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There are many different types of dentures you can use if you have lost multiple teeth. There are full and partial dentures. Cosmetic dentures are more aesthetic compared to regular dentures.

This article explains what cosmetic dentures are, how you can benefit, and how to manage the costs of cosmetic dentures:

What are Dentures?

Dentures are a common enough treatment devices used to hide the loss of teeth. Dentures replace teeth and also cover up unsightly gaps in your mouth. Dentures are also used to change the appearance of teeth. But this is mostly done for theatrical reasons than medical ones.

Dentures may become necessary if you experience serious tooth loss. Most of us can afford to lose a teeth or two as adults. But losing multiple teeth leads to a number of problems in the mouth. Loss of teeth means your jawbone loses bone density, which can cause problems for the other remaining healthy teeth in your mouth.

Tooth loss can put you at risk for tooth decay, or illnesses like gum disease. It also distorts your smile. Your facial structure may sag with tooth loss causing less jawbone density. Dentures can act as a reliable solution to these problems.

Dentures are available in many different types, shapes, and material. Dentures can be largely broken down into two categories: permanent and removable.

Permanent dentures are affixed to your jaw. Implant procedures like All-on-4 are necessary to get permanent dentures. On the other hand, removable dentures are not permanently fixed to your mouth. You can insert them or get them out any time as you wish.

Types of Dentures

Dentures can vary in whether they are tooth supported or jawbone supported. Tooth supported dentures are removable and easy to insert. Jawbone supported dentures are usually implant based. Here are the main types of dentures to know about:

Complete Dentures

Complete or full dentures cover both arches of the mouth. They can replace multiple or all missing teeth in the mouth.

Partial Dentures

Partial dentures are used to cover up missing teeth in only some areas of the mouth. This type of denture can replace missing teeth in a row without disrupting existing teeth.

Implant-Retained Dentures

These are dentures supported by implants inserted into your jawbone. These dentures can be either permanent or removable. The latter is more common.

Immediate Dentures

Replaces missing teeth temporarily. Dentists prescribe immediate dentures to cover up loss of teeth on a temporary basis until the jaw heals. Immediate dentures are not permanent and usually requires being replaced within several months.

You can discuss the types of dentures with your dentist to choose the one that fits you the most.

How are Cosmetic Dentures Different from Regular Dentures?

Cosmetic dentures function just like regular dentures. But they look different. Cosmetic dentures are designed with careful attention given to how the teeth look. Regular, cheap dentures aren’t designed with comfort or aesthetics in mind. Cosmetic dentures are.

You can restore your smile with cosmetic dentures without necessarily fooling anyone. Regular dentures are easy to spot. But cosmetic dentures can mimic real teeth surprisingly well. As a result, you can get your smile back even with many teeth missing.

Cosmetic dentures are structurally different from regular dentures. For example, cosmetic dentures have more base material. The dentures may have coloring to match the natural color of your jawbone, whether it’s light colored or dark.

Plus, cosmetic dentures also offer a better fit. You won’t have to worry about the cosmetic dentures rattling or causing speech difficulties. Dentists design these dentures to avoid bite problems and also to prevent your facial structure from sagging because of tooth loss.

Are Cosmetic Dentures Suitable for You?

First, you must qualify for receiving dentures to choose a cosmetic option. Cosmetic dentures are suited for patients with missing teeth. The dentures can return the missing tooth function to your mouth. It also makes your smile as it used to be, as discussed above.

You can get cosmetic dentures if looks and functionality of artificial teeth support is important for you. Also, if you have the budget for it, cosmetic dentures are definitely an option. Cost is a main factor in deciding whether cosmetic dentures are for you.

Unlike regular dentures, not all insurance plans may cover the cosmetic option, which is mainly for improving your looks. Therefore, cosmetic dentures are suitable for you only if you can afford them.

Cosmetic Denture Materials

Dentures in the past have been made from metals, actual human teeth, or even ivory. These days, dentists use high-quality material to design cosmetic dentures that feel comfortable in your mouth and looks more natural.

The parts of the dentures are made with different materials. Dentures have mainly two parts: the teeth and the framework. The framework support the teeth and attached to your mouth.

The teeth in dentures can be made from either porcelain or a resin composite:


Porcelain is a ceramic material usually associated with china. However, the porcelain in dentures is medically approved and is not the same as porcelain in household items.

Porcelain is favored among patients because this glass-like material can imitate real teeth quite well. Like real teeth, the porcelain is translucent and reflects light. Porcelain can be color-matched, so that your remaining teeth don’t stand out when you wear dentures.

The only downside is that porcelain dentures are fragile, likewise as a result of being glass based. The material is not as fragile as actual glass of course. However, if you accidentally drop porcelain dentures on a hard surface or manage to hit the dentures hard, it might break.

Acrylic Resin

Acrylic isn’t good as porcelain when it comes to imitating natural teeth. However, this material is sturdy. Acrylic binds well to the dental base, so the teeth are less fragile compared to porcelain dentures.

Acrylic dentures are also less expensive than porcelain. In the past, this material was mixed in with plastic, which reduced the sturdiness of the dentures. But this isn’t a problem anymore.

