Here is the average cost of a set of dentures, according to Animated-Teeth: Complete conventional dentures: $1275-$2750 for upper or lower dentures (not both).
Complete immediate dentures: $1475-$3150 for upper or lower dentures (not both).
Cast-metal partial dentures: $950-$1900 for upper or lower dentures (not both).
How much does it cost to get all your teeth pulled and get dentures?
Tooth extraction typically costs $75-$450 per tooth for a simple extraction and $150-$650 or more per tooth for a surgical extraction. Depending on the number of teeth to be pulled, the total cost of getting dentures can be $1,500-$20,000 or more for a full set (uppers and lowers).
How much do dentures cost without insurance?
Dentures Are Costly Without Insurance
The average cost of complete dentures can be anywhere from $1300-3200. If you need your teeth extracted first, the price goes up even more. Without insurance, it can cost up to $350 per tooth. If you have dental insurance, it will probably cover part of the cost.
How much does a set of false teeth cost?
These tend to look artificial and do not appear as natural as higher-quality, more expensive dentures. Mid-priced (and better quality) dentures refer to heat-cured dentures that typically cost $500 to $1,500 per denture, or about $1,000 to $3,000 for a complete set.
How much does a full set of dentures cost in Australia?
According to the 2017 national dental fee survey, a full upper and lower conventional denture (item 719) in Australia can cost up to $3,870. For either an upper or lower denture (not both) the cost can be up to $2,000.