Family Tree Dental Group was founded in 2011 by brothers Drs. Chad and Shelby Denman to provide high quality dental care in a state-of-the-art environment with careful attention to detail and deep personal respect. Family Tree Dental Group helps maintain the oral health of patients of all ages and cares for all dental needs under one roof.
Chad and Shelby Denman identical twin brothers have practiced dentistry in Austin since 2006 and 2008, respectively, and opened the first Family.. Tree Dental location in 2011 on Burnet Road in Austin. They are excited to now share their family with the families of Round Rock. My brother and I want to change the way people see the dentist, said Dr. Chad Denman. We want them to be a part of our family. Were seeing patients of all ages from six months old and up. And just like your family, were concerned about the environment, so were a paper-free office. Its less waste, and its safer.
The Drs. Denman were featured in Dentaltown magazines February 2010 issue for the uniqueness of twin dentists operating together, but also because of their unique skill set. Were general dentists, but were experts in all areas of oral health, so theres no anxiety when a bigger problem pops up we take care of it all in our office. Surgeries, implants, sedation, cosmetics, Invisaline, pediatrics, special needs patients, emergencies weve got the experience and credentials to solve any oral health situation, said Dr. Shelby Denman.
The new office looks great, which is nice so you feel like you're in a comfortable environment. But really the big thing is that Dr. Denman knows what he's doing. He actually engages with patients and comes up with a treatment plan after listening to what we say - crazy concept, I know! I've never been to a general dentist like him before - he can handle pretty much any situation that comes up - even my wisdom teeth extractions. The other big thing is the price - they're way cheaper than my last dentist. Great quality, great price, friendly dentist, cool staff.
Posted: 2/29/2012 • Link to this review