Dr. Voges is proud to announce that she offers quality removable and fixed dentures for patients who are missing teeth. With a one-on-one consultation, we will help you decide the exact type of prosthetic that’s right for you.

Full dentures are best for patients who need to replace an entire arch of missing or damaged teeth. Partial dentures are good for patients who still have remaining healthy teeth, but need to fill in a gap in their smile.

Types of full dentures include traditional and immediate dentures. Traditional dentures involve giving the mouth an appropriate amount of time to heal before placing the completed custom dentures. With immediate dentures, Dr. Voges will design your dentures before extraction, so we can place them immediately after your procedure. An additional appointment may be required later to adjust your dentures after the mouth has fully healed.

What Can I Expect from Dentures?

Dentures may feel bulky and first and will take some time to adjust to. We are happy to meet with you as many times as necessary to perfect the fit of your dentures. Once you’ve grown accustomed to your dentures, you will feel like you have your natural teeth back.

The Power of Implant Supported Dentures

While removable dentures have proven to be a great solution for missing teeth, there’s an even more reliable option available to you at San Antonio Aesthetic & Family Dentistry–implant supported dentures.

Problem | Ill-fitting, loose dentures that you can’t always depend on. They may slide while you chew or speak, or make eating a little bit difficult.
Solution | Implant supported dentures won’t loosen over time, and they’ll never shift in your mouth. Two to four dental implants are placed into the bone to serve as anchors for your durable dentures.

Why Choose Implant Supported Dentures?

Implant supported dentures are more stable and more comparable to your natural teeth. Your dental implants can even last for a lifetime if you commit to daily brushing and flossing, along with regular visits to your dentist.

To learn more about which denture option is right for you, give our office a call today. Dr. Voges would love to meet with you and help you regain your beautiful smile.