Services offered in the office of D. Brian Williams, D.D.S.
Cleanings and Exams
A little maintenance will save you lifetime of trouble
Whether for a child, teenager or adult, routine cleanings and exams will ensure the teeth remain healthy and as problem free as possible for a lifetime. Our staff practices gentle dentistry whenever possible to minimize the anxiety causing elements of dental visits which cause many people to avoid routine maintenance of their teeth.
Non-Invasive Digital, Full Mouth Dental X-Rays
See the whole picture, without discomfort
Our office uses the latest full mouth dental x-ray equipment, instead of taking an image of a tiny sliver of your mouth, so both we and our patients can see the whole picture - literally. Patients stand comfortably as an x-ray of their full mouth in one pass. No uncomfortable bite wings. Nothing stuck between your teeth poking the side of your cheek. No waiting. The resulting xray images are clear and more detailed too - enabling us to catch cavities and newly forming dental caries even earlier than before (usually before you can even see them with the naked eye).
CEREC Same Day Crowns
New and replacement crowns in one day, often the same visit
Thanks to our new CEREC technology, we can often craft new and replacement crowns in a single day, often during the same visit. These near-instant porcelain restorations are permanent, enabling us to skip the step of "temporary" crowns and repeat visits. Using 3D scanning, modeling and crafting technology, a perfectly fitting crown is created while you wait. Then the crown is permanently fitted and you're on your way - the same day! Emergency appointments available by calling the office at 704-375-6831
Missing a tooth between other teeth? Ask us about a bridge
Dental Bridges allow a patient to fill a gap where a tooth is missing from extraction, damage or decay. Dental bridges cost less than implants while giving the same positive aesthetic benefits. A dental bridge is deigned to hold your other teeth in place and make everyday activities such as eating and talking easier.
On-Lays and In-Lays
When a full crown isn't needed or appropriate, inlays and onlays are two methods of restoring normal tooth structure after decay or other damage. Inlays and onlays are considered indirect fillings because they are crafted as a whole piece and cemented or bonded to the surface of the tooth. Unlike standard fillings, inlays and onlays do not weaken the tooth structure. They can actually strengthen weak teeth. After the procedure is complete, the tooth can usually bear up to 50 to 75 percent more chewing force.
The amazing smile you've always wanted is waiting
What most people don't know about the people they see on Instagram, TV, and other social media outlets who have seemingly perfect smiles and pristine white teeth is that those aren't actually their teeth you are seeing. They are veneers!
Dental veneers are a wafer thin layer of tooth colored materials, permanently affixed over existing, properly prepared teeth to improve the appearance, shape, spacing, and whiteness of of your smile. These shells are bonded to the front of the teeth and are designed to, with proper care, provide a lifetime of amazing smiles.
Sometimes a tooth just needs to go
We all know that breaking up is hard to do but sometimes you need to break up with one of your teeth. We are equipped to handle simple extractions in our office while keeping you comfortable and anxiety-free. If you have a tooth that is constant pain and not suited for a root canal or restoration, we can remove it for you in a single visit.
Partial and Full Dentures
A complete or partial restoration of your smile
There are two main types of dentures: full and partial. We will help you choose the type of denture that's best for you based on whether some or all of your teeth are going to be replaced and the cost involved. Dentures are custom-made in a dental laboratory from impressions taken of your mouth. Today's dentures are natural looking and more comfortable than ever.
Implants & Restorations
Replace a tooth or multiple teeth - permanently
If you have had a tooth extracted, knocked out, or damaged, the gold standard in today's dental restorations is a tooth implant, also known as a dental implant. With an implant, a custom crafted artificial tooth is created to exactly match a lost tooth or to blend in with the teeth around it to improve the character of someone's smile. Our philosophy on restorations is simple: To give you the most perfect smile you can have while keeping you comfortable and honoring your budget.
Teeth Whitening Services
A brighter, whiter smile awaits your next visit!
It's a request we hear from almost every patient: "Can you make my teeth whiter?" And the answer is almost always: YES we can! We will carefully examine your teeth to make sure they can be safely whitened and review the whitening options available to achieve your desired outcome. Our whitening approach favors natural looking teeth versus fake looking chiclets.
Tooth Colored Fillings
Not the same old "fillings" you had as a kid!
Remember that mouth full of metal look of old-fashioned fillings? It doesn't have to be that way anymore. Tooth colored fillings, also called cosmetic fillings and composite fillings, are dental fillings which restore and mimic the natural appearance of your tooth while repairing the tooth. Tooth colored fillings are often used to restore teeth that have fractured or decayed but in many cases can also be used cosmetically to change the size, color and shape of teeth.
