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The Benefits of Laser Dentistry

One of the latest trends in dental treatment for the 21st century, laser dentistry helps to minimize patient discomfort while enabling dental professionals to continue to offer the best in care. There are a few different types of laser dentistry systems available, along with different procedures that can be completed with lasers. Let’s take a […]

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Concussion Prevention Appliance

Are you sure you and your child have enough protection from sports injury? Suwanee Dental Care’s Dr. Bill Williams Is The First Certified Sports Dentist in the Southeastern region for The Maher Mouthguard. Robert Clyburn, shown above, a high school football player near Northwest Atlanta was the first student-athlete to receive a Maher Mouthguard in […]

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Lumineers Testimonials

Lumineers Testimonials

Below are testimonials from doctors, assistant, staff members, and most of all, patients who have received Lumineers. They discuss their experiences and their results. We recommend you read a few of these to give you an idea of the life-changing process Lumineers™ by Cerinate® can have on you. Or check out our cosmetic before-and-after photos. […]

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Position on Tongue Piercing

Having one’s tongue, lips or cheeks pierced and ornamented with jewelry might be hip and socially desirable, but those mouth adornments could produce undesirable results for the teeth and gums. According to the cover story in this month’s Journal of the American Dental Association (JADA), these undesirable results include increased risk for recessed gums, loose […]

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Dental Care Products

With so many products available and so much hype on what you should use to take the best care of your teeth, many people get confused. Hundred of millions of dollars are spent every single year by companies selling toothpaste, mouthwash, tooth brushes and over-the-counter tooth whitening products that it is impossible to separate the […]

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Crown and Bridge Post-Operative Instructions

Crown and Bridge Post-Operative Instructions

Here are post-operative instructions after crown and bridge appointments. If you have any questions or complications, please call our office immediately. Permanent Crowns Temporary crowns are utilized for about 3 and 1/2 weeks while the permanent crown is being customized for your tooth. The temporary protects the tooth and holds its position during the interim […]

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Neuromuscular Dentistry

Dr. Williams is the original neuromuscular dentist in Atlanta, having learned about its significance in the 1970′s, taught it in his dental seminars in the 1980′s, and having used it on a daily basis for the past 22 years. He lectured with: Myotronics, BioResearch, Napili, Pentegra, USDI, TMJ Framework & Framework Seminars, Quest, ICCMO in […]

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Lumineers Expand Choices in Cosmetic Dentistry

Lumineers™ by Cerinate® is a terrific cosmetic solution for permanently stained, chipped, discolored, misaligned teeth, or even to revitalize old crown and bridgework. As you might have guessed, Lumineers is a type of dental veneer. However, they are different in that Lumineers is a porcelain veneer that can be made as thin as a contact […]

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Laser Dentistry

Chances are that you or a family member may be considering laser dental treatment. Because Dr. Williams is interested in keeping up with the latest trends in treatment and minimizing discomfort, laser dentistry may be right for you. In this page you will find the latest information about the benefits of laser treatment and how […]

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Protect Your Smile With Fluoride

The topical application of fluoride has been investigated since the early 1940s. Numerous clinical studies have evaluated the cavity protection offered by topical application of specific fluoride products. Most of the early caries (cavities) studies involved the permanent teeth of children. The clinical results in studies involving adults, however, are positive; and the same protective […]

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