Are you looking for high-quality dentistry in Georgetown, TX? If so, look no further than 4405 Dental Studio. Dr. Andrew Edmonds has a keen eye for aesthetics and a suite of advanced technology at his fingertips. He offers a full range of general and cosmetic dental services for the entire family, with an unwavering dedication to quality patient care.
We are your one-stop solution to quality care for the whole family. Of course, we offer teeth cleaning, diagnostics, fillings, crowns, dentures, bridges, and other general dental services, but that is not all. We also provide artisan quality smile makeovers, sleep apnea appliances, Invisalign orthodontics, dental implants, and much more. Nitrous oxide (laughing gas) and oral sedation are available for patients who need a little help relaxing during dental visits.
Do you want to enjoy exceptional oral health and an amazing smile that you can show off with pride? Just give us a call and schedule an in-person appointment or click the virtual consultation link to get started.
Smiles matter, probably more than we realize. Dr. Edmonds' passion for enhancing smiles brings you the best in modern dentistry.Learn More
Comprehensive cosmetic and restorative dental treatments with individualized care for your entire family.Learn More
Replacing missing teeth with implants brings your mouth back to full function and well-being. Dr. Edmonds has solutions for every scenario.Learn More
Our comprehensive list of dental services and individual care is the standard you have been looking for.
Keeping a regular preventative maintenance schedule with your hygienist and Dr. Andrew Edmonds helps you prevent not only tooth decay and periodontal disease but also avoid costly procedures and extra time in the hygiene chair.Learn More
Smiles matter, probably more than we realize. Volumes of research confirm the influential role of smiles in our relationships and our self-esteem. If you're confident, you smile more. If you smile more, you feel more confident.Learn More
Not many years ago, losing a tooth left you with few options for replacement. While permanent teeth should provide a lifetime of function, it doesn't always end up that way. They may be lost from an accident, decay, or gum disease.Learn More