We Accept Dental Patients in Indian Springs Village
Indian Springs is a unique suburb of the Birmingham Metropolitan area, incorporated on October 16, 1990. The Indian Springs Village Town Hall is formerly the McClellan home, a “dog trot” style farm house built in the 1800s. Shortly after incorporation, the McClellan family sold the home to the town for this purpose. The home was converted by volunteers mindful of the need for its historic preservation. The home’s pot belly stove remains in the Town Hall meeting room, while McClellan family’s well and hand pump is located at the front entrance. The structure is one of the oldest homes in the area and is listed on the State of Alabama Historic Register
Stuart Curry Dentistry offers services in preventive dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, and restorative
dentistry. The patient’s comfort and ease are a primary focus of Dr. Stuart’s practice. The office works
with patients to develop and implement a program of optimal dental health with a functional, beautiful
smile. The staff of Stuart Curry Dentistry partners with patients to determine which procedures are
covered by their insurance providers and offers in-office financing when needed.
Indian Springs Village Preventive dentistry
Requires being proactive regarding thorough dental hygiene. With guidance from
Dr. Stuart and his staff, the risk of cavities, gingivitis, periodontitis, and secondary problems can be
substantially reduced. The office offers the following preventive practices:
- Dental exams
- Teeth cleanings
Indian Springs Village Cosmetic dentistry
improves and enhances the appearance of your smile while complementing your overall oral health. Dr. Stuart specializes in the following cosmetic practices:
- Full and partial dentures
- Full and partial veneers
- Teeth whitening
Indian Springs Village Restorative dentistry
provides comprehensive restorative for patients dealing with common oral health
conditions. These require necessary care and often overlap with cosmetic dentistry procedures. The
office provides the following restorative practices:
- Full and partial dentures
- Periodontal treatments
After graduation from the University of Alabama School of Dentistry in Birmingham in 2004, Dr. Stuart
Curry served 3 years of active duty in the U.S. Air Force. Dr. Curry practiced cosmetic dentistry, implant
restoration, and comprehensive dental care while stationed at MacDill Air Force Base. To expand his
knowledge and education, he was participated in many hours of continuing education, both through the
Air Force and via civilian courses.
Dr. Curry’s dream was to return to his hometown of Birmingham, Alabama, and provide the latest in
dental services, technology, products, and techniques available today. He is involved in many
professional societies, including the American Dental Association, Birmingham District Dental Society
and the Alabama Dental Association.
Life Is Good In Indian Springs Village, AL
Residents of Indian Springs enjoy an annual 4th of July parade, followed by a community picnic at the Town Hall. Many residents are also active in the Indian Springs Garden Club, which supports continued education in Alabama horticulture. The club also hosts a variety of Village functions and meets the fourth Thursday of each month at the Town Hall.
Indian Village is only minutes from Downtown Birmingham and the larger suburb of Hoover, where various shopping, dining, and entertainment options are located. Beautiful Oak State Park is located in nearby Pelham, Alabama. Originally a 940-acre park situated on Double Oak Mountain, the park now encompasses 9,940 acres, making it Alabama’s largest state park. With over 50 miles of trails in addition to a pump track and BMX course, mountain biking and hiking are two of the most popular activities at the park. Other activities include cable wakeboarding at Flipside Watersports, boating, basketball on the park’s public courts, swimming at Peavine Falls, an 18-hole golf course and driving range, beach and swimming area, picnicking, demonstration farm and horseback riding facilities.
Oak State Park’s naturalist programs and educational opportunities are popular with many outdoor enthusiasts. Bird watchers enjoy Tree Top Nature Trail, an elevated boardwalk winding through the trees. Injured birds receive rehabilitation services at the park’s Alabama Wildlife Center. Located adjacent to the Alabama Wildlife Center is the Oak Mountain Interpretive Center. The center is a 2,500 square foot interactive exhibit hall, classroom, and lab. Oak Mountain Interpretive Center’s goal is to educate visitors about the various species native to the area.
Oak Mountain State Park has repeatedly been awarded the “Certificate of Excellence” from Tripadvisor. Visitors enjoy time at the park before continuing on to the various shopping and dining in opportunities in downtown Birmingham. Other popular area activities include mountain biking at the Coldwater Mountain Forever Wild tract near Anniston, and visiting the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute.