Dentist Huntington Woods, MI - Robert L. Tremblay, DDS

From first contact at Robert L. Tremblay, DDS, our Huntington Woods dentists 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 create the ultimate stress-free and comfortable dental experience. 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.

It is our mission to educate and provide our patients with the best dental care in Huntington Woods. 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 at Robert L. Tremblay, DDS we make it simple to achieve your healthiest, most beautiful smile. Whether you are looking for information on implants , teeth whitening , crowns , or preventive care , you can learn more about all of your options from our services page . For your convenience, you can also request an appointment online with our Huntington Woods dentist and download patient forms directly from our website.

Feel free to contact our Huntington Woods office with any questions. We look forward to making each visit to our office a positive experience.

Meet Our Doctors

  • Christopher R. Tremblay
    DDS
    Doctor of Dental Surgery

    Dr. Christopher Tremblay, who goes by Dr. Chris, is a passionate and detail oriented General Dentist. He is honored to continue in his father’s footsteps providing quality dental care in the Metro Detroit region where he grew up. 

    Dr. Chris received his Bachelor’s degree from Michigan State University and went on to receive his Doctorate of Dental Surgery from the University of Detroit Mercy Dental School. He is passionate about patient care and helping educate patients about the importance of oral health and the role it plays in a person’s overall health and well-being. Dr. Chris’s goal is to put patients at ease and treat each individual like family with the utmost quality dental care. 

    When he’s not practicing dentistry you can find him on the golf course, playing hockey, spending time with his friends and family, and walking his dog. 

    Dr. Chris is a member of the American Dental Association and the Michigan Dental Association and is accepting new patients today!

  • Robert L. Tremblay
    DDS
    Doctor of Dental Surgery

    Dr. Robert Tremblay, a native Metro Detroiter and University of Detroit graduate, has dedicated the past 35 years to providing excellent dental care in his hometown community.

    When not practicing dentistry in Huntington Woods, Dr. Tremblay continues to be an involved member of organized dentistry. He currently serves as clinical faculty at the University of Detroit Mercy Dental School and is passionate about guiding the next generation of dentists, sharing with them the vast amount of knowledge that he's acquired during his dental career and is proud to announce that his son will be continuing the family legacy as a Detroit Mercy Dental School graduate.

    In his free time he enjoys golfing with his son, taking his favorite pup, Cody, for walks and spending time with his four beautiful grandchildren.

    Read more about the doctor.

Testimonials

What Our Patients Say About Us

    Visiting Robert L. Tremblay, DDS gives my family and me more reasons to smile.

    The Johnson Family

    Dr. Tremblay provided me with excellent care when I needed it the most.

    Jennifer R.

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Hours of Operation

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Primary Location

Monday:

10:00 am-7:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-1:00 pm

Wednesday:

Closed

Thursday:

8:00 am-1:00 pm

Friday:

Closed

Saturday:

*by appointment

Sunday:

Closed