Mon-Thurs : 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM

New Patients: 512-806-0506
Current Patients: 512-863-6888
3613 Williams Dr., Building 10, Suite 1001 Georgetown, TX 78628
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Beautiful, Comfortable, & Natural
Dental Care Tailored Just For You
Eco-friendly, High Quality, Convenient
We Strive To Provide The Best Care Possible

Welcome to Trade Winds Dental!

Beautiful, Natural, Comfortable Dental Care in Georgetown TX

When it comes to a dental practice you can trust, you should expect a comfortable environment, a doctor and staff who you can trust, and the right treatments to help you maintain good dental health. At Trade Winds Dental, our team works hard to provide you with the comfortable, honest, and complete dental care that you deserve.

Since 1991, Trade Winds Dental has provided personalized and professional dental care to the Georgetown, Round Rock, and Sun City, TX area. We maintain a relaxing, professional, patient-focused environment, where you and your family will be treated with respect and integrity. We are interested in getting to know you, so that we can provide the best care for your unique dental needs.

The services offered at Trade Winds Dental include:

  • General and restorative dental services
  • Cosmetic dentistry
  • Non-surgical periodontal treatment
  • All-on-4® implant-supported dentures
  • Sedation dentistry
  • TMJ & Occlusal Disease
  • Invisalign® clear aligners

There has never been a better time for you to take the next step toward a healthier, brighter smile. Contact our GreenDOC™ Gold certified Georgetown dental office to set up a complimentary consultation. We look forward to seeing you smile!

Dr. Winegar is a member of the Academy of General Dentistry, the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, and he has qualified for fellowship status in the International Congress of Oral Implantology.

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