Welcome to aesthetic dentistry of georgetown

SERVING GEORGETOWN, ROUND ROCK, AND AUSTIN, TEXAS

AESTHETIC DENTISTRY OF GEORGETOWN

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We serve quality conscious people whose disease & dysfunction caused them a loss of assurance and health.

We guide them through a transformation to a life of confidence, health, and wellness!

The Aesthetic Dentistry Difference

Since Dr. Holley opened the practice in 2005, Aesthetic Dentistry has been dedicated to a relationship-centered approach to the finest care available.  This means that while it is always the patient’s option, we must be aware of the most advanced care dentistry offers, and ensure that you have the opportunity to select the treatment that matches your dental goals and situation.  Your experience will be grounded in a ‘Whole Health’ approach, ensuring your awareness of your dental health as well as its impact on the rest of your body and quality of life.  Dr. Mayo, one of the founders of Mayo Clinics, stated that “a person with a healthy mouth lives an average of 10 years longer” and that is even more true today!

While the health of your teeth and gums is important, what is missing from most dental offices is the wide array of solutions to quality of life and health issues that can and should be screened for when in the dental office.  The combined experience of the doctors and team at Aesthetic Dentistry of Georgetown provide a wide range of family and Whole Health Dentistry solutions.

General Dentistry

Experienced general dentists, Drs. Holley, Dr. Brittney, and Duncan can help keep your teeth clean and beautiful while avoiding all of the serious health issues associated with gum disease and other oral health maladies.  Fortunately, our practice is more comprehensive than just general dentistry. For example, we help people suffering from temporomandibular joint disorder and the resulting chronic headaches and discomfort with TMJ testing and treatment. We can confirm your diagnosis, then help you finally get relief from the persistent pain associated with TMJ.

Having trouble sleeping? Is snoring a chronic issue? Do you find yourself worn out or exhausted during the day, despite what seemed to be a full night’s sleep? Your answers may be as simple as treatment for sleep apnea, which is a serious condition that should not be left untreated. The science has clearly shown that if you are snoring loud enough to wake someone up, you have a high risk of very serious, often life-threatening, sleep issues that we can help you to manage.