Tatyana Haddock DDS
Making Beautiful Smiles Daily.
Dr. Tatyana Haddock was born and raised in St. Petersburg, Russia. She studied as a dental nurse for three years and then went on to study dentistry for four years. After her studies in 1991, she moved to the U.S. and attended UTHSC San Antonio Dental School, graduating Magna Cum Laude in 1999.
Our Austin dentist then began working in San Antonio before getting married and moving to Round Rock in 2006. She has worked in Austin ever since and in 2015 took over our dental practice.
Dr. Haddock has always had an affiliation with dentistry as both her Aunt and Uncle were dental students (which meant they always checked her teeth). Since pursuing dentistry, Dr. Haddock has enjoyed improving her patients’ lives by creating beautiful smiles. She strives to make each visit fun, enjoyable, and comfortable for every patient that visits our office.
Since acquiring our practice, Dr. Haddock has been very busy but still enjoys spending time with her husband, six dachshunds, and her cat. She practices yoga and continues to educate herself through online research.
‘‘She is an artist and an expert clinician. Her staff is remarkable and are well informed and helpful. I am so thrilled she is closer to Austin - great location now that Austin has become so busy. Great office with all the latest technology and she is incredibly gentle and a perfectionist."
Margaret K. (Actual Patient)
What Makes Dr. Haddock Unique?
Our Austin dentist is an expert in her field but first and foremost she is a person who strives to show compassion to everyone she meets.
Whether you need some help feeling relaxed or identifying your problem, Dr. Haddock is here to listen, assist, and guide you throughout your dental visit.
Prioritizing your comfort is very important to our caring doctor. In fact, she has carefully designed and equipped our office with at-home amenities and a tranquil atmosphere.
Dr. Haddock’s first port-of-call is to listen to concerns and clearly understand your motivation for visiting our practice. Clarifying your primary goals allows her to provide a higher standard of care and pinpoint where to begin.