Fremont area patients ask, “How much do dentures cost?”
When patients lose teeth or have them extracted, they need to speak to a dentist in the Fremont area about the best way to replace them. Replacement of missing teeth is necessary to keep the smile functioning at its best, keep it healthy, and for maintaining appearance. Dr. Munira Lokhandwala of StarBrite Dental visits with patients to help them determine the best possible method of replacement for each patient’s unique needs.
How to replace teeth
There are several methods of tooth replacement. This includes dentures, bridges, and dental implants. However, there is no “one size fits all” option, which is why all three are available at StarBrite Dental. We encourage patients to speak to our dental team to find out which is best for their situation. For many, dentures work great!
What types of dentures are available?
There are two types of dentures – partial dentures and full dentures. When a patient prepares their smile with the removal of all the teeth within the dental arch, they require a full denture, which includes false teeth and gums to replace the arch. Those with one or more teeth missing might want to consider partial dentures, made from a metal and acrylic framework. These snap into the dental arch and provide replacement teeth right where they are needed.
How much do dentures cost?
The cost of dentures depends on a variety of factors. This includes the type of denture, the number of teeth being replaced, if dental implants are used for stabilization and if patients have coverage with insurance.
Fremont area patients willing to learn about the benefits of full and partial dentures should contact the practice of StarBrite Dental to make an appointment. The practice is conveniently located at 38350 Fremont Boulevard #103 and can be reached at 510-795-7786.
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Our team consists of Dr. Munira Lokhandwala and Dr. Maryum Tariq who are highly skilled dentists with decades of dental experience in both cosmetic and general dentistry.