Partial and Full Dentures

Partial and Full Dentures

Anderton Family Dental in Wenatchee offers partial and full dentures for patients suffering from tooth/teeth loss. Dentures are detachable artificial teeth, used to restore the patient’s smile and ability to eat normally. It is a faster and cheaper solution for patients who are not ready to undergo permanent dental implant procedures.

Partial Denture

Partial dentures replace only one or a few extracted teeth as opposed to having an entire set. Plastic or metal materials can be used as bases and it uses clasps to attach to the remaining teeth, anchoring the denture. It prevents teeth from further shifting and can help restore aesthetics to areas with extracted teeth.

Full Denture

A full denture is used for patients who have lost all their natural teeth. It is a full arch of artificial teeth that can be removable or placed permanently. Anderton Family Dental offer patients innovative full dentures that are more firm and comfortable compared to traditional dentures. The two types of full dentures are:

  • Immediate – this type of denture is made in advanced is placed in right after the teeth has been extracted. These are commonly used as temporary dentures while the patient’s conventional dentures are being prepared.
  • Conventional – this type of denture is made after the gum tissue is completely healed, around two to three months after the teeth extraction.


The cost of partial or full denture could range anywhere from a couple hundred dollars to a few thousand dollars. The price varies depending on the materials used and the patient’s dental condition. Your dental insurance plan may also cover a part of your denture expenses.

To schedule an appointment or for more information about partial and full dentures, please contact Anderton Family Dental at (509) 662-1648.

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222 N Mission St, Ste A
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