Dentures – Full and Partials in
Austin, TX

A General & Cosmetic Dentist Serving Austin, Round Rock and nearby areas of Texas.

Dentures – Full and Partials in Austin


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Gone are the days of dentures looking large or unnatural in the mouth. At BridgeView Dental, we strive to fit you with dentures that match your mouth and existing or former teeth. As an LVI-trained dentist, Dr. Loveless has the knowledge, skill and experience to ensure that your results appear natural, fit securely in your mouth and provide you with the functionality you need to enjoy life to the fullest.

To learn more about dentures and partials at our Austin office, please call BridgeView Dental today at (512) 265-5818 to schedule an appointment with Dr. Loveless. We welcome patients from West Lake Hills and Lakeway.

False Teeth Options

If you’ve lost multiple teeth, there are a number of false teeth options available to replace them. Under the right circumstances, Dr. Loveless may be able to replace your missing teeth with dental implants or a dental bridge. However, if those options aren’t ideal solutions for your unique situation, dentures are an effective option.

Depending on your goals, physiology and budget, Dr. Loveless may recommend either partial dentures or full dentures. Dentures can be removable or permanently fixed.

Partial Dentures

A partial denture is a single removable prosthesis that can be used to replace several teeth in your upper or lower jaw. Even if your missing teeth are on opposite sides of your mouth, partial dentures can replace several missing teeth simultaneously. This offers an incredible benefit if you are missing all of your back teeth or just your front teeth.

Types of Dentures at BridgeView Dental | Austin, Texas

Similar to full dentures, partial dentures can be customized with artificial gum tissue and artificial teeth.

Full Dentures

Full dentures comprise a single, removable prosthesis that is designed to fit naturally and comfortably in the upper or lower jaw. Complete dentures are often made of an acrylic or metal base and then equipped with acrylic gum tissue and artificial teeth. Full dentures are meticulously customized to rest comfortably against your gum tissue when there are no natural teeth remaining in your jaw.

Implant-Supported Dentures

Implant-supported dentures offer several benefits over traditional dentures, such as:

  • Increased stability
  • No problems with slipping
  • Better comfort

In the process, dental implants are fused to the jawbone beneath your gums. Your dentures are crafted to snap into these dental implants, securely anchoring your dentures into place. Implant-supported dentures stimulate healthier bone preservation beneath your gums and provide you with a more stable foundation for speaking and chewing.

How Much Do Dentures Cost?

The needs of every patient vary, and the type and extent of dentures needed will impact the potential cost. To gain a more accurate estimate of what you can expect to pay for your dentures, schedule a personal consultation with Dr. Loveless. During your consultation, he will explain all of your options and related costs.

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in Austin

Elizabeth E.

Great overall experience! They were very friendly and calming for my first time here. It was a pleasure with all of the staff, and Dr. Loveless did a superb job along with Joanna at setting up my individualized treatment plan. Thanks so much!!!

Daniela M.

Only the best dental office in Austin! From my initial checkup, through Invisalign and post-invisalign care.

Leslie K.

I am very happy with Bridgeview Dental and impressed with their services. I have had a full exam, cleaning and filling done and they are absolutely professional, smooth and knowledgeable with everything they do. If you are looking for a dentist- look no further. This is a great office with a great staff ready to take great care of you.
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