- About Us
- Patient Resources
- Media Gallery
- Contact Us
I started going to this dentist in 2006 after seeing Dr Lessner since 1999 because I moved.
The office environment is professional and the staff is attentive. The dentist, whose name slips my memory right now, is friendly and shows interest in his patients. I’m really impressed with the patient focus and care I’ve received.
It’s hard to find a good dentist, so I’m sticking with this office although I’m in Wells Branch.
Dr. Bruce Silva is the primary dentist in this office. There is a listing for him on Yelp as well.
The dental assistants are truly amazing here. They are friendly and talkative but not at all annoying. The dental hygienist told me things about cleaning my teeth that I never knew after 27 years of life. I felt like such a nerd for about a week after telling people how to correctly floss their teeth.
Dr. Silva has this magical way of giving shots that make you not feel them at all…he was giggling my cheek a little as he went to give the shot. Amazing! I will definitely keep coming back here.
I initially had an emergency and was referred to this office by a colleague. I was very pleased with my experience. I was given an appointment the same day. Dr. Silva was very gentle and thorough in my exam and explained to me in detail the nature and cause for my problem. In the end, I needed a root canal. I am usually an apprehensive patient and his assistant was very friendly and calming. I have since returned to this office for my regular check up and cleaning. The hygienist was as thorough and friendly as the doctor. My experience overall with everyone on his staff has been positive. I would highly recommend Dr. silva to anyone in need of a Dentist.
I also reviewed this directly under Dr. Silva…
I hate to admit it, but I had not seen a dentist in 20+ years when I was first referred to Dr. Silva in 2012 by my wife. I thank my parents for their good genetics for getting me through that long lapse in dental care, and am thrilled with what Dr. Silva has done to get me “back on track” these past few years.
I did see the “old office” on one of my wife’s visits (which some reviewers have mentioned as a negative), but my first appointment was at the new office. It is really nice, modern, state of the art, and conveniently located on the 35-access road. I should also mention that I am so comfortable with Dr. Silva’s practice, I make the one hour drive from San Antonio twice a year.
The front desk staff, insurance people, hygienists and Dr. Silva are all very friendly and professional.
Dr. Silva and the hygienist explained my procedures, treatments, and preventative care very well – I am the type that likes all the details and Dr. Silva seemed willing to go in to depth with me and not rush through the visit. My exam was as thorough as I have ever received. I thought it was funny that one reviewer criticized Dr. Silva for a lengthy exam (not a wait), because to me, this is the kind of time I want my health professionals to take. Getting in and out of the dentist over lunch would actually make me skeptical about the care I was getting.
I have a wisdom tooth that is at a bit of an angle, which Dr. Silva explained was causing some gum recession due to it trapping food. I was impressed that as an alternative to an expensive tooth extraction, Dr. Silva suggested an alternative orthodontic procedure to try to right the tooth (which I started under insurance in January, and the orthodontist told me last week that it is progressing much faster than planned).
Lastly, I found the front office, the follow-up scheduling, and the courtesy phone call reminders also very nice.
I’m extremely pleased with Dr. Silva and his staff at Austin Premiere and intend to return as recommended. I would refer them in a heartbeat.
My dentist closed her practice which sent me shopping for a new one. I compared local “in network” dentists with Yelp reviews and selected Dr. Silva at Austin Premier Dental.
First visit was today. They moved to new offices recently which are top notch. Disregard prior reviews about this. All other facets were very good as well. Intake / front desk staff, insurance handling, modern equipment, x-ray tech and Dr. Silva…who gave me as thorough an exam and explanation as I have ever received. Front desk exit briefing, follow-up scheduling and paperwork was also very good.
All very friendly and professional.
I’m pleased and intend to return as recommended. I also plan to refer someone.
The professional staff at Austin Premier Dental are seasoned dental professionals who are warm, friendly and sincere in providing the best comfort and care to all their current and prospective patients.
Austin Premier Dental combines state-of-the-art technology with time-honored methods of care and compassion to provide the highest quality dental care in Austin. Our modern and comfortable office is equipped with the all the latest amenities and dental health care technology.
Dr. Bruce Silva is committed to doing his part for the environment. In fact, all of us at Austin Premier Dental are passionate about ‘green’ dental practices, not just because they are good for the environment, but more importantly, because they are good for you!
Brushing only cleans about 25% of your mouth. In order to clean the remainder of it, you need to floss and use mouthwash as well. Since there are so many mouthwashes to choose from, it can make the decision about which one is best for you a little tough. We’re here to tell you how […]…more »
Veneers are a form of cosmetic dentistry used to increase the appearance of your front teeth. They are a good alternative to crowns in many situations. If you are unhappy with your smile or have chipped and broken teeth, you could be a candidate for veneers. You may also be a candidate for veneers if […]…more »
What is a filling? A filling helps to restore a damaged tooth back to normal. When a dentist gives you a filling, the dentist will remove the decayed portion of the tooth, cleans it, and then fills that space with filling material. Fillings assist in preventing further decay to the tooth. Figuring out what […]…more »