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Category Archives: Dentures

How Dental Implants Are Changing Dentures

If you wear dentures, you know that they are not an ideal solution for missing teeth. They can slip, cause gum irritation, bone loss, and leave you with an inability to taste food due to a covered palate. The good news? Implant-supported dentures from The HIlls Dental Spa in Austin offer a better solution. If […]

Dental Implants: Does Your Age Matter?

Dental implants have rightly been called one of the greatest advances in dentistry: titanium posts that are inserted into the jaw to support one or more artificial teeth. Dental implants are available at The Hills Dental Spa in Austin TX. A common concern for many patients is whether they are too old for a dental […]

cosmetic dentures

What Are the Alternatives to Full Cosmetic Dentures?

Drs. Kevin Winter and Kory Grahl of The Hills Dental Spa Cosmetic and Family Dentistry seek to provide Austin, TX area patients with cosmetic and restorative solutions for their smiles. When patients are faced with tooth loss, they may be unsure as to the best restoration for their needs. In many cases, full dentures are […]

Implants vs. Bridges: Know The Facts

Hello Austin visitors, welcome to The Hills Dental Spa. Let’s talk about a traditional tooth replacement option common in Austin: dental bridges. While dental bridges have restored smiles for generations of people, they are not without drawbacks. Many people with dental bridges find it impossible to keep the small areas around and under the bridge […]

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