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Dentist Temperance, MI - George J. Spader, DDS

From first contact with Dr. Spader and his staff we are committed to your individual attention and strive to provide personalized oral health  care tailored for your unique dental needs and goals. We work hard to minimize stress and create a comfortable dental experience for you.  Your  health and comfort are our top priorities, and we do what it takes to help every patient understand their symptoms and treatment options in a relaxed office setting.


Our Promise is to Provide Dental Care to support the overall Health of our patients, centered in clinical and aesthetic excellence.  To expect from our team the highest level of Customer Service in an environment of compassion and integrity.  To always be focused on the person in front of us.  To attentively listen to the needs and do our utmost to fulfill those needs of every person we treat.

It is our mission to educate and provide our patients with the best in dental care. For that reason, we've designed this website to provide you with all of the important information you need to make healthy decisions about your teeth and gums. We encourage you to browse our  office page, service details and patient education library whenever you have a question about our practice or your oral health.

Achieving quality dental care shouldn't be difficult, so Dr. Spader strives to make it simple to achieve your healthiest, most beautiful smile. Whether you are looking for information on general dentistry, teeth whitening, crowns, preventive care, or periodontal exams, you can learn  more about all of your options from our service page. For your convenience, you can also request an appointment online with Dr. Spader and download patient forms directly from our web site.

Feel free to contact our office with any questions.

Meet Our Doctor

Learn Who We Are

  • George J. Spader

    Dr. George J. Spader was born and raised in Detroit. He received his DDS degree from Marquette University School of Dentistry in 1984. He has practiced general dentistry in Monroe county for the past 25 years. Dr. Spader maintains active membership in the American Dental Association, The Academy  of General Dentistry, the Michigan Dental Association, and the Detroit District Dental Society.

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What Our Clients Say About Us

  • "I have been seeing Dr. Spader for nearly 15 years. I live an hour away and continue to see him because his staff are so pleasant and Dr. Spader is just wonderful. Highly recommend him!!"
    Carly Sue
  • "Doctor Spader is the best dentist I have ever been to. I've been going to him for over 3 years and today I had my first filling. I did receive a shot for numbing my tooth this is the first time in my life I've never felt the needle going in unbelievable this has been the best experience I've ever had with a dentist. If you're looking for a new dentist you got it right here."
    Janet Bonczek
  • "Great care and an awesome staff"
    Stefanie Herzig

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