Meet the Doctors at our Westlake Office

Meet the Doctors at our Westlake Office

Aug 22, 2022

It’s a privilege for us to help our fellow Austinites achieve healthy smiles at our office on West Parmer Lane. Now we are excited to continue to help our community at our second location in Westlake.

We are thrilled to start this new chapter and look forward to providing great dental care for our patients in South Austin. Our experienced and knowledgeable dentists are ready to take excellent care of your teeth and help you feel great about your smile.

Here, we’ll tell you about our Westlake dentists and what they can do for you. If you want to receive the dental care that you need, call us at 512-263-8332 . Our team will be happy to help you!

Our dentists in South Austin

Meet Hoppy Lane, D.D.S.

Dr. Hoppy Lane joined Austin Dental in 2001. His positive energy, expertise, and dedication make him a one-of-a-kind dentist. He really loves connecting with his patients and helping them achieve their dental goals using the latest technology. One of the things he enjoys the most is cosmetic work because it allows him to help people smile again with confidence — and helping people feel great is one of his favorite things to do!

Education:

  • Texas Tech University: Undergraduate studies
  • University of Texas Health Science Center – San Antonio: D.D.S.
  • University of Texas Health Science Center – San Antonio: General Practice Residency (GPR)

His dental approach:
Dr. Lane believes that healthy smiles can make a huge difference in people’s lives. That’s why he strives to provide all his patients with excellent and complete dental care.

Dr. Hoppy Lane loves to stay up to date with the latest technological advancements to help his patients achieve the best results in the most efficient way possible. His passion for learning and improving his skills also allow him to treat a wide range of dental problems.

Beyond dentistry:
When he’s not helping his patients, Dr. Lane enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter. He loves music, meeting new people, and doing outdoor activities, like rock climbing.  

Meet Albert Olivares, D.D.S.

About Dr. Olivares:
With more than 20 years of experience, Dr. Albert Olivares really enjoys being a dentist — and it shows in the way he cares for his patients! He inspires his team and patients with his enthusiasm, and he always creates a positive atmosphere that helps everyone feel welcomed and relaxed.

For him, patients are more than just patients — they are part of the Austin Dental family. That’s why his favorite part of his job is building relationships with his patients.

Education:

  • Texas A&M: Undergraduate studies
  • University of Texas Health Science Center – San Antonio: D.D.S.
  • University of Texas Health Science Center – San Antonio: General Practice Residency (GPR)

His dental approach:
Dr. Olivares believes that a healthy, beautiful smile can help patients feel happier and more confident. Even minor changes can have a significant impact on people’s lives!

He knows that every patient is unique, that’s why he loves connecting with them, understanding their needs, and creating dental plans tailored to each of them.

Beyond dentistry:
Besides crafting smiles for his patients, Dr. Olivares enjoys hiking and spending time with his wife Destina and their three children.

We are ready to help you!

Whatever your dental need is, at Austin Dental in South Austin, we can help you get the dental care that you deserve. Our outstanding team at our Westlake office is here to provide you with the highest level of care and expertise.

We’ve designed our new office to maintain the patient-centered experience we’re known for and exceed your expectations. If you are looking for a new dental home where you feel welcomed and cared for, visit us at Austin Dental. Call: 512-263-8332 to learn more.

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