What amount of are dentures per tooth or for partial dentures?

Per appliance. I think you are asking about whether full dentures and/or partial dentures are priced by them selves as a single prosthetic appliance or by the tooth. Most dentist charge per appliance and it should also be noted that there are different types for each and each with a different fee. .
Incomplete question. Partial dentures replace missing teeth when some of your teeth still remain. Complete dentures replace the teeth when all your teeth are gone. They have a set cost for each, usually independent of how many teeth willl be replaced. Good luck.
Depends. Partial dentures or complete dentures are normally charged per prosthesis and not per tooth.

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Is it possible to get a partial denture for front tooth?

Sure. See the prosthodontist -- the expert in replacing missing teeth. Perhaps an implant is possible as well. It is the best treatment, especially at your age, with so many years of function required . Good luck. Read more...
Yes. Yes, but you must have enough space between the upper and lower teeth for the partial. Otherwise it will be prone to fracture. Read more...

Partial denture was attached to bad tooth. Now tooth pulled so what should my friend do?

New partial. Sometimes a partial can be modified where a tooth can be added. Sometimes a new partial denture needs to be made. Read more...
It depends. What are the condition of the remaining teeth and how old is the partial? The current partial was designed for a mouth that has now changed.. It is possible that it can be modified a bit, most usually a new partial is indicated. Read more...
See your dentist. The partial denture may be modified to perhaps provide for a better esthetic result and to provide for better retention. A dental implant may be used to replace the tooth that was lost and the implant can be fitted with an attachment that can lock onto the denture. Read more...
Explore your options. This would be a good time for your friend to step back and rethink both short term and long term goals and outlook. Rather than limit options to just simple and quick fixes, explore all options available. Have his entire mouth evaluated for cavities, periodontal (gum) health, bone support, etc. Then discuss options for best health, comfort, esthetics and happiness with teeth & smile. Then decide! Read more...
A few options. First see a good dentist. You can attached a tooth to the partial denture to replace the missing tooth. Consider a bridge if the adjacent teeth are stable and healthy. The best treatment available to replace missing teeth are dental implants. Read more...

If a tooth is extracted and not replaced, the face will slowly change in a few years. Will (partial dentures), prevent my face from changing?

Yes they can. But if you plan on putting in an implant or fixed partial denture at a later date you could also have orthodontic retainer made to buy some time until you can have the better procedure done. Read more...
Missing teeth. Missing one tooth will not change your facial profile. Missing many teeth will result in shifting of teeth, collapse of bite and change in appearance over time. Missing more teeth and over a longer time period, will result in more of a change. Replacing missing teeth will do a lot more good for your dental and medical health than merely improve your appearance. Read more...
Yes. After the extraction of any tooth other than wisdom teeth, the other surrounding teeth will tend to move and migrate to the open space. Also, depending on where the missing tooth is, it can affect the support of the lips or cheeks causing a sunken in look. This is usually with adjacent teeth missing. Any replacement of the tooth is recommended. Look at implants or bridges if finances will allow. Read more...
Yes. Restoring tooth spacing can in turn help with muscular contour. Chewing also will help by having a balanced occlusion. Read more...
Dentures some help. While i agree that dentures can help maintain muscle tone resulting in a fuller looking face, extracting teeth and subsequent loss of the tooth socket and surrounding boney contour and outer eminence can give an indented gaunt look to ones face. If finances were not a concern, virtually no one in 2014 would be getting dentures or even bridgework they would be getting dental implants! Read more...

My dad has a severe pain in lower 4 he is diabetic and has a partial denture which gain retention from lower 4 the tooth show mobility so what's this?

Peridontitis? If the teeth are moble he may have bone loss. Have him see a dentist to determine if this is the case. If he is in severe pain, the tooth may need to be removed. Read more...
See your Dentist. The tooth is being over-stressed and taking too much pressure from the partial denture. Sometimes what may look like a simple problem, may actually have more consequences to consider. Each case is different and needs to be assessed by your dentist. Read more...

Dds: do you make a removable partial denture for #2 when it is the last tooth? Big buccal side defect so:no implant. Wisdom tooth removed 25 yrs ago.

Not likely. It does not make sense to wear a removable partial if you are only missing one tooth, especially to replace an upper second molar. It's a lot of "hardware" in your mouth for just one tooth. If you have at least another couple of missing teeth in your upper arch, then you could consider it. Have you discussed your treatment options with your own dentist? Read more...
Too much for 1 tooth. A partial denture is a whole lot of hardware for one tooth. Assuming everything else is there besides the wisdoms, you can function fine without it. If you want an implant, it may be possible to graft bone in the area to create enough bone for an implant. Read more...
You can. You may if tooth # 2 which is being replaced will be in contact with the lower opposing tooth. The appliance will keep the lower tooth from growing up into the space [super erupting]. If there is no tooth that is opposing then it would be purely optional, given the info you have just described. Read more...
Depends. Possible, but most people will not wear one for 1 tooth that far back. You can try - I have patients who wear them with just 2 teeth on them. If you will wear it, then get one. It will be good for lower opposing tooth and help support your face. See a prosthodontist and ask for minimal metal framework. Good luck. Read more...
See your dentist... Most times i would say i would not make a removable partial for just #2. If there are other missing upper teeth the partial may be a nice option. Your dentist can best help in the decision. I would not recommend a fixed bridge at all to replace #2. Read more...

If my tooth decayed very deeply to the core, would I need a bone graft in order to get a partial denture applied on top?

Maybe. Bone grafts after extraction (socket preservation) will maintain more bone below the partial denture. You have to weigh the perceived advantages with the cost. Discuss with your DDS. Read more...
No. First the tooth must be extracted.Unless an unusually large amount of bone must be removed from the alveolar ridge in order to remove the tooth, your dentist can place a partial denture either immediately or after a healing period. Of course your remaining teeth would have to be healthy and capable of retaining the new partial. Consult with your dentist. Read more...