Tyler Williams, DDS
Dr. Williams continually explores the field of dentistry. He completes over 75 hours of continued training each year, 60 more than required for licensure.
After graduating from the University of Utah, Dr. Williams entered the School of Dentistry at Virginia Commonwealth University and earned his DDS degree. Dr. Williams enjoys biking, sporting events, reading, and spending time with his wife and two children. Throughout the year, he volunteers his time, giving back to the community as a volunteer dentist for Salt Lake Donated Dental Services and Give Kids a Smile, programs that provide free services for the homeless and indigent.
"I love dentistry! It is such a privilege to help people look and feel great."
We look forward to providing care that changes lives, replaces pain with comfort, and gives our wonderful patients more confidence in their smile and their health.
Nicole Major, DDS
I attended the University of Utah and graduated with a bachelor's degree in Exercise Physiology. I then attended the University of Iowa Dental School and received my DDS. Following dental school, I pursued additional advanced training in dentistry through a one-year General Practice Residency program at the University of Utah Hospital, and have since worked in private practice dental offices. I enjoy all aspects of general dentistry and helping my patients improve their smiles and quality of life. I also enjoy hiking in the mountains, running, biking, and spending time with my husband.