Full & Partial Dentures in West Chester, OH

partial dentures | west chester

A beautiful smile is a gift to others, and it makes you feel confident about your appearance. Smiles are so powerful that they can even influence the moods of those around you!

But what if you feel like smiling but are held back by missing teeth? You may not feel confident enough to interact comfortably with others because you’re sure that the gap in your smile is all they notice. And unfortunately, you may be right.

At Joel R. Koch DDS, we have several solutions to replace missing teeth and restore your smile. Dentures may not be the first solution that comes to mind, but you may be surprised to see how much they’ve improved in comfort, fit, function, and appearance.

These are definitely not your grandparents’ dentures!

Types of Dentures Available

Full dentures are the right choice for you if all the teeth in an upper or lower arch are missing. If you have a few missing teeth, we might recommend a partial denture that completes your smile and is secured in place with clasps attached to adjacent teeth.

Getting dentures is a significant investment, so we want the results to meet and exceed your expectations. During the planning process, we’ll design your dentures together to customize the shape and size of individual denture teeth. We’ll make sure the positioning looks natural and that the shade complements your facial features.

Updated Dentures Will Enhance Your Smile


dentures | west chester We customize your dentures using a lightweight acrylic material for the base that is tinted to blend with your natural gum color. We’re pleased to have the convenience of a state-of-the-art custom dental lab right here in our West Chester office. This allows us to work closely with you and our skilled technicians to ensure that every detail of your new denture meets and exceeds your expectations. 

Implant-Supported Dentures

We’ve all heard stories about dentures popping out during a hearty sneeze or slipping when you’re trying to enjoy a meal with friends. Upper dentures are usually more stable than lowers because of the surface area they cover. Lower dentures, however, tend to move around more because they sit on top of your gums, and the constant movement of your tongue can cause the denture to shift.

But pairing dental implants with dentures gives lowers a stable, secure base so they stay in place. If you would like to learn more about implant-supported dentures, please let us know.

Please Call to Arrange a Convenient Consultation

Our goal is to help you move past a life of embarrassment and discomfort toward a healthier smile that you want to share with others. Please call to arrange a consultation with Dr. Koch to get started, and we’ll have you smiling confidently again in no time!

Whether you choose traditional or implant-supported dentures, we’ll have you smiling confidently again in no time!