Your safety is our utmost priority, so we will be closing the office due to COVID-19 (corona virus) . All appointments between 03/16/2020 and 03/27/2020 will need to be rescheduled, and we anticipate appointments to resume on 03/30/2020. We will keep our Patients informed with email and social media posts. Please check back often.

We apologize for this inconvenience to you and our Community. Please call us at 512-782-0821 to reschedule your appointment. We will make every effort to accommodate your preferred date and time.

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The Difference Between Snoring and Sleep Apnea

Most of us snore from time to time. But if your snoring is abnormally loud, you might be suffering from sleep apnea. While snoring may be annoying, sleep apnea is a serious condition that should be treated by a healthcare professional. As opposed to people who simply snore, patients with

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TMJ Disorder Symptoms and Treatments

The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is located where your upper jaw and lower jaw connect. Problems with this joint range from mild to severe. An estimated 12% of people in the US experience some type of problem with the TMJ at some point during the course of their lifetimes. Women have

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Good Reasons to Replace Metal Fillings

For many years, dentists had only one material to use for fillings – silver amalgam. This metal, although very strong and durable, does have some drawbacks. That’s why so many dental patients are choosing to have these old metal fillings replaced with one of the more modern filling materials, such

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Welcome the New Year with a Smile Makeover!

How would you like to start the New Year with a makeover? We’re not talking about a new outfit or a different haircut. We’re talking about something much more important than that – your smile! Many dentists now offer what they call a “smile makeover,” and it can make a

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Deciding Whether or Not to Replace Metal Fillings

For many, many years, dental patients had only one choice when it came to dental filling material: silver amalgam. This extremely strong and durable material works well since it typically lasts for many years and holds up under the extreme pressure placed on a filling by chewing food. But there

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