Your comfort and confidence in day-to-day activities is absolutely priceless. Investing in state-of-the-art snap-in dentures (or snap-in implant dentures) can be a great way to vastly improve the way traditional full dentures feel and function while you eat, talk, and otherwise live your everyday life. When properly cared for, snap-in dentures can last between ten and fifteen years, offering a great return on investment and nearly two decades of satisfaction.
What Cost Factors are Associated with Snap In Dentures?
The line-item cost of snap-in dentures is a combination of the materials used to create the snap-in, usually the same titanium rods used for traditional implants, and the procedure to install them into your jawbone. However, the total cost of your snap in implant dentures are dependent on the following factors:
- The number of implants needed
- The type of implant(s) received
- Whether you need an upper, lower, or full set of dentures
- The material of dentures used
- The number of tooth extractions needed, if any
- Any x-rays, exams, and additional procedures (such as bone grafting) needed
Since every one of our denture solutions crafted by our dentists is as unique as the customers who visit them, the best and most comprehensive estimate of your total costs can only be given to you by your dentist after you are fully examined. That said, we want you to walk into our practices feeling confident about your options. If you’re looking to make some calculations ahead of time, you can get generalized information about our fees in the following ways:
- Call your local practice directly
- Call 1-800-DENTURE to get fee information over the phone, or request an information brochure mailed to you at no charge
- Visit our Locations page to see the fee schedule for your local practice
Dental Insurance Coverage
Coverage of snap-in dentures by insurance depends on your plan and provider. The staff at a local denture practice near you will help you look at your benefits to determine the best plan for you. Your local practice staff can also walk you through our available payment options in the event that an alternate method of payment works best for you. (Fun fact: many of our patients find our out-of-pocket fees are cheaper than their co-pays!)