We Accept Dental Patients in Birmingham
Birmingham is located in the north-central region of the U.S. state of Alabama, in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. The Birmingham-Hoover Metropolitan Statistical Area had a population of 1,151,801 in 2018. It is the most densely populated area in Alabama and the 49th-most populous in the United States.
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.
Birmingham 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:
Birmingham Cosmetic dentistry
improves and enhances the appearance of your smile while complementing your overall oral health. Dr. Stuart specializes in the following cosmetic practices:
Birmingham 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:
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 Birmingham, AL
Despite its large population, Birmingham boasts more green space per capita than any other city its size in the country. Biking and hiking are popular recreational activities, along mountain climbing at Ruffner Mountain. Family and friends frequently gather in green spaces such as Railroad Park downtown. Residents and visitors enjoy riding up Red Mountain to visit Vulcan Park and Museum. Vulcan is the largest cast iron statue in the world and Birmingham’s most well-known symbol.
Birmingham is home to the University of Alabama at Birmingham, one of three main campuses of the University of Alabama System. Three private colleges also make their home in the city: Samford University, Birmingham-Southern College, and Miles College. Three of the state’s five law schools are located in the city as well: Cumberland School of Law, Birmingham School of Law, and Miles Law School. Birmingham is the headquarters of the Southwestern Athletic Conference and the Southeastern Conference. Jefferson State College and Lawson State Community Colleges are also located here.
Birmingham hosts the Mercedes Marathon in February, the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama in April, Birmingham Freedom Fest each July, and the Magic City Classic in October of each year. In January 2015, the International World Game Executive Committee selected Birmingham as the host for the 2021 World Games.
Birmingham is well-known for its significance in the nation’s Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s. The 16th Street Baptist Church was the site of the September 1963 bombing that resulted in the deaths of four girls: Addie Mae Collins, Cynthia Wesley, Denise McNair, and Carole Robertson. Across from the 16th Street Baptist Church is Kelly Ingram Park. Previously called West Park, the four-acre park was re-named in 1932 for a local firefighter Osmond Kelly Ingram. Ingram was the first sailor in the United States Navy to be killed in World War I. Several Civil Rights era sculptures are displayed within the park. Kelly Ingram Park was renovated and rededicated in 1992 as “A Place of Revolution and Reconciliation” in coordination with the opening of the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute. The Institute, an interpretive museum and research center adjoining the park to the west, illustrates the journey and evolution of the Civil Rights Movement in the 1950s and 1960s. The 16th Street Baptist Church, Kelly Ingram Park, and the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute are all located in the Civil Rights District, which also includes the Fourth Avenue Business District and the Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame located inside the Carver Theatre.