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Your Restorative Dentist in Austin, TX, and Surrounding Areas

William G. Kaylakie, D.M.D., MS – Welcome to Our Practice

Our team welcomes you to our dental practice! We are pleased to be your resource for beautiful and effective dental restorations and cosmetic treatments. We combine state-of-the-art technology with our passion for individualized treatment to provide exceptional services for each of our patients. Whether you are interested in dentures, veneers, implants, or TMJ treatment, we have you covered! We cordially invite you to contact us today to learn more about us and to schedule your next appointment with our experienced dentist in Austin, Texas. We also welcome our friends from nearby Cedar Park, Round Rock, Georgetown, Leander, Lago Vista, Pflugerville, and San Marcos, Texas!

Dedicated To Your Comfort

At our practice, your comfort, your health, and your smile are our #1 priorities! We are happy to accommodate your unique needs.

Meet Our Doctor

  • William G. Kaylakie, DMD, MS

    Dr. Kaylakie attended dental school at Fairleigh Dickinson University, Hackensack, New Jersey. He served nine and a half years in the United States Air Forces. His prosthodontics specialty residency was at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio. This was completed in 1981 with a post-doctoral master’s degree in Prosthodontics and Biomaterials. Dr. Kaylakie was then stationed at Bergstrom Air Force Base and moved to Austin, Texas.

Testimonials

What Our Clients Say About Us

  • "Felt very safe with the precautions and safety procedures in place. The hygienist is friendly and good at what she does. I’ve been seeing Dr. Kaylakie for many years and he is great about adjusting the mouthpiece he made tor me. I appreciate that he doesn’t suggest things that aren't needed. Highly recommend this dental practice!"
    Jeni R.
  • "I have been going to Dr Kaylakie for many years and will continue to do so since he is a Restorative dentist with utmost integrity. I have never felt that he has made any recommendations that were not completely appropriate. He is conservative with regard to his management of my needs and informative when I ask questions . The aesthetics that he demands from his lab as well as himself are at a very high level . I’m extremely pleased with his care and can heartily recommend him to anyone who needs Restorative dentistry."
    David F.
  • "I have been going there for 15 years... with major reconstruction in the beginning and since been taken care of at the highest level of care, professionalism and prevention. The staff is so nice, understanding, and caring. Dr. Kaylakie is very gentile in some circumstances that might be uncomfortable and always willing to keep taking an extra look to make sure everything is okay. It is stabilizing force within dentistry that is complicated, challenging or the good part to the final stages of just maintaining with regular cleanings. In this crazy medical world, this office is THE BEST."
    Carla C.

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William G. Kaylakie, DMD, MS

Monday:

8:00 am-4:30 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-4:30 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-4:30 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-4:30 pm

Friday:

Closed

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

URGENT ALERT: Governor Abbott Announces Plans to Reopen Texas’ Dental Practices

April 27, 2020

Today, Governor Abbott announced much anticipated plans to safely reopen Texas’ dental practices. Specifically, the Governor’s plans permit dental practices to open on Friday, May 1, 2020.

It is important to note that the Governor’s plans, specifically Executive Order 19, permit the Texas State Board of Dental Examiners (TSBDE) to promulgate “emergency rules” to dictate “minimum standards for safe practice.”

We anticipate the TSBDE will meet soon to discuss emergency rules and potential limitations on dental practices and procedures. The TDA will represent the membership at this meeting and advocate for the full opening of Texas dental practices. The TDA will provide the membership with an update as soon as an update is available.

The TDA respectfully but aggressively advocated for safely reopening Texas dental practices so patients may safely receive the care they need. Your TDA team worked directly with the Governor, his top executives, top members of the Strike Force team, lawmakers, lawmakers’ staff, and many others to accomplish this important goal (see example). Your team did so with determination and a sense of urgency.

Governor Abbott’s plans do not force dental practices to reopen. Dentists are the head of the dental team and must exercise independent professional judgement when deciding whether to safely reopen. This decision should include strict adherence to requirements regarding personal protective equipment and implementation of COVID-19 workplace safety guidelines to operate safely while protecting the health of patients, dentists, and dental team members.

Review TDA’s reopening guidelines and the ADA’s interim return to work toolkit.

As we enter this new phase together, TDA continues to focus on you, the member dentist, and your patients. Safety is an absolute priority with everything TDA has pursued and everything we will continue to pursue.

The TDA also continues to represent you and your patients. Now more than ever this is a time to come together, work together, and to get back to what we do best which is to care for Texas dental patients and change their lives. Let’s get back to caring for Texans and let’s do it together.

If the TDA can assist you in any way, we are proud to do so. Reach out to us and we will do all we can to help. Email us at [email protected].

Thank you for your being a valuable member of organized dentistry.