Meet Dr. Gary Clague
Dr. Clague is a native of Berkley, Michigan and is a 1973 graduate of the University of Michigan School of Dentistry in Ann Arbor.
He has over 30 years of experience as a general dentist, helping Oakland and Wayne County families with their general dentistry care needs. Dr. Gary Clague would love to be your family dentist.
Stop by our dental office in Troy and see how we can take the stress out of dental care.
When damage or decay to a tooth is severe; our dentists will create a crown – most often from porcelain – to strengthen it or improve its appearance, restoring your problem tooth to its natural shape and size.
Crowns are commonly used to restore damaged and misshaped teeth, as well as protect weaker teeth from breaking or becoming further damaged.
Read more about Dental Crowns here.
Meadowbrook Family Dentists often uses porcelain veneers as another means of restoring discolored teeth or reshaping your teeth into a highly uniform and beautiful smile.
Most commonly used for cosmetic purposes, veneers are crafted from very thin pieces of porcelain and bonded directly onto the front of your teeth.
Read more about Porcelain Veneers here.
Our Cosmetic Dentists can professionally whiten your teeth to remove stains or discolorations on the outer tooth area and give you that beautiful smile you're looking for.
Teeth Whitening (or bleaching) is a simple, non-invasive dental treatment that alters your teeth's natural enamel and can be accomplished at our offices or at home.
Read more about Teeth Whitening here.
Root Canal Therapy
When decay or infection develops or spreads inside a tooth, root canal therapy is often performed to repair it and keep the tooth from dying and having to be removed.
With a root canal treatment, Meadowbrook Family Dentists saves the tooth by cleaning out the damaged areas and surrounding decay, and then filling the space to restore the tooth to its full use.
Read more about Root Canal Therapy here.
TMJ Treatment/Jaw Pain
Meadowbrook Family Dentists can provide advice and treatment for patients who show symptoms for TMJ, which stands for temporal-mandibular joint. Temporal, as in temple area of skull; mandibular as in mandible, or lower jaw; and joint as in it's where the head and jaw meet.
Problems with this joint may be caused by a misalignment of the teeth, oral trauma or excess muscle tension.
Read more about TMJ Therapy here.