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14008 Shadow Glen Blvd STE 203
(512) 982-1272
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The Grove
4301 Bull Creek Suite 190
(512) 884-5658
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The Domain
11005 Burnet Road #100
(512) 646-0815
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Saltillo (East Austin)
901 E 5th St Suite 170
(512) 649-7510
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South Lamar
2717 South Lamar Blvd #1086
(512) 717-5315
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Parmer Park
1606 E Parmer Ln. Suite #125
(512) 572-0215
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Lantana Place
7415 SW Pkwy. Bldg 6 #200
(512) 648-6115
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Tzeachten Administration Offices & Community Centre
45855 Promontory Road Chilliwack, B.C. V2R 0H3
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6700 Alma Rd STE 400
(469) 663-0515
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45855 Promontory Road Chilliwack, B.C. V2R 0H3
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Dental Crowns & Bridges

Repair and strengthen damaged teeth at an Enamel Dentistry studio in Texas

Protect Damaged And Missing Teeth

Dental crowns cover up and protect damaged teeth. They are crafted from porcelain to look and feel like a natural tooth. Usually, crowns are required if you have a large cavity that can't be filled or if you've had a root canal. Bridges are used for lost teeth and are comprised of two dental crowns and a false tooth. It's designed to hold a crown in place and restore the function and beauty of your smile.

Dental Crowns & Bridges

Why It's Important To Get A Dental Crown Or A Bridge

Crowns Strengthen

Large cavities weaken teeth. A crown covers the tooth, giving it more support and strength to endure chewing and biting.

Crowns Protect

Fillings can make teeth brittle. A crown acts as a shield for the underlying tooth, protecting it from breaking and further decay.

Bridges Stop Shifting

Teeth drift into vacant spaces. A dental bridge fills the gap and prevents adjacent and opposing teeth from shifting.

Bridges Restore

Missing teeth creates challenges. Replacing lost teeth with a bridge restores eating and speech functions.

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We'll Have You Grinning From The Chin Up

Whatever dental procedure or treatment you need,
we'll make sure your time with us is comfortable, enjoyable and informative.

Whatever dental procedure or treatment you need, we'll make sure your time with us is comfortable, enjoyable and informative.

We're changing the way patients experience the dentist. Our primary concern is your oral health and making sure you feel comfortable coming to see us. We know it can be scary visiting the dentist. But our philosophy of providing an easy and fun experience combined with our use of advanced AI tools, we know you'll feel different about coming to see us.

We offer:

The best dental care
Fun, friendly and non-judgey staff
Honest and transparent treatment
Comfortable chairs
TV's for entertaining distractions
Financing options
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AI Technology That Doesn't Miss A Thing

We've invested in top-of-the-line tools and the latest technology to improve efficiency and patient care. No more goopy impressions! From AI and 3D printers to iTero for digital and diagnostic impressions, we're equipped with proven equipment to ensure that every procedure is comfortable, convenient and ensures an accurate fit. Combining technology and innovations with our highly professional and knowledgeable dental team enables us to deliver the best treatment outcomes consistently.

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Don't Let Finances Come Between You And A Beautiful Healthy Smile

We understand the frustration of needing dental care while feeling it may not be affordable. You shouldn't have to worry about paying for your oral health. That's why we have several options to help you easily finance your dental treatment.

3500+ rave reviews and counting

Enamel Dentistry Patients Are The Best

"I needed a crown. They were able to accommodate my schedule and completed the crown in one visit. No temporary crown needed."

Melissa H.

"The Dr. was meticulous and ensured that the crowns not only fit perfectly but also looked natural.


"I haven't gone to the dentist in a long while and was nervous/embarrassed about my teeth & gums, but my dentist made me feel extremely comfortable"

Vanessa M.

"Best dentistry in Austin. I love my gold crown. When I smile bright everything‘s all right."

John B.

"Great experience getting a crown. A crown fit for a princess! Literally no pain during or after."

Tersa C.

