Over 35 years in comprehensive family dentistry with special emphasis on cosmetic makeovers, sedation, implant dentistry, orthodontics, neuromuscular reconstruction, wellnes and laser dentistry. Dr. Williams is a Master of the Academy of General Dentistry and a Master of the International College of Craniomandibular Orthopedics. He is the team dentist for the Gwinnett Gladiators, spends weeks each year on dental missions to Kenya and Honduras. Suwanee Dental Care and its four dentists have been chosen BEST of GWINNETT for the past 8 years and in 2005 Dr. Williams was voted the Small Business Person of the Year in Gwinnett County.Suwanee Dental Care has been named a Center For Dental Medicine in 2009 and was a top 3 finalist for the Technology Association of Georgia's Excaliber Award. In 2007, Dr. Williams was the recipient of the Christian Dental Society's Ron Lamb Award honoring the premier dental missions dentist in North America.Dr. Melissa Kremer and Dr. Chad Schalk are also Dr Williams partners at Suwanee Dental Care and have between them 15 years of dental experience. No matter which dentist you see at Suwanee Dental, you'll be pleased and have be inspired to tell your friends about your perfect experience.
Mastership In I.C.C.M.O. And The A.G.D.
Dr. Bill Williams has been awarded Mastership in the International College of Craniomandibular Orthopedics Mastership in the Academy of General Dentistry Associate Fellowship in the International College of Oral Implantology Voted Best of Gwinnett in 2003 and 2004: Suwanee Dental Care Voted Small Business Person of the Year in Gwinnett County in 2005 by the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce
Dental Mission Director
Dr. Bill Williams is a director of Kenya Medical Outreach, Inc. and along with his wife, Sheila, leads medical, dental, construction and evangelical teams to Kenya and Honduras each year. Physicians, dentists, pharmacists, medical and dental students, nurses, hygienists, dental assistants and pre-medical and pre-dental students are welcome to apply for positions on the missions. Go to http://suwaneedental.com/kenya/2008.html for more information.
Partners In Peace Award Receipient 2009
The American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry awarded Dr. Bill Williams the Partners In Peace Award at their annual conference in Honolulu, Hawaii this year for his outstanding charitable work with survivors of domestic violence in the academy's Give Back A Smile Program.
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How To Choose A Dentist Jan. 24, 2009, 6:24 a.m.
The Basic Types of Dental Practices:
It's Your Time to Choose Which Is Right For You
2. Maintenance Dentistry...
The quality of care is good and preventive measures are fairly effective, but the patient is not dedicated to achieving Optimum Repair. Usually maintenance dentistry is intermediate dentistry such as silver and large plastic fillings, which safely last 3 to 10 years. With age, typically late thirties to mid forties, this individual either elects to save their dental health and move into Fine Dentistry and Prevention or slide into the Repair and emergency mode. Unfortunately most people fail to realize that their mouth ages considerably quicker than they do. All too often they have done too little too late, and spend their golden years a dental cripple.
3. Repair Oriented Practice...
No long term thought is given to either prevention of decay, gum disease or bite (occlusion-related) problems. Teeth are filled as they break and when gums bleed or breath is bad the patients have their teeth cleaned. This represents 70% of the dental practices in America today. It is easy to see why two thirds of American dentists dislike what they do and would if given the chance not choose dentistry as their career again. The interesting thing about the patients who go to these kind of practices is that they don't enjoy it, but have more or less given up or don't know what dentistry can do for them. Tooth loss in the latter years is very common.
4. Emergency Practice...
Patients are seen only for emergency treatment. The majority of patients in this type of practice lose their teeth, usually by the age of 35 to 50, depending on their heredity.
the choice is yours.
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It is our goal for each of our patients to have a complete understanding of their unique situation, to know their options and to reach a level of dental health that gives them comfort, beauty and peace of mind.
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About Front Desk: The best front desk, polite and courteous.
About Hygienist: The absolute best.
Hygiene time: 50
I know this doctor: 20 years
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I know this doctor: Since 2005.
About Front Desk: For the most knowledgeable front office team Suwanee Dental Care cannot be beat. Their team is the most knowledgeable, professional, and patient oriented around. From their concierge, Linda when you first walk in to the ladies behind the desk you never have to be worried about the information they provide.
About Hygienist: The hygenists at Suwanee Dental Care are great. They cater to your needs and make you feel like they have known you for years. Their technique, tools and patient care are the best of the best.
Hygiene time: 60
I know this doctor: 2 years.
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About Hygienist: jennifer is extremely gentle, caring, and thorough with loads of experience.
Hygiene time: 45
My Experience: Root Canal
Duration: 45 minutes
I know this doctor: 7 yrs
My Experience: Filling, Onlays & Inlays
I know this doctor: 2007