Widner & Alford OMS - Austin


1500 West 38th St.

Suite 51

Austin, TX 78731

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2 years ago
Professional and personable
I just had a procedure completed this morning (TMJ Arthrocentesis). At no point did I feel uncomfortable or fearful. The staff members are delightful, and Dr. Widner is optimistic, realistic about post-op expectations. I will steer anyone I know who suffers from jaw issues toward these fine folks. Thank you, Dr. Widner et al!
2 years ago
Fast and easy
Great service from these guys. I was in and out within 3 hours with 4 extractions. And so far so good. Highly recommend
2 years ago
New patient. Staff and Dr. Widner were very friendly and professional.
2 years ago
Wisdom teeth..
My daughter was quite anxious upon arrival..Every person we came in contact with was polite, professional and caring. The procedure went smoothly and my daughter was checked on by Dr. Widner at least 3 times before we left. I almost wish I still had my wisdom teeth so that they could remove them! Definitely recommend Dr. Widner and his staff!!!
2 years ago
Excellent Care Provided by Dr. Steve Widner
My experience with Dr. Steve Widner was excellent. A sports injury required removal of a front tooth, something I had put off for a number of years. When my dentist, Dr. David Tasch, suggested it might be time to have the tooth extracted, he recommended Dr. Widner. Dr. Widner and his staff are excellent. For those of you facing the daunting procedure of having a tooth extracted, a post inserted in your bone, then a new tooth made, know that I could not have asked for a better outcome. One of the factors that made my patient experience much better than it could have been is that Dr. Widner and Dr. Tasch are located in the same building and routinely work together with patients like me. When Dr. Widner pulled the tooth and inserted the post, I walked down the hall to Dr. Tasch who then provided the temporary tooth and crown. This type of dental work requires multiple visits to both doctors, so having doctors that work with one another turned out to be a bonus. Both offices coordinated my care the same way care is coordinated in a hospital. It was a blessing to have both doctors work well together. Dr. Steve Widner is someone I would eagerly recommend to friends and family.