Just say no to gum disease!
When we don’t take care of the germ buildup in our mouths, it can become harmful. This germ buildup can lead to gingivitis or even progress to periodontal disease. The difference between gingivitis and periodontal disease is in the loss of bone and gum tissue. This disease is due to a bacterial infection and inflammation. Periodontal disease can cause tooth loss and can destroy the gums and jawbone. You can prevent these things from happening by beginning a periodontal care plan with us. Our goal is to restore your gums to healthy functioning and prevent further damage. If damage has already occurred, we will talk with you about restoration options.
Simple Root Canals
Tooth pain constantly bothering you? A root canal may be in order
Modern root canals and endodontic treatments are very similar to having a routine filling and usually can be completed in one or two appointments, depending on the condition of your tooth and your personal circumstances. We strive to provide a comfortable experience during and after your appointment. Our goal is to preserve your natural tooth and the natural appearance of your smile.
Fixing tooth irregularities to perfect your beautiful smile
Dr. Williams has extensive experience in correcting teeth imperfections and minor bite issues through dental techniques. Sometimes an issue will require referral to a specialist. As a general dentist office, we work hand-in with other specialists, like Orthodontists, to provide you with a complete continuum of dental care.
Team Member Profiles
We're proud to have one of the best dental teams in Charlotte NC!
Dr. D. Brian Williams, D.D.S.
Dr. Brian Williams is a native of Greensboro, North Carolina and a graduate of Wake Forest University and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Dental School. After graduating dental school in 1996, Dr. Williams ventured out joining the Air Force. As a captain in the Air Force, he was stationed in Wichita, Kansas where he served the men and women who so graciously served our country. After moving back to North Carolina, Dr. Williams settled in Charlotte where he went to work renting space from another dentist in his office. After some time at that office, Dr. Williams then purchased his own practice which is now D. Brian Williams, D.D.S., P.A. Dr. Williams has now been the sole owner and operator of his practice for more than 14 years. In his free time he enjoys spending time with his dogs, Buddy and Sophie, hanging out with friends, snorkeling and watching sporting events.
I am so blessed to work with Dr. Williams and this awesome staff we have at D. Brian Williams, D.D.S. I went to college in Tennessee and graduated with a double Bachelors in Public Relations and Advertising with concentrations in Marketing and Event Planning. I have worked in the medical field from EMT to Nursing staff in the Emergency Department in various hospitals. I have a background in teaching for the American Heart Association and love helping others. I enjoy the dental field and continue to learn more daily. I strive to make sure that all patients are well taken care of and that our staff is happy! In my spare time I enjoy hanging out with friends, playing and watching sports, photography, good music, wine and the beach!
Dental Assistant II
I am a 2015 graduate of the Charlotte Dental Assisting Academy. Prior to this, I was a ceramist working in dental labs for 25 years. I have a true passion for helping people and making people smile. As a child, when I would go to the dentist I always knew that I was meant to work in the dental field. I enjoy working with such a great, determined team. In my off time I love spending time with my husband, Billy, my kids and grands and my beloved, Beau Doodle the Poodle. I also have a passion for making wedding cakes and enjoying the outdoors, fishing, camping, etc.
I am a mother of two and wife to my high school sweetheart, Jamie. I have worked for Dr. Williams for 14 years as a hygienist. I went to school at York Technical College in Rock Hill, SC and graduated in 2002. My number one priority at this time is my two children, which is one reason I love the dental field so much. It offers me flexibility to work and to be home with them while they are still young and involved in sporting activities, etc. I love getting to know my patients and building professional relationships.
I became interested in the dental hygiene field when my son was 18 months old. I was seeking a meaningful career that would be flexible for a working mother. With the wonderful support of my husband, I graduated from Central Piedmont Community College in 1997. Becoming a dental hygienist has been one of the best decisions I ever made. I love developing relationships with patients while providing quality, meaningful care that makes a difference in their health. Working with Dr. Williams has been a blessing. He provides the best dental care with compassion and concern for the patients best interest. My coworkers are team players who genuinely care about our patients and make their needs and concerns a priority. I have been married for 30 years. Together we have a son, a dog and a cat. I love the Carolina Panthers, reading, spending time with my family and friends. I enjoy good food, wine and movies and have a recently new found love of skydiving.
