Dr. Craig Williams, Fayetteville Orthodontist
Dr. Craig Williams is an experienced orthodontist who has been helping people smile for decades. He began his career as a general dentist in 1986 and has been an orthodontist since 1991. He provides traditional braces, clear braces, clear aligners, and other treatment to correct teeth crowding, crossbites, open bites, protruding front teeth, gaps between teeth, and jaw misalignments. Dr. Williams treats adults, teenagers, and children as young as seven years old, which is when the American Association of Orthodontists recommend children to visit the orthodontist to spot any problems with jaw growth and teeth alignment.
Dr. Williams earned his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from University of Michigan School of Dentistry and a Certificate in Advanced General Dentistry from St. Elizabeths Hospital in Washington D.C., and completed his advanced orthodontics training at Howard University in Washington, DC. He has completed a Phase II certification by the American Board of Orthodontics.
Dr. Michael Quinn, Fayetteville Periodontist
Periodontist, Michael Quinn, is an experienced board certified periodontist who has been in practice for more than 20 years. He graduated from Clemson University with honors and received his dental degree from the Medical University of South Carolina. He completed a general practice residency in the Air Force at Barksdale Air Force Base in Shreveport, Louisiana.
Dr. Quinn practiced general dentistry for six years and then pursued a Masters degree in Health Sciences and three year Certifi cate in Periodontology from the Medical University of South Carolina. In 2007, Dr. Quinn retired with the rank of Colonel from the United States Air Force Reserves. While with the reserves, he served on the Dental Advisory Board, operated a 23-man dental unit and lectured nationally on dental readiness during war time.
“It’s rewarding for me when you can give a patient a lifetime of smiles through proper treatment and implant dentistry.”
Dr. Quinn and his team want to make every visit as comfortable as possible. A variety of techniques are available to ease anxiety and ensure patients’ comfort during all procedures.