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Dentures Cost Abroad



Are you afraid to smile because of a lost tooth? Low dentures cost abroad is a fitting answer to restore your smile.

A denture is a set of artificial teeth and gums to replace the lost teeth in your mouth. There are two types of dentures, full or partial, and are custom made to fit your mouth.

Low-Cost Dentures Abroad

The dentures cost abroad varies according to the type and material used. A price list for various dentures is provided for different countries.

Dentures Cost comparison: USA, Mexico, Colombia, Costa Rica, India
USA Mexico Colombia Costa Rica India
All-on-4 denture cost
$24,000 $8,950 $7,895 $8,999 $3,350
Snap-on Denture (2-implant)
$21,000 $3,200 $2,500 $4,000 $1,200
Full Removable Denture / Arch
$2,500 $550 $490 $580 $420
Immediate Acrylic Full or Partial Removable Dentures
$1,500 $400 $350 $350 $210

Why are Dentures Cheap Abroad?

A patient from the USA will find Dentures abroad at a low-cost rate in countries like Mexico, Costa Rica, Colombia, India, Vietnam, and Thailand. The price is low because of many reasons. First of all, the cost of running a dental practice in these countries is meager as compared to that in the USA or Canada or Australia.

Moreover, the dentists here are not under any student loan, which is reflected in the patient services.[1]HuffPost
Welcome to Molar City, Mexico, The Dental Mecca America’s Health Care Costs Built
“Primarily, the reason medical care is cheaper in these countries is the cost of running the business or a hospital or a clinic or even a doctor’s office is quite low compared to what it would be in the U.S,” Datta said.
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Types of Dentures Abroad

Dentures are broadly classified in two types,

  • Complete Dentures: Patient chooses complete denture when there is no teeth left in their mouth (edentulous patients).
  • Partial Dentures: This type of denture is handy when there are still some teeth left in the mouth. Moreover, the patient opts to keep the teeth as such.

1. Complete Dentures

Sometimes, especially in old-aged patients, all the teeth fall out (Edentulous patients). In that case, it becomes mandatory to have a complete set of dentures (both upper and lower).

Complete dentures are of three types

a. Fixed Complete Dentures
b. Complete Removable Dentures
c. Snap-On Dentures

The type depends on the budget, aesthetic requirement and the jaw-bone structure of the patient.

Nearly 37.9 million adults will need one or two complete dentures by 2020 in the world.[2]Gerodontology.
Should edentulous patients be constrained to removable complete dentures? The use of dental implants to improve the quality of life for edentulous patients.
“National epidemiological survey data suggested that the adult population in need of one or two complete dentures will increase from 35.4 million adults in 2000 to 37.9 million adults in 2020…”
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a. Fixed Complete Dentures

Fixed Complete Dentures are also known as Implant-supported dentures or All-on-four/six/eight dentures. The fixed dentures are fully functional teeth that are mounted on implants which provide better stability.

All-on-4 Implants based dentures- Dentures Cost Abroad

Pros of Fixed Dentures:

  • There is no need to remove the denture
  • High success rate
  • The implant-based dentures provide optimal chewing forces
  • Patient needs only 2-3 visit to the clinic which is too less as compared to removable dentures

Cons of Fixed Dentures:

  • Implant based dentures are expensive than the removable bridges
  • It may have abrasive effects on the neighbouring teeth

b. Removable Complete Dentures

You may have seen older people taking out their dentures at night. These are completely removable dentures and are mounted on the gums. Also, there is no need for any surgical process.

Removable Complete Dentures Abroad

Pros of Removable Complete Dentures

  • Cheaper than fixed dentures
  • Easy to repair than a fixed bridge
  • There is no need for implants or any other surgical procedure

Cons of Removable Complete Dentures

  • Limited chewing forces
  • The patient is required to remove the dentures before sleeping
  • Can break or crack with time
  • With time, as the mouth changes shape, these dentures need to be re-aligned
  • Nearly 6-7 visits are required for a good fit

c. Snap-on Dentures Abroad

Unlike removable dentures, snap-on dentures are anchored over mini-implants. Due to this reason, they are also known as “mini implant-retained dentures”.

Snap-on-Dentures Cost Abroad

If a patient was initially using dentures, the same can be retained during this procedure. Moreover, it has minimal prosthesis movement even though it can be removed at will.

Therefore, this procedure has both advantages over removable and fixed dentures.


