Creating beautiful smiles
is our specialty!
Creating beautiful smiles is our specialty!
Welcome to Clearwater Smiles, your home for modern, caring dentistry. We provide our patients with quality, personalized dental care using the latest in advanced dental technology. Our entire team strives to deliver dental care in a relaxed environment by making your every visit enjoyable.
Our website provides you with information about Dr. Williams, Dr. Campbell, our staff, office, services, payment options, insurance plans and a method to schedule an appointment. The website includes an extensive section covering an array of dental topics and solutions.
New patients are always welcome! We look forward to your visits and providing you and your family with the quality dental care you deserve. Dr. Williams, Dr. Campbell and their staff look forward to being your lifelong partners in dental healthcare.
Preserving Your Teeth Using the Most Advanced Methods in Dentistry
Ideally, every person, irrespective of their dental health should go for a dental appointment every six months. With a thorough check up your dentist can advise you on what steps to take next, whether it is scaling, cleaning, whitening, or some other procedure which needs detailed discussion and follow through.
However, if you feel any pains or jabs in your tooth or jaw area, within this period of six months, or are experiencing repeated non-healing ulcers, or bleeding or swollen gums, then you should consult your dentist at the earliest, to find out the right treatment to ensure quick healing and relief.
Staining of teeth is caused mainly due to consumption of dark-colored liquids, such as tea, coffee, cola or wine. The quality of the enamel on your teeth and the dentin lying beneath it, decide on how fast and steady the staining is. Our dentists can help remove the stains and whiten your teeth and bring back the luster to your pearly whites, with absolutely no side effects.
This is a serious concern that shouldn’t be confused with swollen gums, as swelling in the jaw could be a sign of a more serious underlying problem, such as abscess or swelling in the salivary gland. This symptom requires detailed examination and proper treatment.
This happens to be one of the most common dental issues faced by the majority of the population, today. Tooth decay occurs when bacteria and toxins make a home in a dental cavity thus leading to decay. Though common, tooth decay is certainly a serious problem that should be dealt with at the earliest.
If your oral mucosa (the mucous membrane lining the inside of the mouth) is being attacked by ulcers and wounds that don’t heal even after repeated treatments, you need to consult your dentist to figure out the underlying cause that might be causing it.
This too is one of the most common dental problems people face. When your wisdom tooth does not erupt from the gum properly or is slanted, it might lead to a variety of issues such as breakage or weakening of the tooth adjacent to it, swelling in the gum, extreme pain and so on. Dr. Williams can help you with the right treatment plan which will, in turn, rid you of problems relating to your wisdom tooth, for good.
Bad breath is not always a sign of bad oral hygiene. There could be other underlying conditions that could be fueling bad breath which affects not only your health, but also your confidence and social interactions. However, a simple treatment plan can help you solve this issue.
Even though misaligned teeth do not appear as worrisome as other dental issues, they stand to create problems such as the growth of plaque, cavities, tooth decay, or gum disease. Due to this condition, it is difficult for the brush to reach areas which are overlapped by a tooth. This might also affect your bite and the way you chew. Overall, misaligned and crooked teeth can affect your long-term oral health. Using Invisalign, we specialize in smile makeovers and getting you teeth you will love and want to show off. Schedule today for your consultation.
There is no question that missing teeth can severely affect one’s quality of life and make important every-day activities such as eating and speaking almost unbearable. Likewise, ill-fitting dentures, commonly due to bone loss, are not only uncomfortable, as they continuously feel like they will slip out of the mouth, but also lead to slurred and mumbled speech. The more severe side effects can include ulcers and sores on the mucous membrane lining the inside of the mouth which are painful and make it difficult to eat, drink, or speak. Our restorative dentistry treatments will provide you with high quality dentures, avoiding all the above-mentioned problems and ensuring a happy and confident smile.
If you have lost one or more teeth due to an accident or extraction, there is always a way to restore your missing teeth and smile using the most advanced dental restoration procedures. Innovations in the dental space have led to some far-reaching solutions which are not only long-term but also easier to maintain. One example is a dental bridge. If you are suffering from one or more missing teeth, a fixed dental restoration, known as a bridge, may be the right treatment for you. An artificial tooth is fixed to adjacent natural teeth or a dental implant, restoring full functionality and aesthetics to your mouth. There is no need to suffer any longer from missing teeth. Contact our office today and regain your confidence in your smile.
Tooth pain can be caused by multiple reasons, such as gum disease, the formation of plaque, dental infection, or a cracked tooth. Although the pain could subside upon taking medication, it could reappear as soon as the infection returns. An infected tooth can be easily treated with medication and with the right treatment plan. Our doctors specialize in periodontal therapy that will help rid you of those annoying and persistent toothaches, stemming from infection. Both surgical and non-surgical techniques are used, depending on your individual case, to restore health to the tissues that support the teeth, your gums and bone, and prevent further tooth loss. Controlling gum disease is a must and we are here to help guide you through the right course of treatment to restore full oral health and wellness so you can get back to living to the fullest.
Our team of experienced dental professionals led by Dr. Allen L Williams are here to address your dental issues and ensure excellent dental and oral health for you and your family. Dr. Williams has had a lustrous career in dental health for nearly three decades. Dr. Mitra A Campbell brings over fifteen years experience to the team. Dr. Campbell has experience in all phases of general dentistry and has a wealth of knowledge in some of the newer technology services.
Our team is always there to extend all the information you need in order to understand your dental health and oral hygiene better. We recommend you go through the resources on our website to find out more on matters that concern you. At Clearwater Smiles Dentistry, it is important for us to make sure that our patrons have the right information so that they can make informed decisions about their oral health plans and treatment.
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