Williams & Daily Dental, 6837 Falls of Neuse Road, Suite 200, Raleigh, NC 27615

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Williams & Daily Offers Free Dental Services to Veterans on Freedom Day

Williams and Daily Freedom Day Dental Services

  Williams & Daily is committed to giving back to our community, especially to those who selflessly serve us all. This is why we began hosting our annual Williams and Daily Freedom Day four years ago. This year on September 21, we offered free dental services to veterans and their families. We were happy to serve over […]

Williams and Daily Dental Welcomes Dr. Harold Frazier

Associate Dentist Dr Harold Frazier

Dr. Craig Williams and Dr. William Daily are excited to welcome new Associate Dentist, Dr. Harold Frazier III to the Williams and Daily Dental family. Dr. Frazier was raised in the beautiful mountains of Boone, NC. He chose to move down the mountain to Raleigh and attend NC State University, where he studied Biological Sciences and […]

When Should You Have Your Wisdom Teeth Removed?

Many parents and teenagers often ponder; when do you get your wisdom teeth out? Over the last decade, there’s been a growing controversy over automatically removing wisdom teeth, which are also called third molars. Some dentists and orthodontic surgeons say they should be removed as soon as possible. Other dentists recommend keeping them until they show signs of […]

Brush up on the Benefits of Electric Toothbrushes

We love it when patients ask us questions about dental care and dental hygiene. Lately we have had many patients asking about the benefits of using an electric toothbrush versus a regular toothbrush. While our primary concern is teaching you how to brush and floss correctly and consistently, we do think it is important that […]

7 Mouthwash Myths Debunked

Mouthwash myths

You may think mouthwash is a healthy oral product — and just as common as toothpaste and floss. And you’d be right. But, there’s still much to learn about this liquid that’s most often used to eliminate halitosis (i.e. bad breath) and clear the way for positive social interactions. If you use mouthwash regularly, listen […]

Why Kids Love the Tooth Fairy (and Why Parents Perpetuate the Story)

Kids Love Tooth Fairy

Most Americans are familiar with the idea of the “tooth fairy.” As a tradition that many of today’s parents and grandparents grew up with, “she” has become part of children’s experiences, across the U.S. The tooth fairy is very much an American tradition dating to the early part of the 20th Century, although cultures around […]

Pediatric Dentist Tips: 5 Ways to Make Brushing Fun For Kids

make brushing teeth fun for kids

Helping your children establish good dental hygiene habits from an early age is one of best things you can do for them, as those habits will impact their oral health, their smiles and even their confidence, for a lifetime. When kids think of brushing and flossing their teeth as something they have to do, however, […]

3 Myths of Family and Cosmetic Dentistry

Myths of family and cosmetic dentistry

Everyone knows that going a dentist regularly improves the health of your mouth and keeps your teeth in good shape. But there are several myths about family and cosmetic dentistry that can change the way someone views going to the dentist. It’s important to know that these are only myths. Allowing these myths to keep […]

How to Find the Perfect Raleigh Dentist

How to find the perfect dentist

Perhaps you’re new to Raleigh. Maybe you’re unhappy with your current dentist. It could be that you haven’t been to a dentist in years and one day you wake up with a throbbing toothache. Whatever the reason, when you’re looking for the dentist that’s right for you, you don’t want to blindly choose one at […]

Children’s Dentistry: How to Prepare Kids for an Exam

prepare your child for a dental exam

Taking your child to the dentist for his or her first exam can be an anxiety-filled event. But it’s very important to start taking your child to the dentist early. In fact, the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends you bring your child for a dental visit within six months of the first tooth erupting, […]