Welcome to Our Practice

Welcome to our high quality restorative dental practice! Our entire team is committed to excellence, providing you with state of the art dentistry in a loving and caring manner.

Our business staff will help you with any financial issues or insurance coverage concerns. Please bring all current insurance ID cards and booklets with you. Also, if you are considering purchasing or changing Dental Insurance Plans, we would be happy to help you make the correct decision for your situation.

Each patient is very special to us, and we appreciate the confidence and opportunity that is given to us by our patients for their dental care.




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Meet Our Doctor

  • S. Clark McLemore, DMD

    I have spent the last few years in Birmingham perfecting my skills at UAB School of Dentistry and The Foundry Residency Program where I was able to focus on dental implants, oral surgery, cosmetics, and prosthetics.

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What Our Clients Say About Us

  • "Dr. McLemore has been my dentist for 30 years. He has always been very professional, personable, and caring. Very thankful for him and his excellent staff."
    Teresa Sims
  • "The office is clean and incredibly up-to-date with the latest technology. All staff, from the front desk to the hygienists, were very courteous and thorough. Dr. McLemore spent a large amount of time with me explaining what he saw in my mouth. I never felt rushed. I couldn’t be more pleased with this practice!"
    Laura Don Wells
  • "1st time I have been to a dentist in many years I found them to be outstanding and very professional and cared about my needs and explained my options to me and fair on price and he will be taking care of my needs soon all the staff is excellent"
    Bill Lewis

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7:00 am-3:00 pm


7:00 am-3:00 pm


7:00 am-3:00 pm


7:00 am-3:00 pm