Meet Our Columbia Dentist
Kyle Williams, DDS
Why Dr. Williams Chose to Pursue Dentistry
The main reason Dr. Williams chose dentistry was to directly make a difference in people’s lives. In his opinion, everything that he and the dentists at Beck Dental Care do to help patients make an impact in their daily lives. That means the better care he provides; the fewer worry patients have for performing everyday tasks like eating or smiling.
The way he sees it, everyone has teeth and being able to provide a service to as many people as possible is incredibly rewarding. By pursuing a treatment as extensive and beneficial as dental implants, he can make a significant difference in patients’ lives and we’re happy to make that convenient for you all by keeping him in-house. That lets you take all the necessary steps to a healthier smile without having to visit another location.
Trained Specifically to Place Your New Dental Implants
After earning his biology degree from Middle Tennessee State, he enrolled in the dental school at the University of Buffalo in New York. After graduating, he came back to Knoxville, TN to complete a two-year general practice residency. It was there that his focus became oral surgery, implant placement, and wisdom teeth extraction.
Thanks to his education around full mouth reconstruction, Beck Dental Care puts its full trust in Dr. Williams to help patients obtain a new smile via dental implants.
He’s Also Quite the Avid Hobbyist!
While Dr. Williams pursues additional education after dental school to stay updated on the modern advances in dentistry, he also takes part in a wide variety of interests and activities outside the office. Whether it’s rock climbing, kayaking, mountain biking, or hiking, your dentist greatly appreciates staying active and traveling the great outdoors.
Sometimes, he’ll even get the chance to combine his passion for dentistry and travel together by performing mission work for communities outside the state. It doesn’t matter where he’s needed; Dr. Williams has traveled to clinics in rural Appalachia and even Guatemala to help people get the dental care they deserve. In his view, it doesn’t matter where you’re from if you need help improving your oral health.