Affordable Dentures

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What are dentures made of?

There are many types of partial dentures and a dental professional will usually recommend which is best to suit your needs. They range from flexible partial dentures made from heat-sensitive plastic; rigid cast metal framed dentures which are more hard wearing; acrylic 'flipper' dentures which can be bulky, and a fixed bridge which is exactly as the name suggests.

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Introducing instasmile: the modern alternative to dentures

instasmile has many benefits over traditional dentures:


instasmile is all taken care of from the comfort of your own home! No need to take time from work from appointments, we send you everything you need in a single box! Once we have your impressions, we take care of the rest! No need for stressful follow-up appointments!

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Dentures can be VERY expensive. Most dentures from a cosmetic dentist will set you back somewhere between £2,000 and £10,000, and in some cases beyond. instasmile is a genuinely affordable solution to this with our ‘Classic’ set starting from £250 and our ‘Dynamic’ starting from £450. This also bypasses the need for those extra costly dentistry appointments.

Faster Process

With traditional dentures, the process involves many visits to your cosmetic dentist and can take up to 3/4 months to complete. This can include their impression process and many follow up appointments. The instasmile process usually takes 6-8 weeks which is a huge reduction and comfort when compared to regular dentures.

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So with instasmile being cheaper, faster and more affordable than cosmetic dentures, why not see if you are a candidate and save money from the comfort of your own home!

How much are dentures/ partial dentures?

A common question is how much do dentures cost, and the answer will vary depending on the type of dentures recommended for you, and the number of missing teeth you have (also see the average cost of partial dentures).

As a guide, a full 'conventional' top or bottom denture can cost around £2,250 - £3,750.

Fixed partial dentures cost from up to £5,000 for a plate and £10,000 for a full set, whereas flexible partial dentures cost up to £1,500. Instasmile clip-on veneers cost from £400 per arch to cover missing teeth, so are £1,000's cheaper.

On top of these denture costs, you will have to pay an additional cost for any tooth extractions required. Often, your dentist will need to remove one or multiple teeth in order for your dentures to fit properly. The general cost of extraction can be around £100 per tooth.

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Results Of Our Affordable Dentures

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Frequently Asked Questions

What if I cannot afford dentures?

Dentures are known for being expensive because of the materials used and the technique needed to make and fit them. 

But if the cost is a concern, instasmile clip-on veneers are the perfect choice. 

Less than a quarter of the cost of dentures, our affordable alternative means you can enjoy all the benefits of a new and improved smile, without breaking the bank. 

You also don’t need to pay for extra dentist visits and maintenance costs, just a one-off cost that gives you the smile you’ve been dreaming of. 

Get started with instasmile today. 

Can dentures be fitted to receding gums?

If the gums are receding because of a disease or infection, this must be treated first. Otherwise, the gums can continue to recede and become worse around the dentures, affecting the whole mouth, including the teeth. 

If this happens, then more invasive treatments are needed, causing discomfort and a bigger hole in the wallet. 

Similarly, if you have receding gums, it’s hard to get an accurate impression for clip-on veneers. Because of this, we recommend you have any gum-related issues treated first, before seeking out cosmetic treatments. 

How long is the wait between extraction and denture placement?

If you have a tooth extraction, you’re looking at waiting around 6 months before you can get denture placement.

This allows the tooth socket to heal correctly. If a denture is placed over this area too soon, it can make you more at risk of developing infections and gum diseases. 

Temporary dentures can be used in the meantime to disguise the gap, but only if advised by your dentist. While these can perfect your smile temporarily, they can be a bit fiddly and hard to eat, talk and speak with.