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How much do false teeth cost?

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As of 2015, false teeth, or dentures, cost between $700 and $1,800 for partial plates, while a full set, which includes both lower and upper plates, averages between $1,000 and $3,000. Costs vary depending on insurance coverage, condition of the teeth and materials.

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Both partial and full denture plates are removable. When just a few teeth are missing, a simple plate can start as low as $300. Adding premium materials and custom fit increases the costs up to $4,000. For a complete set of false teeth, or dentures, costs may reach as high $9,000. Many insurance plans cover partial costs of dentures or help people find dentures at a discounted rate.

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