Non-Removable Dentures: What are Some Affordable Options?

I am only 28 years old with 3 kids to support. So I am on a limited income. My teeth are very brittle and break easily, so I think I need to have them removed. I don't want to get a regular, removable denture, as I think I'm too young for that. I have been looking into getting a denture that is not removable. Is this something I need implants for? What would be the least costly way of getting non-removable dentures? Can I do my lower teeth first and my upper at a later date to save money?

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  1. I suggest that you find a dentist that you are comfortable with and let him or her look at your mouth so that the dentist can get enough information about your particular situation before recommending a treatment that best suits your needs.
    If you can save some of your teeth, the treatment would be less expensive than if you have to get them extracted and replaced by implants. Non-removable teeth on implants can get expensive.
    You can treat one jaw at a time if you have to.
    Good luck! Dr. Carlos Boudet

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