It is my strong belief that quality patient care is of the utmost importance and I seek daily to provide exceptional care to each patient I have the privilege of working with. Every patient has individual needs and concerns and I work hard to deliver confidence and comfort while ensuring optimum oral health. I have been a Registered Dental Hygienist since 2016 and have been working in the dental care industry since 2011. I completed my Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene as a dental hygienist at York Technical College. I am originally from Northern Virginia and grew up in Stafford, Virginia. In my spare time, I enjoy working out, running and spending time with my husband.
How to get to our office
We are located at:
When you arrive at our office, all parking for our complex is in the parking deck. A limited amount of handicapped parking is available immediately adjacent to the Metroview Building
Public transportation is available via the CityLynx Gold Line and also the 4th & Hawthorn Ln bus routes.
We are located adjacent to the campus of Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center in the Metroview Building.
This is at the corner of Randolph Rd and S Caswell Rd.
Look for the Metroview building on your right as you enter to park.
The Metroview building is connected to the parking garage by a covered walkway on the ground level and by a climate controlled pedestrian bridge on the second floor of Midtown Medical Plaza.
If someone drops you off, be sure they drop you off at the front door to the Metroview Building, 1900 Randolph Rd.
Park in the parking deck.
You will find ample parking in the parking deck. There is an elevator which will take you to the 2nd floor of Midtown Medical Plaza or to the ground floor so you can walk to our office.
You will take either the covered walkway or the pedestrian bridge on the second floor to the Metroview building.
The pedestrian bridge is climate controlled and the suggested pathway for anyone wishing to avoid the elevator or in a wheel chair.
In the parking deck, take the elevator to the 2nd floor to use the pedestrian bridge or ground floor to walk outside.
2P takes you to the climate controlled pedestrian bridge. Patients needing wheelchair access and anyone wishing to walk indoors should take this route.
If you wish to walk outdoors, go to 1P and head out the glass doors to your left, under the covered walkway to the 1900 building entrance.
Follow signs to the Metroview building.
When you come out of the elevator on the second floor, follow to the right, around the corner and look for a sign saying "Metroview Building" and directing you across the pedestrian bridge.
Follow zig-zag to the right as you head to the pedestrian bridge
Left at the end of the first corridor and the bridge entry is right ahead of you.
When you see the Wells Fargo ATM, you've reached the entry to the pedestrian bridge. Follow the bridge across to the Metroview elevators.
Once you cross the pedestrian bridge, you will follow the hallway to the central elevators.
At the Metroview Elevators come up to the 4th floor.
We are in Suite 404 in the Metroview building.
We are in Suite 404, which is to your left out of the elevator.
Bathrooms and water fountains are located to immediately across from the elevators.
Come in, have a seat and prepare for the best dental experience of your life. Our goal is your comfort and complete satisfaction.
Dr. Williams and his staff specialize in helping patients remain as comfortable as possible during treatment.
For new patients, we need the forms which have a * beside them.
New Patient Information Form*
2 Pages. Required for new patients.
2 Pages. Required for new patients.
Notice of Privacy Practices*
3 pages. Required for new patients.
Acknowledgement of Notice of Privacy*
3 pages. Required for new patients.
Financial Arrangements & Dental Insurance*
1 page. Required for new patients.
1 page. Required for new patients who need to transfer records to us from an existing dentist.
Consent for Use and Disclosure of Health Information*
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In-Office Dental Benefit Plan
Membership in our In-Office Dental Benefit Plan is available to all patients. After payment of an annual fee, members receive the following benefits:
2 Regular Dental Check Ups
Doctor Exam, Digital X-Ray’s for cavity detection, Dental Cleaning and Periodontal Evaluation (*Periodontal therapy not included) Oral Cancer Screening, Oral Hygiene Instruction, TMJ Screening, Fluoride Treatment twice a year
Unlimited Emergency Visits
Problem focused exam, Single Periapical X-Ray. Needed treatments are provided under plan discount.
25% Discount on Needed Services
A treatment plan will be provided in writing for all recommended procedures displaying the regular fee and discounted rates. 25% Discount off Usual, Customary Fees.
No Waiting Periods, No Claim Forms, No Restrictions on Treatment, No Pre-Determinations, No Age Limitations
12 Months of Coverage
Coverage is in effect for a 12-month period beginning when membership has been paid in full. Members will be notified one month prior to membership renewal.
Purchase Your In-Office Dental Savings Benefit Plan
Order online or in our office on your next visit.