Dr. Williams grew up locally in Boise Idaho and is a graduate of Boise High School, Boise State University and then went on to receive his Doctorate of Dental Surgery at Indiana University School of Dentistry. Dr. Williams loves being a dentist and has been serving patients in the valley since 2006. Together with his beautiful wife Melanie and their two daughters and two sons they love the all the outdoor activities the Boise valley has to offer. In his free-time he enjoys trail running, mountain biking, and playing guitar. Being a dentist allows him to combine both of his passions, art and science, and to improve people's lives through better health and self-image. He understands that the dental chair can be a nervous experience for many people, and feels it is important to take the time necessary to make every appointment a personalized and comfortable experience. Dr. Williams understands the importance of listening to patients in order to best deliver the treatment they need and desire. He genuinely enjoys working with patients to help them achieve beautiful and healthy smiles.
Dr. Dixon grew up in Southwest Boise and graduated from Mountain View High School. He went on to earn his bachelor’s degree in biology at BYU-Idaho and then studied dentistry at the University of Iowa-College of Dentistry. During dental school, Dr. Dixon earned the Brasseler USA Scholars award for his high-quality restorative work throughout his dental education and the Dr. Dan Steele Memorial award for his excellence in prosthodontics (crowns, bridges, etc.). Dr. Dixon has always enjoyed the dental office and he strives to create an environment that is comfortable and friendly for patients so they can enjoy the experience as well. He enjoys all aspects and challenges of dentistry and is particularly fond of creating custom treatment plans to fit patient goals. When not working, he spends time outdoors with his beautiful wife, Stevie. Together they enjoy many of the activities that Idaho has to offer including climbing, biking, and backpacking. Dr. Dixon and his wife are both excited for the opportunity to be back in Idaho and be closer to family.