Dr. Shirley Tharwat Hamamcy D.M.D., Dentist
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Dr. Shirley Tharwat Hamamcy D.M.D.

Dentist | General Practice

15534 Ranch Rd 620 N 300 Austin TX, 78717

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Dr. Shirley Hamamcy is a Dentist practicing in Austin, TX. Dr. Hamamcy specializes in preventing, diagnosing, and treating diseases and conditions associated with the mouth and overall dental health. Dentists are trained to carry out such treatment as professional cleaning, restorative, prosthodontic, and endodontic procedures, and performing examinations, among many others.

Education and Training

DMD 0

University of Connecticut DMD 0

Provider Details

Female English, Spanish, Hindi, Urdu
Dr. Shirley Tharwat Hamamcy D.M.D.
Dr. Shirley Tharwat Hamamcy D.M.D.'s Expert Contributions
  • Is teething delay in children normal?

    My daughter is 9 months old and she has not started teething either. Yes, it is completely normal READ MORE

  • What can be done for chipped tooth?

    You can discuss it with your dentist. Sometimes a small filling could fix it but there is no guarantee that it will last longer. Most of time, it will need a crown if it's bigger in size READ MORE

  • Does a charcoal toothpaste really work?

    No it does not. The science behind this is abrasion. It kinds of takes layer off of your teeth. So, I would not recommend this. READ MORE

  • What can I do about my sensitive teeth?

    You can start by using any of the options available for anti-sensitivity toothpastes. Take a small amount on tooth brush, then spit don't rinse away the residue. It sounds gross but it is important for that residue to actually block the open pores that cause sensitivity. READ MORE

  • Do I need braces to get rid of the gap in my teeth?

    It really depends on the case. But there are so many other ways to close the gap such as Veneers and white fillings as well. You should see your dentist which option works best for you READ MORE

  • I have a pain coming from my back tooth. What should I do?

    Hi, There could be a number of reasons for this tooth ache. It could be wisdom tooth pain or originating from another tooth which is potentially infected. There could be so many other reasons causing that tooth pain. You need to see your dentist immediately to address that pain. Delaying your dental treatment can lead to more painful outcomes and further treatment could be more expensive. Thanks. READ MORE

  • Can you suggest some way to reduce sensitivity?

    You can use one of the various anti-sensitivity tooth pastes like Sensodyne/Colgate or Crest. Try brushing with this tooth-paste and spit but do not rinse your mouth after that. It might be a hard habit to break but makes a considerable difference. If that doesn't help, contact your dentist. READ MORE

  • Is oil pulling ever recommended by dentists?

    There is not a considerable research which would support oil pulling. So, as a dentist, I will not recommend it unless there is a considerable evidence for support in future. READ MORE

  • For small kids how frequent should dentist visits be?

    You should take your kids for their first dental exam as soon as 6 months of age. After that, they should be seen every 4 months to access proper jaw growth and teeth until they are 3 years old. After kids reach 3 years of age, parents should bring them for regular 6 month visits. READ MORE

  • How should I maintain my gum health?

    As long as you are brushing right way, your daily brushing routine is good. You need to floss more often though. Flossing is recommended once a day. So, you need to improve that. Start with 2 days a week then 3 and gradually make a habit of doing it once daily. READ MORE

  • What should I do for my chipped tooth?

    You should see a dentist immediately. Depending on the area, dentist can put a tooth colored filling or a crown on it. READ MORE

  • Does switching toothpaste matter?

    No it doesn't really matter unless it is a prescription toothpaste by your dentist. You can use any ADA approved toothpaste. READ MORE

  • Can novocaine be used during cleanings?

    Yes it is absolutely your choice. We can use local anesthesia to make cleanings more comfortable for you. READ MORE

  • Do fillings need to be replaced?

    It really depends on the case. Sometimes fillings could be re-polished to remove stains. There could be many other reasons that fillings need to be replaced. If you think it is just staining that is bothering you then you need to discuss it with your dentist. READ MORE

  • Is higher or lower pressure better with water flossers?

    Neither, water flossers don't work for most people. There are only a few people they work well for. If you are using a regular floss, your are doing a great job already. READ MORE

  • What is the reason behind tooth sensitivity?

    It is not necessarily a root canal. There could be multiple reasons behind tooth sensitivity including but not limited to: Worn tooth enamel, Tooth erosion due to highly acidic foods and beverages, Tooth decay, worn leaky fillings and broken teeth, Gum recession, Grinding your teeth at night or it could be Post dental treatment sensitivity especially with procedures such as crowns, fillings and tooth bleaching. You need to see a dentist to find actual reason behind yours. READ MORE

  • Do root canals happen more often as you age?

    A root canal can happen at any age. It is primarily dictated by decay and the amount of dental work on one tooth. Whether young or old, if tooth decay gets close to the pulp complex, irreversible pulpitis can occur. Softer diets including more refined carbs/sugars can increase caries. This is seen in all age groups. READ MORE

  • Is chewing gum often bad for your teeth?

    No it is not. It is actually a good habit to develop. Keep doing good work. You can have one after meals. READ MORE

  • Do dentists offer services to the uninsured?

    Yes, absolutely. Dentists see all kinds of patients. Our office also offer payment plans. I cannot say about all dentists in general. READ MORE

  • Front tooth cavity

    Yes, the more permanent solution would be to get a veneer instead. READ MORE

Areas of expertise and specialization

Cosmetic dentistry, Fillings, Extractions, Dentures, Root Canals, Implants, Orthodontics and Pediatric Dentistry

Professional Memberships

  • Academy of General Dentistry  

Dr. Shirley Tharwat Hamamcy D.M.D.'s Practice location

Brushy Creek Dentistry

15534 Ranch Rd 620 N 300 -
Austin, TX 78717
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Practice At 500 W William Cannon Dr Suite 438a

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