ClearChoice Austin continues to closely follow all Centers for Disease and Control Prevention (CDC), American Dental Association (ADA), clinical, and local health orders and infection control guidelines regarding COVID safety.
ClearChoice Austin is taking enhanced measures to protect your health and provide a safe environment for your visit, and we continue to screen both patients and staff for signs of potential illness. Learn more about these increased measures here.
Oral health can have a significant impact on your overall health, so it’s important not to delay treatment. We look forward to addressing your dental issues and to putting you on a path that can improve your total wellness.
Dr. Ramon Hernandez began his dental education in Nicaragua, where he graduated as Doctor of Dental Surgery from Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Nicaragua in 2006. In 2008, after working as General Dentist in his home country, Dr. Hernandez was accepted in the specialty program in Oral Rehabilitation at the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Colombia. After graduating in 2010. Dr. Hernandez practiced as a specialist for several years and then decided to move to the US. He joined the Advance Specialty Program in Prosthodontics at Loma Linda University in California in 2017. Dr. Hernandez received his degree in Prosthodontics in 2020, and completed his research in dental implants restorations in 2021, earning a Master in Science in Dentistry degree.
In addition to being a key member of the team at ClearChoice Dental Implant Center in Austin, Texas, Dr. Hernandez has been a dentist since 2006 and a Prosthodontist since 2010. Dr. Hernandez has also been involved in academics since 2005. He served initially as a class assistant, lecturer, and then professor at both UNAN-Leon and Universidad Americana (UAM), located in Nicaragua. Topics that he taught include orthodontics, implants, complete and partial dentures, as well as integral clinics.
Dr. Hernandez is bilingual and one of his favorite hobbies includes scuba diving.
“Being able to give back my knowledge and skills to improve the life of my patients; to have learned and continue to do so from my mentors and my colleagues, and to contribute to the field, is not only an honor but also a joy in my life”