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How Much Does a Denture Cost in Toronto?

Want to know how much a denture costs in Toronto? The short answer is, it depends. Read on to learn more about denture costs in Toronto.
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A Complete Denture In Toronto Should Cost Between $1900 and $2400


If you've been searching for all-in denture prices, you may have tried Googling terms like "dentures cost in toronto" or "affordable dentures", or "cheap denture pricing". Additionally, you may have found that searching this way can be frustrating.

That's because most denture clinics don't advertise "all-in" pricing. The reason for this is that every patient case is unique. In other words, the total cost of treatment really depends on each patients unique needs. For example some patients will need to replace more teeth than others, while other patients may require the extraction of several teeth before starting treatment.

That said, if you're looking for a ballpark estimate for a complete denture or partial denture in Toronto, the suggested treatment fee recommended by the Ontario Dental Association are as follows:

Complete Dentures Price

  • Complete upper and lower denture set = $2400 plus lab fees
  • Complete upper denture = $1115 plus lab fees
  • Complete lower denture = $1419 plus lab fees

Partial Dentures Price

  • Acrylic upper or lower partial denture = $775 plus lab fees
  • Cast Metal upper or lower partial denture = $1419 plus lab fees

Flexible Dentures Price

  • Flexible upper or lower denture = $675 plus lab fees

If these estimates seem a little bit on the high side, don't worry. Every denture clinic is different. As you'll see below, some denture clinics charge more than others. By way of example, we found that the average cost of a complete single arch denture at our clinic was approximately $1500 after taxes and lab fees. This includes the initial consultation plus any parts and labour that go into making the denture including:

  • making dental impressions for the lab
  • hardware and materials
  • fittings and adjustments

Again, not every clinic uses the same pricing model so it's important to ask around. With that in mind, let's look at the 5 key factors that most affect the cost of dentures in Toronto.

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5 Factors Affecting the Cost of a Complete Denture in Toronto

As we've seen above, the total cost of a denture in Toronto varies from patient to patient and clinic to clinic. Next, let's dig deeper into the main factors that will affect the price of your denture so that you can make informed decisions.

Factor 1: How Many Teeth Do You Need To Replace?

Regarding dentures, the general guideline is that the cost increases as the number of teeth to be replaced increases. For instance, a partial denture designed to replace a single tooth typically ranges from $750.00 to $1000. Obviously, to replace an entire arch or both the upper and lower arch, the cost of treatment increases accordingly to account for the extra parts and labour.

Factor 2: How Do You Want Your Denture To Stay In Place?

The method of securing dentures in your mouth can vary, which can impact their prices. Partial dentures are typically held in position by clasps that attach to nearby natural teeth. In contrast, complete dentures necessitate more extensive dental procedures prior to insertion and may require multiple refittings as your jaw adapts. The additional effort involved in this process contributes to their increased expenses.

Some patients also opt for implant supported dentures, also called overdentures. Instead of resting on the gums like traditional, an implant supported denture is secured by an implant that's placed in your jawbone. While using implants to support the denture offers greater stability that a traditional denture, the cost of surgery makes them pricier. In Canada, a single dental implant can cost between $2000 to $4000 depending on the patient.

Factor 3: Materials and Design

Typically, conventional dentures are created using an acrylic that is pressure molded and heated. This process produces dentures that are equally robust, stable and comfortable. After a few adjustments, most patients find their dentures fits precisely to the contours of their mouth.

For an even more natural look and feel, your denturist can also use premium materials to create custom shade choices, and increase strength to resist chips or cracks. These premium materials will typically raise the cost of the denture by about 30% when compared with standard dentures.

Factor 4: The Clinic

Another variable that can influence denture cost is the clinic itself. Some denturists may charge more based on their location, reputation or unique expertise. Searching for terms like "best denture clinic near me" will help you find a local clinic with a solid reputation. Be sure to check their online reviews to make to hear what patients had to say about their own experience.

Factor 5: Repairs, Maintenance and Adjustments

Before choosing a denturist, it's important to ask about warranties and fees associated with repairs, adjustments and relines. For example, at our clinic, every treatment include 2 years free unlimited repairs and free adjustments while others charge high fees ($198 and up) per repair. For this reason, it's always a good idea to compare not just the starting price, but to also ask about the warranty and whether repairs and adjustments are included with the treatment.


So, there you have it! Dentures are a cost-effective solution for individuals in need of a complete set of dentures in Toronto. While the cost can vary depending on several factors, it is possible to find affordable options through research and comparison.

Remember, while cost is an important factor, it should not be the only consideration. The quality of the dentures, the reputation of the dentist, and the level of aftercare service should also be considered. After all, dentures are a long-term investment in your oral health and well-being.

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