"I had an emergency crown issue and they got me in next day as a NEW patient. I was blown away by the care I received."

Rebecca C.

"I get so much anxiety about going to the dentist but this place made me feel right at ease as soon as I walked in."

Klaudia V.

"Dr. Wylie is by far the best dentist I’ve ever had. I’ve been going to her for over 5 years now and she has done veneers, crowns, and other work and it’s all been great."

Michael A.

"There's nothing more I dislike then going to the dentist and having people mess with my mouth BUT I genuinely enjoyed Enamel Dentistry from the second I walked in."

Sierra E.

"If you’re looking for a modern, fun, and comfortable place to get your smile checked up — I suggest giving Enamel Dentistry a try."

Hector A.

The More You Know,
The Better Your Oral Health Will Be

The Health Benefits of Regular Dental CareA Dental Room at the Best Dentist in McKinney

The Health Benefits of Regular Dental Care

December 15, 2020

You’ve probably heard it time and time again: brushing your teeth, flossing, and regular dental exams are important. While we can all appreciate having a beautiful smile, it’s often easy to overlook the health benefits of preventive dental care.

The health benefits of going to the dentist regularly go deeper than just making sure your teeth stay in good condition. We’re learning more all the time about how dental issues (like gum disease) can affect your overall health and lead to more serious health problems. That’s why regular dental visits and a  good oral hygiene routine at home are so very important!

Six-Month Check-Ups Are Essential

Six-month check-ups give your dentist a chance to keep an eye on your gum and teeth health, which allows any developing issues to be caught early on. A small cavity is easy to fix but if it’s not addressed for many years, it can develop into severe tooth decay or even lead to infection. If a tooth is too badly infected, it may need extraction. It’s much easier to take care of a cavity as soon as it develops – and it can save you money in the long run if you don’t need more extensive procedures. We also do oral cancer screenings at every six-month check-up. Without regular dental appointments, oral cancer is very difficult to detect until it’s reached stage III or IV. By then, it’s already made its way through the body. 

Don’t Forget Teeth Cleaning, Fluoride Treatments, or Dental Sealants!

Regular cleanings are important because they remove tartar, plus any plaque that your toothbrush and floss might have missed. While your teeth are being cleaned, our hygienists can look for anything concerning, like cavities or signs of gingivitis (gum disease). Fluoride treatments are also helpful because they remineralize your teeth, which prevents soft spots in the enamel that can turn into cavities. Likewise, dental sealants protect your molars (which are particularly vulnerable to cavities) from things like bacteria, acids, and food particles. 

Keep Your Smile Strong and Healthy at Enamel Dentistry

At Enamel Dentistry, we want our patients to have a lifetime of strong, healthy smiles, which is why preventive dental care is at the heart of what we do. Our dental office serves all of Austin, providing complete dental care for children and adults. Contact us online or visit us at our South Lamar, Parmer Park, Lantana Place, Saltillo location. We also have a fifth location at the Domain opening soon! 

Why Does Flossing Matter?A Dental Room at the Best Dentist in McKinney

Why Does Flossing Matter?

October 14, 2022

How many times have you gone to the dentist and lied about how much you floss? It’s OK; you’re not alone! Many patients don’t really enjoy flossing. We have a theory that in part, it’s because flossing doesn’t have any noticeable direct benefit—unlike exercise, eating healthy, or even brushing your teeth. However, there are plenty of benefits to be had from regular flossing; the first is that patients who floss regularly have very few dental issues. Keep reading to find out more about flossing and why it’s so important to your oral health.

The Benefits of Flossing Regularly

  • Teeth & Gum Health

Brushing your teeth is great for preventing tooth decay because it scrubs away food, plaque, and bacteria sitting on your teeth’s enamel. However, toothbrushes can only do so much; they can’t reach the tight spaces between your teeth and along the gum line—but floss can! Flossing daily helps your teeth and gums stay healthy and reduces your risk of developing cavities and gum disease.

  • Fresher Breath

Brushing your teeth with minty-fresh toothpaste will help your breath—but only for so long if you have food and tarter between your teeth. Food trapped between your teeth can start to decay and cause a foul odor, but tartar is one of the main culprits of halitosis (aka chronic bad breath). Flossing removes food particles and plaque before it can become odor-causing tarter.

  • Flossing Can Help Prevent Heart Disease

Studies have shown that patients with gum disease are almost twice as likely to have heart disease as those without gum disease. Why? When you have gingivitis or forms of gum disease, it allows bacteria to enter the bloodstream, where it can make its way to the heart. If you floss regularly, it helps protect your teeth, gums, AND your heart! What’s not to love?

  • A Brighter, More Confident Smile

Plaque and tartar have a yellowy appearance, which can affect the overall appearance of your smile. Flossing regularly will help remove plaque, prevent tartar buildup, and remove food trapped between your teeth for a brighter, whiter smile you can flash with confidence.

What Happens if You Don’t Floss?

If you don’t floss, it allows plaque and bacteria to accumulate in your mouth. Bacteria can lead to cavities and tooth decay over time, but gingivitis (gum inflammation) can develop much more quickly.

If gingivitis gets worse, it can develop into periodontal disease, which causes bone loss and eventually tooth loss. Plaque that’s allowed to sit for too long becomes calcified and turns into tartar, which makes it more difficult for you to brush and floss thoroughly; even worse, tartar that sits above the gum line has bacteria in it that can irritate and damage your gums.

The bottom line is no matter how often you brush or how long you brush, there are areas around your teeth and gums that a toothbrush just can’t reach. Flossing helps you reach every nook and cranny, dislodging food, plaque, and bacteria that you wouldn’t be able to remove otherwise.

For the cleanest, healthiest smile, you should aim for flossing at least once a day. If your gums bleed while flossing, don’t worry! This is just a sign that you need to floss more frequently. The more you floss, the less your gums will bleed. We know it doesn’t feel like the most glamorous activity, but trust us—your teeth and gums will thank you!

If you have questions about your oral health or proper flossing technique, contact an Enamel Dentistry near you. Our team is always happy to help you find the best ways to care for your smile!

Over the Counter Vs. Professional Teeth Whitening: Which Is Better?A Dental Room at the Best Dentist in McKinney

Over the Counter Vs. Professional Teeth Whitening: Which Is Better?

November 16, 2022

Stroll through any drug store, and you’ll find numerous over-the-counter (OTC) teeth whitening products. How do these differ from what’s used at the dentist’s office—and which is better? Isn’t it just easier to whiten your teeth at home?

The Main Difference Between OTC and Professional Teeth Whitening

There are many types of OTC teeth whitening products available, including strips, gels, toothpaste, and bleach kits. While some of these products are pretty good, they all have a much lower concentration of the whitening agent than what’s used at the dentist’s office. You’ll also be applying it to your teeth over a shorter period of time. Essentially, you’ll see less of a change in the appearance of your smile, and it will take much longer.

At Enamel Dentistry, we use a higher-concentrated bleaching gel, which allows us to whiten your teeth by 5-10 shades in a single office visit. It’s much more effective than OTC whiteners! OTC bleaching gels can cause sensitivity and discomfort; we use custom trays and monitor you the entire time to make sure you have a comfortable experience throughout the entire process.

In addition, some OTC whitening products contain charcoal or other substances that can damage your enamel!

What About Convenience?

OTC whiteners are certainly convenient—you just need to grab one off the shelf and use it at home. Believe it or not, professional teeth cleaning can be just as convenient! At Enamel Dentistry, you don’t have to sit in the dentist’s chair to get a whiter, brighter smile. Although that’s certainly an option, we also offer custom take-home whitening kits. While still more effective than OTC products, they’re designed to give you gentler, more gradual treatment than what you’d get with our in-office whitening. This is perfect for patients who’d like a more natural whitening process or don’t have the time for in-office appointments.

Want to learn more about our professional teeth whitening or schedule an appointment? Contact your closest Enamel Dentistry location today!

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