Dr. Tracey Tabor Williams Downtown Indianapolis
Serving the Indianapolis business and professional community since 2005, Dr. Tracey Tabor Williams provides comprehensive family and cosmetic dental care. Recognizing that a visit to the dentist creates a certain level of anxiety, Dr. Tracey Tabor Williams seeks to establish a comfortable atmosphere in which every patient feels like a member of the family. According to Dr. Tracey Tabor Williams, this makes the experience positive for everyone.
Graduating with her Doctor of Dental Medicine from the University of Louisville School of Dentistry, Dr. Tracey Tabor Williams maintains membership in the American Dental Association, the Indiana Dental Association, and the Central District Dental Society. Indianapolis Monthly Magazine named Dr. Tracey Tabor Williams one of Indianapolis’ Best Dentists in 2009 and 2010. Giving back to her community, Dr. Tracey Tabor Williams provides free dental services to a variety of community organizations, as well as complimentary oral cancer screenings at area health fairs.
Focusing on the link between oral health and overall physical well-being, Dr. Tracey Tabor Williams employs the latest technological advancements to diagnose and treat dental conditions. Her practice offers a variety of services, including cleanings, sealants, dental implants, tooth-colored fillings, fixed bridges, and full or partial dentures. Dr. Tracey Tabor Williams also offers one-hour whitening services.
Dr. Tracey Tabor Williams also educates her patients about how to maintain proper dental care at home. Using intra-oral cameras, Dr. Tracey Tabor Williams allows them to take visual tours of their mouths, providing useful information on their overall oral health.
Socially conscious, Dr. Tracey Tabor Williams supports a number of local charities, including the Indianapolis Women’s Fund, the Central Indiana Community Foundation, Suite Dreams, the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, and the Susan G. Komen Foundation. In her spare time, Dr. Tracey Tabor Williams enjoys watching SEC football, horseracing, restoring antique furniture, and collecting raku pottery.