What Are The Most Realistic Fake Teeth Options?

Last Updated on October 26, 2023 by Jade

There are a number of realistic fake teeth options including dentures, dental implants, and veneers. Since these can be expensive for many people, there are also more affordable DIY fake teeth options now available. These DIY teeth are not as good as the professional options but can work well in certain circumstances.

There are a number of fake teeth options that can look as good as natural teeth… if not better. The most popular options are either dentures, dental implants, or veneers and are available through a dentist or denturist. Dentures come in a variety of forms including full, partial, and flexible. Dental implants are surgically installed into your jawbone and are a safe and logical solution to missing or broken teeth. These are great fake teeth options… however, they also cost a lot of money.

Because of the high prices for dentures, dental implants, and veneers, it makes them out of reach for many people. This is why you can find affordable alternatives to professionally constructed, designed, and implanted dental appliances.

While the majority of these more affordable types of cosmetic fake teeth options are intended to be used in emergency situations, they do work for some time. Keep in mind that they are in actual fact ‘temporary’ teeth, and to see your dentist when you can for proper replacements.

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What Are Dental Implants?

A dental implant is designed to replace a natural tooth. The natural tooth is the crown, which is the part that comes out from the gum line, and the root which is under the gum line and in the jaw bone. A dental implant can replace the root part of a missing tooth and then have a realistic-looking crown attached.

Dental implants have been in common use since the 1970s and as technology has advanced, so has the quality of these replacement teeth. There are currently about forty different types of dental implants available and they have enriched the lives of millions of people.

How Much Are Fake Teeth?

The question of how much fake teeth options cost is one that is asked frequently.

For regular dentures and dental implants, depending on what kind of implant you require and how many, as well as what material they are made from, the cost will vary. You can expect to spend from a few hundred to several thousand dollars as a result. See an in-depth look at denture prices here.

If you have missing or broken teeth and cannot afford these costs, there is an alternative. Realistic fake teeth can be had at a fraction of the cost of professionally manufactured and installed dental implants. Some are even approved by the Food and Drug Administration (see the options below).

How To Make Fake Teeth at Home

Your teeth are one of the most important parts of the body. Having a set of nice-looking teeth is not only important for your personal appearance but also for your overall health.

If you have the time and resources, there are ways to make fake teeth at home. The good news is that you do not need to spend a lot of money to get results.

Here is a look at five of the best cheap fake teeth products available online:

Imako Cosmetic Teeth Cover. Natural Coloring, Small – 1 Pack, Uppers Only

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This is essentially a cover for your upper teeth but it does a great job of hiding missing teeth, crooked teeth, stained and broken teeth. It can sit over crowns, bondings, partials, and veneers.

They fit securely over your top row of teeth and include a fitting material to assist with the final fit.

These fake teeth options require no dental visit, are made in the United States, and are approved by the FDA. The manufacturer promotes this as the “safest cosmetic tooth cover” available and with natural coloring they look and feel like your own teeth.

For more information about Imako Cosmetic Teeth Cover, click here, as well as check out the video below…


Very easy to put on as these are thin and do not stick out far
Comfortable to wear
Acts as a great temporary solution until proper dental work can be scheduled
Easy to remove, when needed


For some, the teeth are colored too white and look a bit fake
The instructions are poorly written
It may take a few tries to get them to fit correctly
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Imako Cosmetic Upper Teeth 1 Pack (Large, Bleached)

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This set of fake cosmetic teeth are the exact same as the ones above with one exception – they are a size larger. They still hide missing teeth, broken, crooked or stained teeth, and still look natural.

They are made in the United States with FDA approval.

What makes these fake teeth options a great alternative is how easy they are to install. You can fit them yourself in one easy step sitting in your kitchen. The manufacturer promotes this fact by explaining that you can “do your own smile makeover” which is exactly what you are doing.

For more information about Imako Cosmetic Upper Teeth, click here.


Very easy to fit
Very attractive once in place
The fit is very comfortable
The packaging is easy to open
The YouTube video is very informative


These fake teeth will stain easily
There is not enough material for some users
For some, the teeth are too white and do not look natural
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Imako Cosmetic Teeth Extras (Pink and White Fitting Material)

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This is a companion item to go along with either of the fake teeth uppers already featured in this review.

What makes this a useful product is that it includes material that can be used to fill in for missing teeth.

It will even strengthen the tooth cover where a tooth is missing making a better fit.

For more information about Imako Cosmetic Teeth Extras, click here.


