Dr. Williams can provide relief for patients with TMJ pain and certain types of tension headaches.
Gum disease can sneak up on you. Starting first as gingivitis, it begins as a painless infection of the gums, but, if left untreated long enough, it can progress into periodontal disease (periodontitis) which is a serious condition that can’t be reversed without surgery.
Dental emergencies should be treated as quickly as possible. If you find yourself having a dental emergency, call us as soon as you can.
Many illnesses and health disorders show their first signs in the mouth, so, during your oral wellness visit, Dr. Williams will examine you for potential warning signs so that you can get the necessary treatment as early as possible.
We offer dental sealants as a way to help protect your child’s teeth and make it easier for your child to stay cavity-free.
Plainfield Family Dental is a kid-friendly environment that provides top-notch pediatric dental service.
Mouthguards are a preventative tool that can help you alleviate and cope with teeth grinding, also known as bruxism.
A root canal, or root canal therapy, is a dental procedure for saving a tooth that has a severe infection.
There are a variety of tooth-replacement options available. Speak with Dr. Williams to discover which options may be the best choices for your individual needs.
Complete dentures use replacement teeth which are fitted into a plastic base, which is crafted to closely resemble the look of your gums.
Most people are familiar with dental fillings as the type of restoration most commonly used to treat tooth decay.
Good oral health begins with routine cleanings and checkups. Dr. Williams and our team will make sure that you are in good shape.
For those who don’t require more extensive procedures like veneers or dental crowns to treat their discoloration, a teeth whitening treatment is a minimally-invasive way to get a whiter smile.
For repairs to minor damage to tooth enamel—things like chips or cracks in teeth—Dr. Williams can use bonding to make your teeth look like new.
For those who are looking for a complete cosmetic smile makeover, porcelain veneers might be the right treatment for you.
A dental crown looks virtually identical to a natural tooth, but is, in fact, a type of restoration that encases the entire visible portion of a tooth.