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Local Office Reviews

(512) 942-6076
4506 Williams Drive
Georgetown, TX 78633

Monday

8:00AM – 5:00PM

Tuesday

8:00AM – 5:00PM

Wednesday

8:00AM – 5:00PM

Thursday

8:00AM – 5:00PM

Friday

7:00AM – 3:00PM

Saturday

CLOSED

Sunday

CLOSED
(512) 942-6076
4506 Williams Drive
Georgetown, TX 78633

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Monday

8:00AM – 5:00PM

Tuesday

8:00AM – 5:00PM

Wednesday

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Thursday

8:00AM – 5:00PM

Friday

7:00AM – 3:00PM

Saturday

CLOSED

Sunday

CLOSED
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Actual Patient Reviews

Mary Allen on Google
1 month ago
As always a pleasure at this office. The Doctor and staff are always knowledgeable and friendly. I would recommend them to everyone. I used to hate going to the dentist but not anymore. Give them a try if your looking for a new dentist. Can’t say enough great things about them.

Robin Fiedler on Google
1 month ago
I was referred to this oral surgeon since I needed to have my wisdom teeth on my right side taken out. All the ladies up front were incredibly nice and made me feel welcome. The technician helping the doctor was very friendly and also made sure I was comfortable. I was fully numb (and when I did feel something, the doctor immediately gave me some more numbing agent) and the gas helped me feel like I was safe from my anxiety. I have minimal pain, in fact I’m more sore than anything. THANK YOU SO MUCH for helping me, making me feel comfortable, and working through these crazy times. Definitely recommended, especially if you are anxious when going to the dentist.

Deanna Davis on Google
2 months ago
I had a fantastic experience! From making my appointment forward, I was completely pleased. Dr. Foster and the staff were awesome!

Allen Naff on Google
2 months ago
Appointment a little late but that is due to COVID protocols. Tamy is an awesome hygienist. Had to get a small filling in addition to regular cleaning and they had me out in a very short period of time. Always a positive experience.

Mike DeVito on Google
3 months ago
Awesome experience. Been having tooth pain for 4 months, but anywhere I went told me they would not do an extraction without me doing the IV sedation. I was not comfortable with that and felt it was not necessary to have a tooth pulled, not to mention expensive. These guys saw me at 9am on a friday, told me my 2 bottom wisdom teeth should come out, and that I had the choice to do sedation or just local anesthesia. They sent me to the Georgetown office, set me up for a 2pm appointment. Then called becuase they had a opening so I went straight there, they made me super comfortable, explained everything and got both teeth pulled with no sedation, no pain at all. Gave me great post op instructions, pain meds, antibiotics, etc. All good, no issues and saved me like $600 bucks. So worth it.

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