This product is easy to heat and use
A great temporary solution to hold you over until you can get in to see a dentist
Once completed, the look is incredible
Some users say these teeth have boosted their self-confidence


The package does not contain enough ‘pink’ gum material
It takes a bit of an adjustment to get used to wearing these
The instructions are not very clear
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Temptooth Temporary Tooth Replacement

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Temptooth has a product that you can use at home to make your own teeth.

This product consists of white beads that you heat up in hot water. As they become hot, the beads stick together and you can mold them into the shape of a tooth so that it fits into the space of the missing tooth.

Since the product can only be molded into shape when it is hot, care has to be taken not to burn yourself.

When made correctly, the replacement tooth pops into place, but won’t easily fall out, meaning that you can smile and talk with confidence.

Since it is very white, you may have to color the tooth to match your existing teeth. See some instructions on coloring your temporary teeth here (see the comments section at the bottom).


Easy to use
This permits you to make a realistic-looking temporary tooth
Easy to fit
Instructions are understandable
A bit expensive, but worth it


Teeth made with this material will stain over time
Some users had difficulty eating while wearing a TempTooth
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Get more information on the Temptooth product here, and to see how to mold the tooth into shape, make sure to check out the video below…

InstaMorph – Moldable Plastic

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The InstaMorph product is very similar to the one above, except it is cheaper, and does not come with the same instructions. However, you use it basically the same way.

You heat up the plastic for a few minutes (which becomes moldable at 150°F / 66°C), and then form it into the desired shape. If it does not turn out the way you like, then no problems… just reheat it and start again.

It’s a quick and easy way to make your own fake teeth at home and can get you out of trouble in no time.

To check out InstaMorph Moldable Plastic beads, click here.


The instructions are very well written
The plastic can be reused several times
You do not need much of this plastic material to create a tooth
This plastic dries fast so you can use the tooth soon afterward


This plastic material easily stains
Expensive for what you receive in the package
This may take several tries to get right
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The Last Word on Fake Teeth Options

Fake teeth are not intended to prevent you from seeing a dentist ever again but they can hold you over until you absolutely need to. As long as you do not use cosmetic teeth as a permanent replacement for teeth you should see a dentist about, you should be fine.

When you choose to avoid seeing a dentist because you have opted to use an affordable option for fake teeth, you are also harming yourself. By not seeing your dentist regularly you may develop other issues that only your dentist can remedy if identified early and quickly before they can cause additional damage.

If you are after further information on dentures and denture products, then please check out these posts:

About Jade Roberts

After having a lot of dental issues when she was younger, and years of restorative dental work, Jade knows how difficult it is to find the right dental information. This forced her to do countless hours of research and connect with dental experts all over the world to find the right information. Learning has made her passionate about sharing her knowledge and experience so that others don't have to go through the same issues. "If I make any recommendations in the articles on the False Teeth Options website, it is because my team and I have researched and/or tested the products ourselves, and would be comfortable recommending them to our own family and friends. I'd love to hear of your experiences. So if you have any questions or comments, please feel free to get in touch."


  1. Mary sheryl sanchez on December 15, 2017 at 9:03 am

    If i will afraid to clear my broken teeth it is ok you do repace fake teeth

    • False Teeth Options on December 16, 2017 at 12:11 am

      Hi Mary
      Thanks for your message, although I am not 100% sure of your question.
      Finding the best solution depends on your current situation, so it is difficult to know what is best for you. These fake teeth options mentioned in this article are only meant as temporary solutions, so if you require a permanent solution, you would be best to speak with your dentist. Dental implants and dentures can be expensive (for more information on prices, click here); however the temporary tooth replacement options mentioned above are very affordable and provide a well-priced and quick result.
      All the best

  2. william rogers on March 29, 2018 at 7:29 am

    maybe I missed it but I have one eye tooth that is getting very loose. Isn’t there some kind of glue or adhesive that will allow me to simple glue that one tooth on and that’s it.

    • False Teeth Options on April 2, 2018 at 7:45 pm

      Hi William
      If your real tooth is loose, it is probably best to see your dentists as soon as possible so they can advise you best.

  3. Cliff on October 20, 2020 at 12:43 pm

    My wife used these small white beads to form a replacement tooth it’s in between 2 of her existing teeth on the bottom but now it’s been there for some weeks. It’s very badly discoloured and she can not get it out again. How does she remove it without breaking the other teeth?

    • False Teeth Options on October 21, 2020 at 12:52 am

      Hi Cliff
      Thanks for reaching out. I am sorry to hear that your wife is having issues. I have not heard of this happening before, so am afraid I can’t be of much help.
      It would probably be best to see your dentist or health care professional to get specific advice on the situation.
      Sorry I can’t be of any more help than that. All the best.

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