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How Much Do Dentures Cost Without Dental Insurance?

Dentures come in different sizes, materials and fits, but all address similar needs. The purpose of dentures is to replace any missing or damaged teeth.1 Whether you need them to cover part of your mouth or require a complete set, dentures can help prevent severe pain and other oral issues from developing.1

However, quality dentures maybe expensive.1 Having dental insurance that covers dentures can help bring these costs down.

Not all dental insurance plans offer this kind of coverage, but you may be able to receive help for oral care with Aflac Dental Insurance. We also offer supplemental dental insurance that works with your primary dental plan to help cover certain treatments and procedures.

How Much Are Dentures Without Dental Insurance?

Denture costs without insurance are impacted by how many teeth are damaged, the materials used, and the need for preliminary treatments before getting dentures.1

Partial dentures can cost anywhere from $500 to $1,500 without insurance.2 On the other hand, full dentures can cost up to $3,500.2 The cost of dentures with dental insurance can be much more manageable. Let’s see how each factor can influence the cost of dentures:

  • Materials: There are a variety of different materials that dentures can be made out of. Typically, metal is the most expensive, with flexibles and resin being a little less costly.
  • Extractions: Sometimes, initial procedures will need to be done before dentures can be placed. Specifically, there may need to be extractions that can cost anywhere from $200 to $700.2
  • Your location: The state you live in and the dental clinic you choose may impact the cost of dentures.
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Does Dental Insurance Cover Dentures?

If you believe you may need partial or full dentures, it may be a good idea to look for dental insurance that covers dentures. Some plans will help cover the cost of partial dentures, others will help cover full dentures. Look into see what Aflac can help with. You may be subject to a waiting period of up to 24 months.

If you decide you need a plan that covers the cost of dentures, one of the first questions you may ask your agent is, "how much do dentures cost with insurance?" They will point you to the part of your policy that outlines denture benefits broken down by category. The specific costs and coverage will depend on the dental insurance plan you choose and your location.

What Else Does Dental Insurance Cover?

Luckily, our full coverage dental insurance also helps cover the costs of a wide variety of other treatments. Our dental insurance plan includes preventative care to help keep you on top of your oral health, so you may not need dentures later on.

Aflac Supplemental Dental Insurance pays cash benefits to help cover the costs of any dental services not covered by your primary dental insurance plan.

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Paying denture costs without dental insurance may be very costly. We recommend exploring your options if you think you may be a candidate for dentures later in life. Having a dental insurance plan that meets your needs can make all the difference.

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