During the past three decades, Dr. Terry has given patients a lot to smile about. He listens, he understands and he responds to their concerns with progressive treatments that bring forth big health benefits, long-lasting results and of course, dazzling smiles. He also believes in developing long-term, personal relationships with patients.
They know they’ll be treated like family and that they will have access to a full range of dental services, from the most basic cleaning to the most advanced treatments and therapies available. Dr. Terry is dedicated to improving mouth and teeth function, as well as form.
His (Dr. Terry’s) passion for health and dentistry has propelled him to keep up to date with the latest techniques and procedures in dentistry. He has completed studies in Orthodontics, Endodontics, Crown & Bridge, Cosmetic Dentistry, Sleep Apnea, and Oral Sedation. Dr. Terry most recently completed three years of rigorous training to be one of 240 dentist’s world- wide earning accreditation in Bioesthetic Dentistry. This is a breakthrough approach to dental health that effectively alleviates TMJ disorders, chronic headaches, including migraines, and patients with abnormal/and or excessive wear on their teeth, using nature as a model. He strives to optimize his patient’s oral health in ways that surpass traditional dentistry.
Dr. Terry grew up on the family farm where he attended Fulton High School. He graduated with distinction from Central Michigan University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology, and then pursued dentistry at The University of Michigan where he graduated with high honors.
Personally, Dr. Terry married his high school sweetheart JoAnn prior to attending dental school and now lives on the family farm where Terry grew up. They are proud to have raised 3 children, Kelly, Erin and Kevin, whom are all married. Their current joy in life are their 5 grandchildren. In addition to his family and dentistry, he enjoys working on the family farm, and as a past time, enjoys being outdoors and running 5 K races.