Pros of Snap-on-Dentures

Snap-on-Dentures over Removable Dentures

  • Snap-on dentures causes decreased bone resorption.[3]Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research.
    Implant-Supported Mandibular Overdenture: A Viable Treatment Option for Edentulous Mandible
    ” Implant supported overdentures offer many practical advantages over conventional complete dentures and removable partial dentures. These include decreased bone resorption, reduced prosthesis movement, better esthetics, improved tooth position, better occlusion, increased occlusal function and maintenance of the occlusal vertical dimension…”
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  • Unlike removable dentures, snap-ons have stronger bite and are much stable.
  • These have better aesthetics as compared to removable dentures.
  • Snap-on dentures provide better upper and lower jaw fit, also known as occlusion.

Snap-on-Dentures over Fixed Dentures

  • Less bulkier dentures[4]Treatise of Implant Dentistry
    IMMEDIATE FIXED TEMPORARY PROSTHESES AND DEFINITIVE PROSTHESES ON IMPLANTS
    “Removable dentures on implants make it possible to eliminate the palate from the upper prosthesis and manufacture less bulky lower dentures, thus making them more stable and functional…”
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  • Minimally invasive as it is snapped-on mini implants which does not require extensive surgical procedure
  • Cost-effective option
  • Patient experiences less discomfort and pain after the procedure
  • Involves less healing time

Cons of Snap-on Dentures

  • Costly than removable dentures
  • Time needed for implant placement and the healing time is much higher than the removable dentures, and it may need 3-4 sessions for one set.
  • The dentures may stain or chip over time which adds maintenance cost

2. Partial Dentures

Partial dentures are recommended when some teeth are still left in the mouth. Along with filling the gap, it also prevents further tooth decay.

There are two types of partial dentures, namely,


a. Fixed Dental Bridge

A fixed partial denture or a dental bridge is a restorative set of artificial teeth that are used to replace one or more missing teeth.

Dental Bridge Cost Abroad

The bridge is used where the patient has a healthy bone structure on both sides of the gap. It has 2 parts

  1. Pontic: Tooth-like structure that replaces the missing teeth
  2. Crown: A cap that covers adjacent teeth
  3. Abutment: The neighbouring teeth that are reduced in size to support crown

Benefits of Dental Bridges

  • Restores bite and clarifies speech
  • Maintains natural shape of the face
  • Reduces stress on adjacent teeth
  • Prevents mal-alignment of neighbouring teeth
  • Promotes natural-looking smile
  • Prevents teeth on the opposite arch from over-errupting

b. Removable Partial Dentures

A removable partial denture (RPD) is made of artificial teeth attached to a gum-colored plastic base. This base is connected by a metal framework that holds the denture in place.

As the remaining teeth help in holding the denture in place, they have better stability.


Material used for RPD

There are different types of RPDs depending on the material used, they are:

  • Cast metal RPD- Made of metal framework with retainers and teeth.
  • Acrylic RPD-  Temporary framework with wire clasps.
  • Valplast RPD- Made of flexible plastic with valplast gum-colored clasps.

Low Cost Dentures Abroad Destinations


Denture abroad destinations
Low-Cost Dentures are available in Thailand, Mexico, India, Vietnam, Colombia & Costa Rica

Dentures in Mexico

Mexico is very popular dental tourism destination for US citizens and Canadians. People come for Dentures in Mexico along with a relaxing holiday in the pleasant weather.

MTC has partner dental clinics in:

Read more about dentists in Mexico here.

Dentures in Colombia

Colombia is a beautiful and a peaceful nation in South America. As it is near USA and Canada, dental tourism in Colombia is quiet popular.

MTC has partner clinics in

Read more about dental work in Colombia here.

Dentures in Costa Rica

US citizens and Canadian like to fly to Costa Rica for a pleasant beach holiday. They find a favorable dental vacation spot which is easy on their pockets as well.

MTC has partner clinics in

Read  more about dentists in Costa Rica here.


Dentures in Thailand

A visit to the Land of smiles [5]Culture Trip
Why is Thailand Known as The ‘Land of Smiles’?
“The nickname was first dubbed in a promotional sense, hoping to lure visitors in with its promise of white sand beaches, affordable travel costs, and the extreme hospitality of the locals…”
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is on everyone’s bucket list. Dental tourism in Thailand serves the dual purpose of combining a relaxing holiday while receiving new dentures.

MTC has partner clinics in

  • Bangkok

Read more about dentists in Thailand here.

Dentures in India

Visit the oldest existing heritage of the world, and get your dentures in India by our expert dentist.

MTC has partner clinics in

  • Chandigarh
  • Rajkot
  • Ahmedabad
  • Udaipur
  • Jodhpur
  • Jaipur

Read more about dentist in India here.

Dentures in Vietnam

Soak in the rich cultural heritage of Vietnam along with getting desired dentures.

MTC has partner clinics in

  • Ho Chi Minh City

Read more about dental work in Vietnam here.

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