If you're unable to locate your website on Google, it's possible that Google's indexing process may have missed it. In such cases, even if you have updated important SEO settings like the description, title, and keywords, they may not appear in search results. However, there's a solution: you can request Google to "re-index" your website's URL.
To do this, you can follow the step-by-step guide provided by Google at the following link: https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/6065812?hl=en. Once on the page, select the "Use the URL Inspection Tool" option from the available Crawl Request methods. Then, refer to the second point titled "URL Inspection Tool" for further instructions. This tool will help you request Google to re-evaluate and index your website, potentially improving its visibility in search results. Keep in mind that it may take some time for Google to process the re-indexing request.
You will have to log in with your Google account and then submit your URL. Google will instruct you to enter a text record in your domain registrar. And will crawl your site after the verification process.