Acrylic, though, isn’t as durable as porcelain. The teeth wear out easily. Acrylic dentures are typically replaced every five to eight years.

That is the material for the teeth in cosmetic dentures. The dentures also come with an artificial plate or a framework. The framework on cosmetic dentures is not made from plastic. You can choose acrylic resin or a flexible nylon polymer to design the framework for dentures.

Acrylic frameworks can be tinted or dies to match the natural shade of your gums. Acrylic is commonly used in complete dentures. The polymer is common in partial dentures. While polymer frameworks are sturdy and less fragile, it can be too rigid for full-mouth dentures.

Determining if Cosmetic Dentures are Right for You

Cosmetic dentures, while useful, are not for everyone. Here’s a rundown of the pros and cons of cosmetic dentures to help you decide if the treatment is suited for your needs:

Benefits of Cosmetic Dentures

  • Cosmetic dentures are great for:

  • Replacing the functionality of missing teeth

  • Restoring your smile and gaining self esteem

  • Improving the aesthetics of your smile, like color of teeth

  • No surgery procedure

  • A choice for different types of dentures

  • Can be either removable or permanent

  • Supports sagging facial structures caused by tooth loss

  • Improve your bite

  • Get lips to curl upwards

  • Improve speech disrupted by tooth loss

The Downsides of Cosmetic Dentures

Not medical treatment is without downsides. Here’s what to be cautious about when getting cosmetic dentures:

  • Requires time to get used to

  • Cosmetic dentures cost a lot more than regular dentures

  • Not necessarily a permanent solution

  • Dentures may increase your risk of infection

  • Might hurt your ability to taste food

  • Some dentures quire routine fitting

For most patients, the advantages of cosmetic dentures far outweigh its problems. However, there are alternatives to dentures you can consider, which is discussed below.

The Procedure for Getting Cosmetic Dentures

Getting dentures is quite simple. First, you have to visit a dentist for an examination. The dentist will take x-rays of your mouth to determine how the dentures should be. The dentist will determine what type of dentures is best suited for you.

Once you qualify for dentures, you can discuss materials and cost with your dentist. Tell your dentist about choosing colors for the teeth so you can get a Hollywood smile with your dentures.

Your dentures will be constructed in a lab according to your preferences. Once these arrive, you can go to the dental clinic for a fitting. The dentures will be custom fit to match the structure of your mouth.

Getting permanent dentures may involve surgery. If you want dentures affixed to implants, you will have to undergo oral surgery first to get the implants. Once the implant procedure is done and you are healed, you will be fixed with dentures.

Life with Dentures

Cosmetic dentures offer a better fit than regular dentures. So you can avoid some of the most common problems associated with them, such as disrupted speech or extreme discomfort.

You may need to get used to wearing dentures. During the first days, dentures may cause drooling problems. But you will soon be able to talk and eat with dentures as usual.

One you get your dentures, you must practice good oral hygiene to keep infection at bay. Removable cosmetic dentures might need to be cleaned with a toothbrush. Otherwise, the dentures may cause you bad breath, among other things.

With proper care and usage, cosmetic dentures can bring your many benefits. Dentures are not completely without problems, but once you get used to them, you can benefit from dentures from a lifetime.

Cost of Cosmetic Dentures

The overall costs of cosmetic dentures can vary depending on many factors. For starters, the type of dentures you choose, brand, dentist fees, and the material all have a bearing on the overall cost.

Cosmetic dentures in general are not considered cheap. These are more expensive than regular dentures for added benefits like better fit and looks. You would most likely have to spend a considerable amount out of pocket on cosmetic dentures.

To reduce costs, you can consider using cheaper material. But this is not recommended as you might have to replace the dentures soon. The best way to reduce costs is to reduce the dental care fees. Unlike paying for the actual dentures, dental fees can really drive the overall bill high.

If you live in a major city for example, the cost of cosmetic dentures might be significantly high. Travelling to a country like Turkey where dental costs are low is a good way to reduce overall costs. Turkey is a highly respected dental travel destination. Other than the costs, Turkey offers high quality dental care on par with care in countries like Germany. You can save a few bucks without sacrificing quality of dental care in Turkey.

Alternatives to Cosmetic Dentures

If cosmetic dentures are not for you, there are alternatives you can consider. Mainly, you can use dental implants to replace missing teeth or close up tooth gaps.

A dental implant is a titanium screw-like device that is surgically inserted into your jawbone. Overtime, the implants fuse with the bone. At this point, the implants can act as anchors for artificial teeth. In this sense, dental implants are like artificial versions of the roots of your teeth.

A dentist can fix an crown to a dental implant to complete one artificial tooth. If you have several teeth missing, the dentist may use a dental bridge. If you have many teeth missing on the top or bottom row, you can consider an implant procedure called All-on-4. It uses four implants to support a full set of teeth on the top or bottom half of your mouth. All-on-4 uses dentures, however, to recreate the artificial teeth.

Compared to dentures, dental implants are permanent, don’t rattle, and makes speaking easier. However, implants are a lot more costly compared to cosmetic dentures. And dentures might not be unavoidable. All-on-4 is not possible without dentures, for example.