Omni Dental Group combines the expertise of several highly-skilled general dentists and specialists. Together, they field concerns across the full spectrum of dentistry, from general cavity prevention and fillings to oral surgery, implants, cosmetic treatments, and pediatric dentistry, working side by side to provide the best dental care possible. The dental practice has been in business for more than 20 years, serving the residents of Austin.
Housed within an office space that was originally built to be a house, BJ Myers Cosmetic & Family Dentistry fully embraces the cozy, inviting spirit of its homespun setting. Dr. William Myers, Jr. and his team of hygienists and clinical assistants do everything they can to put patients at ease. Seven of the practice's treatment rooms feature overhead televisions and noise-canceling headphones, allowing visitors to relax and enjoy music or a movie while the team examines and cares for their teeth.
Additionally, Dr. Myers hopes to reassure patients by using the latest advancements in dental technology as he and his staff perform preventive, cosmetic, and reconstructive procedures. Digital x-ray systems provide a clearer look at structural issues beneath the gum line, and the office's CEREC technology rapidly produces ceramic fixtures onsite, so the team can more effectively treat signs of damage in a single visit. This combination of advanced technology and compassionate care allows Dr. Myers to protect his patients' smiles by preventing the spread of decay or disease, using crowns, implants, onlays, fillings, or veneers to conceal signs of damage?or applying in-office teeth-whitening treatments to leave incisors and molars as stain-free as the hand towels in dish-detergent commercials.
Cedar Park Jewelry owner George Poe has worked with fine jewelry for more than 30 years. He and his team of skilled jewelers craft custom pieces at his shop, located in the Railyard shopping center. They also meticulously perform services that range from resetting gems in rings to repairing watches for white rabbits that are late for very important dates. An aquarium and comfortable seating lend the shop a pleasant, inviting ambiance.
The moment Dr. Lisa Ochoa learned that "a person without teeth would lose an average of 10 years off their lifespan" was the moment she decided to become a dentist. Dr. Ochoa is one of Westlake Premier Dentistry's four dentists. Led by the clinic's chief dentist, Dr. Thomas Ince, Dr. Ochoa and her colleagues Drs. Chad Orlich and David Burden take an overall-wellness approach when treating their patients, stressing the importance of regular cleanings that aim to promote long-term health and minty-fresh exhalations.
While waiting to meet with one of the doctors, guests may sip on complimentary cups of coffee and tea. A children's video-game room occupies fidgety fingers, and an Internet café with WiFi entertains laptops that have come in to be straightened. Those visiting the homey dental office relax amid pale-yellow walls and treatment rooms with ceiling-mounted televisions.
Dr. Ahmad Ahmadian is not your average dentist. Prior to earning a degree in dentistry from the University of Texas Health Science Center, he was fabricating crowns and bridges from the comfort of his own dental laboratory. This experience instilled in him a love for high-quality prosthetics, which he now furnishes patients with from his post at Smile Gallery. Amid the yellow and green walls of the modern, 2,500-square-foot office, Dr. Ahmadian leads his staff in seamlessly restoring smiles with tooth-colored resins and natural-looking crowns. During any procedure, he seeks to keep clients informed about their dental health as well as all available treatment options and anticandy mantras.