Whether you’ve had acute tooth damage or tooth decay to only certain teeth, you have the option of getting partial dentures. It’s easy to guess what a partial denture is, but you should know the ins and outs and the different types.
The lining of dentures don’t last forever, hence the need for a denture reline. If you already have dentures, you should expect to have your dentist reline your dentures at some point. If you don’t yet have dentures, you’ll want to know the ins and outs of when, why, and how much.
Good oral hygiene is just as important after getting dentures as it is after. In fact, it’s probably more important afterward. And one easy and effective way is to use an ultrasonic denture cleaner. How do they work? Why isn’t brushing alone enough? And how can you know which ultrasonic cleaner to choose?
Maybe you just got dentures. Maybe you’re considering it. Either way, you’ll need to be informed before you buy. That’s why we’ve put together this detailed article full of reviews of the top denture adhesives on the market. And did you know there are different types of adhesives? Yes, we’ll talk about those too.