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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Tooth-Friendly Holiday Foods

If we told you that many of the foods we enjoy around the holidays aren’t good for our teeth and gums, you probably wouldn’t be surprised. Some of the worst culprits are foods loaded with sugar – pies, cookies, cakes and candy, for example. And when it comes to candy,

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How Dental Veneers Can Change Your Life

Researchers have conducted many studies over the past few years showing that a beautiful smile can make you feel more self-confident and self-assured. But that’s only the tip of the iceberg. Not only can an attractive smile improve how you view yourself – it can also make a difference in

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Dentistry and a Good Night’s Sleep

Numerous studies conducted over the past several years have shown that a good night’s sleep is crucial to our health and well-being. So if you’re not sleeping as well as you could be, it’s important to seek help. But the source of that help may come as a surprise. As

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Welcoming Dr. Tiffany Kondoff to our Team!

We have the most incredible dental news ever! Please join us in welcoming Dr. Tiffany Kondoff to our Team! As our Patients know, Cedar Park Premier Dentistry is not just any dental office. It is the best! Not only do you get extraordinary dental care, you get to associate with

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Common Symptoms of Dental Problems

All of us experience unusual physical symptoms from time to time, and that includes issues involving our teeth and gums. While it’s true that you should avoid calling the dentist every time you experience a slight bit of discomfort or sensitivity, you also should not hesitate to contact your dentist

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