Prosthodontists in San Antonio TX

Welcome to South Texas Dental Implants & Prosthodontics

We believe that the “Art” is in concealing the “Art” in Dentistry

If you are looking for a dentist in San Antonio, we welcome you to our practice.

One of the goals of our website is to provide you with an extension of care. As you navigate through the site you will find a wealth of information about dentistry, tooth care, procedures, and treatments. We believe in educating our patients and thus enabling them to participate in deciding what is best for their oral health. There is an overview of our practice including our doctor(s) and staff, office hours, insurance and appointment procedures, maps, directions, and contact information.

Our office is located at 2020 Babcock Rd. Ste 26, San Antonio, TX.

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Here at South Texas Dental Implants & Prosthodontics we use dental implants and other procedures to give you the healthy and beautiful smile you've always wanted.
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General & Cosmetic Dentistry San Antonio

General & Cosmetic Dentistry can give you a smile you’re happy to show off. Modern cosmetic dentistry techniques make it easier than ever for you to have a bright, even smile.

Drs. E. Wayne Simmons or Bryhn Simmons can give you the smile you want using:

Dental Implants San Antonio

Dental implants are designed to provide a foundation for facsimile and replacement teeth that look, feel, and function like natural teeth. The person who has lost teeth regains the ability to eat virtually any foods they want and can smile with confidence, knowing that teeth appear natural and that facial contours will be preserved. All of this with complete comfort, i.e.- no pain.

For more information about dental implants or to schedule a consultation appointment, call our office in San Antonio, TX at South Texas Dental Implants & Prosthodontics Office Phone Number 210-692-0136.

What is a Prosthodontist?

A prosthodontist is a trained dentist who has completed a post-doctoral residency program. They are defined by being educated about the replacement of any missing or damaged oral structures, including the teeth, roots of teeth, and bone. This may be accomplished by surgery, restorative procedures, or a combination of both.

Less than 3% of all dentists in the United States are Prosthodontists.


Prosthodontics is one of nine ADA specialties. After completing four years of dental school a student will receive their DMD or DDS degree (there is no difference between the two) and upon completion and passing of necessary licensing exams are able to begin practicing dentistry. Most schools have anywhere from 50 to 100 students in a graduating class and most of these students will go on to apply to dental residencies (specialty or general) rather than begin practicing. Learn more about the education requirements for Prosthodontists.


Prosthodontics means prosthetics of the mouth. Prosthodontists specialize in restoring teeth and replacing missing teeth to create beautiful, and most importantly, healthy smiles. Prosthodontic training involves treating the more complex and challenging cases within the dental patient pool. Learn more about what Prosthodontists do.


Most anyone can see a prosthodontist. No referral is needed. Learn more about the types of patients a prosthodontist usually see.


In the past, prosthodontics was often divided into two subspecialties: fixed and removable. Today, most prosthodontists do not limit themselves to one or the other. With the popularity and success of dental implants, however, there may be a tendency for prosthodontists to limit themselves to mostly fixed prosthetics. Learn more about prosthodontics.