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Enhance Your Smile with Affordable False Teeth

by Mohamed Shams
Enhance Your Smile with Affordable False Teeth

False teeth are an excellent way to hide an imperfect smile. If you've lost a tooth or several teeth, getting false teeth is an effective solution to achieve a more confident smile.

But alongside cosmetic enhancement, correcting missing teeth is encouraged for health concerns. In fact, if you're missing teeth, it's important that you invest in artificial teeth as soon as possible to reduce the risk of losing additional teeth. This is because the longer you remain with missing teeth, the risk of your surrounding teeth becoming weaker increases. 

With that said, if you're interested in getting false teeth to improve your smile, read on to learn how much false teeth cost and why TruSmile Veneers is the best solution for your needs.

How much do false teeth cost?

When it comes to false teeth, there are various options that you can choose from. The most common false teeth options include dentures, dental implants, dental bridges, and snap-on false teeth. Let's take a closer look at what each of these dental options is and how much they cost. 

1. Dentures

Dentures are one of the most common replacements for individuals who are missing teeth. With dentures, you can take them out and put them back in your mouth at your convenience. Dentures don't feel like natural teeth, but many individuals like dentures because they look natural and still feel comfortable. 

It's important to note that you can get full dentures or partial dentures. Full dentures are a set of custom-made removable teeth. In order to get full dentures, individuals will need to get their upper and bottom teeth removed.

Partial dentures are designed for individuals who still have a fair number of teeth that are in good shape. In this case, their teeth can be used as a base for partial dentures.

Cost

The cost of dentures varies greatly and will ultimately depend on the type of dentures you get. With that said, traditional, full-set dentures are around $1800 on average. 

2. Dental Implants

A dental implant is a small post that is usually made from titanium material. A dental implant is designed to serve as a substitute for a tooth's root. Many people favor dental implants because they look and feel like natural teeth. In addition to this, the titanium used in dental implants attaches to the living cells in the bones over time, creating a strong anchor for new teeth. 

Cost

Dental implants are on the more costly end of the spectrum when comparing false teeth options. In fact, you can expect to pay around $1500 to $2000 per implant. 

3. Dental Bridges

A dental bridge is designed for those who have one or a few missing teeth. Bridges are often made with a crown on either side of the missing tooth that's supporting a false tooth. Dental bridges are cemented in place, which aids in their durability. 

It's important to note that there are four different types of dental bridges available. These bridges include:

  • Traditional Fixed Bridge: This includes two or more crowns along with a filler tooth that is connected. Traditional fixed bridges are the most common type that people get.
  • Cantilever Bridge: The false tooth will connect to one abutment tooth. 
  • Resin-Bonded Bridge: This bridge is most suitable for those missing front teeth. A resin-bonded bridge is made of porcelain that's fused to metal or a ceramic tooth. 
  • Implant-Supported Bridge: This type of bridge is quite similar to a traditional fixed bridge. The main difference is that the bridge is held in place by implants. 

Cost

Like dental implants, dental bridges can be relatively costly. But the cost will depend on which type of bridge you choose. For instance, a traditional fixed bridge will cost around $2000 to $5000. On the other hand, an implant-supported bridge may cost around $5000 to $15000.

4. Snap-on Veneers 

Snap-on veneers are custom-made resin trays that fit over your teeth. Snap-on veneers easily come on and off at your convenience and are made of thin material that looks and feels like natural teeth. Snap-on veneers require no drilling or pain from the dentist but is made using a personalized impression of your teeth. 

Cost

The cost of snap-on veneers will depend on whether you need a top and bottom set or one set of veneers. For a top and bottom set of veneers, you can expect to pay $470. If you need just one set of veneers, the price will be $300. 

What are snap-on false teeth?

Snap-on teeth are becoming a widely popular option for those who have dental flaws and want to improve their smile. Snap-on false teeth are similar to other false teeth options. But these teeth essentially snap into place.

One of the greatest benefits of investing in snap-on false teeth is that they look and feel like your natural teeth. In addition to this, snap-on false teeth offer more stability compared to traditional dentures. 

How long do false teeth last?

Just as with your natural teeth, false teeth eventually wear down and stain due to natural use. With that said, false teeth that are properly taken care of should last anywhere from 5 to 7 years, give or take. It's important to note that poor care of false teeth can lead to quicker wear and tear. 

Why Choose TruSmile Veneers as a False Teeth Option 

If you're interested in investing in false teeth to enhance your smile, consider TruSmile Veneers. While there are various false teeth options on the market, TruSmile Veneers is among the most affordable.

But TruSmile Veneers doesn't just provide an affordable solution to achieve a better smile, you can feel confident that your veneers will provide you with a natural-looking smile that you can feel happy and confident with thanks to advanced technology. 

Along with this, investing in veneers means that you can avoid lengthy dental procedures and pain. In fact, all you need to do to achieve your new smile is to provide us with an impression using a personal impression kit, mail us your impression, and await your new teeth. 

When choosing TruSmile Veneers, you will get to enjoy the benefits of a German co-polyester exclusively made for TruSmile Veneers, which means no one else will have your smile. 

Are you ready to take the next steps to a better smile? TruSmile Veneers is the perfect solution to give you the teeth you deserve. Find out whether you're a candidate today