Dr. Brad Williams
Dr. Bradford R. Williams and family have lived and worked in Skiatook, OK for over 72 years. He is married to, Teresa, and they have five adult children and six grandchildren.
He is a graduate from Skiatook Schools and from OU College of Dentistry. While in dental school, he was a contributing clinician to the Herbert T. Shillingburg, D.D.S. textbook, “Restoration of Endodontically Treated Teeth.”
Over the years, Dr. Brad has been involved in several South American medical/dental mission trips from the Amazon rainforest villages of Guyana to the Andes mountain villages in Bolivia.
Dr. Brad is currently a Senior Instructor for the American Orthodontic Society. He teaches Basic and Advanced Straight Wire Orthodontics for General Practitioners and he is a Diplomate for the AOS. Brad is also a member of the ADA, ODA, Tulsa County Dental Society, the International Congress of Implantologists and the American College of Oral Implantology.
Dr. Brad’s hobbies include drawing and painting, target shooting with handguns and shotguns but loves to spend as much of his spare time as possible with the kids and grandkids.
Dr. Brad Williams II
Dr. Bradford Williams II was raised in Skiatook along with his sister and brother. After graduating from Skiatook High School he went on to attend Northeastern State University under a scholarship for leadership and academic excellence in the President’s Leadership Class. Brad majored in Cellular Biology and minored in Chemistry and he graduated with honors from NSU. He attended the University of Oklahoma College of Dentistry, where he achieved his doctorate. Since graduating Brad has completed course work for basic orthodontics, dental implant placement, bone grafting, and tissue management in cosmetically challenging implant sites. He is a member of the American Dental Association, American Orthodontic Society, and the Oklahoma Dental Association. Dr. Williams also participates in mission work whenever possible. He has volunteered as a practicing dentist at the OU College of Dentistry Kids Day, and has a volunteered at the Oklahoma Mission of Mercy.
Dr. Brad met his wife, Valerie, his sophomore year in college, and they were married in June of 2006. Together they have two boys, Ford and Brooks. Their family attends church at the Skiatook Church of Christ.