I would like a price on an upper and lower denture?

i have had more root canals that i belive were not needed. the were constructed properly, i just don't believe that i needed as many as i have had. the teeth have begun to rot and chip away while i am not eating anything hard. i have a job where my smile comes into play. I just want the dentures no other work.

Asked By: 4 Dogs - 5/11/2006
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Upper Dentures are a breeze, Lower denture are a night mare don't do it. Even with the best Specialist for dentures called a prosthodontist most people are never happy with their lower dentures. Think about it, the upper has that large roof to lie against, There's actually a suction cup like affect when you insert... More
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go with the dentures, it will solve a few problems including some health issues. i finally got dentures, they gave me a great smile and also let my mouth heal so my re-occurring kidney infection went away. the cost out of pocket ( what was not covered by insurance) was $5500. It was worth it. the fit is so good i don't... More
Answered By: oldguy - 5/11/2006
At my office we charge $800 a piece for full maxillary(upper) and full mandibular(lower) so for both you would have a total of $1600 but that does not include the cost of extracting the teeth. They charge different prices for extractions depending on the tooth and how much work and equipment they have to put into it.
Answered By: cesarsbabygirl - 5/11/2006
Full upper and lower dentures run around $1200.00. Now the teeth extraction are another cost. If and jaw teeth are bone impacted it cost more to remove. And how many do you have left... More
Answered By: xtrapr - 5/11/2006
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Answered By: The Mullet - 5/12/2006
I would suggest you to preserve your remaining natural teeth, rather than getting them extracted/removed.There is no substitute for the natural teeth.However, if you still think you want dentures, try dental implants/implant supported dentures.They will preserve your jawbone, which gets atrophied when you get your... More
Answered By: lostinlove - 5/16/2006
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