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Fixed Denture - cost

What are fixed dentures and how much do they cost?

Implant supported dentures can be made with ceramic and metal, all-porcelain, acrylic and metal or acrylic alone, with a metal snap mechanism (see below).

These variants have distinct characteristics and costs (ª). They may also require different amounts of dental implants.

3 types of complete fixed dentures supported by dental implants

Prosthesis type Description
complete dental bridge (fixed)

metal + ceramics
Fixed bridge with porcelain teeth and inner structure in titanium or zirconia. The upper dentures need at least six implants and do not cover the palate, the bottom require four implants. *
hybrid prosthesis (fixed)

metal + acrylic
Internal metallic structure fully covered by artificial acrylic teeth and resin base. The upper dentures also maintain the palate free. Same amount of implants, as above. *
attached overdenture (semi-fixed *ball denture)

More like a conventional denture. All-Acrylic. More extensive base, since it can be removed for cleaning. It has lower durability due to wear and tear of the retention mechanism. Needs two to four implants, depending on the retaining system (bar or balls).

(ª) USA, Canada, UK, Switzerland, Singapore, Australia

* each one of these types can be made by the protocol All-on-4 (only 4 implants)



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Removable partial denture (clasps)

Immediate and Temporary denture

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Dental fees - JP

Dental fees - SG

Denture costs - AU

Denture costs - NZ

Dentist prices - CA

Denture costs - CH

Dental prosthesis prices - UK

Dental fees - USA