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How Much Do Partial Dentures Cost Without Insurance

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If you’re dealing with missing teeth, partial dentures offer multiple benefits that greatly improve your quality of life. Feeling self-conscious about missing teeth can take a toll on your self-esteem, but dentures give you a reason to smile confidently again. But partial dentures can cost up to $3,100 when you get them from a dentist. This makes them unattainable to many people. But when you buy directly from a trusted warehouse, you can save up to 70%.

In this blog post, we’ll break down the costs of partial dentures when you don’t have insurance and explore some affordable options.

What are Partial Dentures?

Partial dentures are removable dental appliances that replace one or multiple missing teeth in the upper or lower jaw. They are specially designed to fit around and blend in with the remaining natural teeth, filling the gaps left by the missing teeth.

  • Partial dentures offer several benefits:
  • Improved chewing
  • Enhanced speech
  • Aesthetic improvement
  • Support for remaining teeth

How Long Do Dentures Last?

How long your partial dentures last depends on several things, including the quality of the denture, how well it is cared for, and changes in your mouth over time. 

On average, partial dentures can last 5 to 10 years, but some may last longer with proper maintenance.

Does Dental Insurance Cover Partial Dentures Costs?

Coverage for partial dentures depends on your specific insurance plan. Dental insurance plans often categorize dental procedures into different classes or categories, and each class may have a different level of coverage.

Partial dentures are typically considered a major dental procedure, and insurance plans may cover a percentage of the cost after you meet the deductible. The specific coverage details, including deductibles, annual maximums, waiting periods, and coverage percentages, can vary between insurance plans.

Some insurance plans might not cover partial denture costs at all.

How Much Do Partial Dentures Cost?

The cost of partial dentures varies widely based on several factors, including the type of partial denture, materials used, the complexity of the design, geographic location and whether you get them from a dentist or a trusted warehouse directly.

Below, we compare how much partial dentures cost between traditional dentists and Dental Lab Direct.


An acrylic removable partial denture has a plastic plate with false teeth set into the base. Metal clasps are affixed to your teeth to keep them secure in your mouth.

Dentist Price

$800 – $2,700 per arch

Dental Lab Direct

$399.99 – $449.99

Metal Cast

The metal clasps are typically made from materials like cobalt-chromium alloy or other dental-grade metals. These materials are known for their strength, durability, and resistance to corrosion, making them well-suited for this purpose. The clasps are custom-fitted to the patient’s mouth and natural teeth, ensuring a secure and comfortable fit for the partial denture.

Dentist Price

$1,300 – $3,100 per arch

Dental Lab Direct

$399.99 – $449.99

Flexible Nylon

Flexible nylon partial dentures’ flexibility allows for a comfortable fit because they can adapt to the movements and contours of your mouth. Because The nylon material is translucent and can blend in with the natural color of the gums, they’re considered more aesthetically pleasing compared to traditional metal-based partial dentures.

Dentist Price

$1,300 – $3,100 per arch

Dental Lab Direct

$399.99 – $449.99

How to get Partial Dentures Without Insurance

Getting partial dentures without insurance is possible. Dental Lab Direct offers customized partial dentures that fit your unique needs.

Our prices are up to 70% lower than traditional dental offices and all our products use FDA-approved materials, ensuring safety while wearing your appliance.

Ready to get started? Getting your partial dentures starts with completing our simple, 3-step ordering process. 

  • Step 1: Request a dental impression kit from their website
  • Step 2: When the kit arrives, create impressions of your teeth following the instructions.
  • Step 3: Mail the impressions back, and your customized dental appliance will be delivered within 2-3 weeks.

If you’re unhappy with the fit. We offer a 60-day satisfaction guarantee.