Gum Disease

Serving Georgetown, Round Rock, and Austin, Texas

They’re your teeth… why not keep them?!

A lot has changed over the last 100 years in every aspect of our lives.   The Ford Model T was the state of the art and we had just won the war to end all wars.  The biggest crisis facing the world was Influenza and the life expectancy was still less than 50 years old!  When it comes to dental issues, floss was unheard of and toothbrushes were still made with animal hair but were as likely to not be used at all!

Implant or bridge? Which one is better?

As with most things in dentistry, the thing that is better for you as a patient is what fits your goals and needs and desires.  It isn’t up to the dentist to say that you should have this or do that… The dentist’s role should be to act as a guide or consultant and to provide you with the information necessary to make the decision that is best for you.

You can have your teeth back!

Dental implants have been a part of dentistry for hundreds of years, but there have been some huge steps that have been taken starting in the early 80s and culminated in incredible evolution and an absolute game changer for patients today!  While nothing in the body is 100%, there are a few things that are very important in creating the best success rate possible.  At Aesthetic Dentistry of Georgetown, we want to make sure we take the time to stack the deck in your favor!

Yes, we are that kind of dentist!

More and more often we have had people call and ask if we do regular dentistry, or if we could recommend a regular dentist.  A little confused because we are that kind of dentist, we ask questions.  It turns out that people hear about the amazing smiles we have helped patients create for themselves, or that we have walked with patients through the process of rebuilding their bite and then helping them to re-restore their mouths to one that fits and functions and looks amazing – the smile they had always wanted and also being freed of chronic head and neck pain.  Or, people who have can’t re

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