In Singapore, dentures are a popular dental prosthetic option for those who have lost their teeth due to
age, disease, or injury. They are custom-made to replace missing teeth and can be removed and reinserted
into the mouth easily. Dentures not only restore the appearance of a full set of teeth,
enhancing the individual's smile and facial structure, but they also improve the
individual's ability to chew and speak. There are two main types of dentures: complete
dentures, which replace all teeth, and partial dentures, which are used when some natural teeth remain.
The process of getting dentures in Singapore typically involves several appointments over a few weeks. First, impressions and measurements of the jaw are taken to create a model denture. The patient will try on this model several times so the dentist can assess the fit and make necessary adjustments. Once the final denture is made, it may need further adjustments after being worn for some time to ensure maximum comfort and function.
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Why Choose Dr Tay's Dentures Treatment?
Friendly Dentist and Team
Our team treats each and every patient to the best of our ability. This is the reason why entire families have continued their dental care with True Dental Studio for many years, from all over Singapore.
At True Dental, it is our commitment to ensure our patients are kept as comfortable as possible. We aim to minimize discomfort, if any, for our patients.
We believe in pricing quality treatments at a competitive rate. We are transparent and upfront with our treatment costs.
Dentures Prices Singapore
|Consultation||$20 to $60|
|Partial Denture (Acrylic Base)||From $380|
|Partial Denture (Cobalt Chrome Base)||From $630|
|Complete Dentures||From $775|
*All prices are NETT.
How do I book a Dentures appointment?
True Dental Studio (Ang Mo Kio)
Frequently Asked Questions
At True Dental Studio, a complete set of dentures starts from $775 per arch. Talk to our friendly staff for more information.
Dentures typically last between 5 to 10 years, but they may need adjustments or relining over time due to normal wear or changes in the gums and bone.
While dentures can restore function and aesthetics, they don't have the same strength and sensation as natural teeth, so they're not typically considered better, but a viable option for those with missing teeth.
MediSave is only allowed for dental treatment requiring surgery for medical reasons. This includes dental implants and wisdom tooth extraction. Dentures do not require surgery and are not claimable.
Generally, it's possible to wear dentures all day, but they should be removed at night to allow the gums and bone to rest, and to maintain proper oral hygiene.