Welcome to the St. Clair Shores dental office of doctors David Renaud, Theresa Caruana and Audra Herman

The Dentist in St Clair Shores

Welcome to the dental office of Dr. David Renaud, Dr. Theresa Caruana and Dr. Audra Herman. While visiting our St Clair Shores dentist, you will find that your comfort is our main concern.

More than 35 Years of Experience

Our experienced doctors and team are focused on providing the highest quality dental care in our modern dental office. We utilize the latest dental technology for the most accurate diagnosis and treatment.

We offer a wide variety of dental services for children and adults of all ages. Some of our services include: general dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, sedation dentistry for anxious patients, children’s dentistry, dental implants, dentures, root canal treatment and more.




Patient Testimonials

We enjoy hearing from our patients. Take a look at what some of our patients are saying about our St Clair Shores dentists and team! For more reviews, visit our patient testimonials page. To post a review of your own, visit our Google plus page.

The office of our St Clair Shores Dentist

Please take a tour of our St Clair Shores dental office. Dr. David Renaud, Dr. Theresa Caruana and Dr. Audra Herman are always welcoming new patients! What we offer:
  • Convenient evening & weekend hours
  • $50 New patient special
  • Accept most insurances
Contact us for more information or to schedule an appointment. Tour our St Clair Shores Dental Office

St. Clair Shores Dental Blog

  • Men: Here’s What You Need to Know About Keeping Your Mouth Healthy (4/19/2017) - Dentist St Clair Shores Men, dental examinations and treatment are important for you, too. Did you know according to the Academy of General Dentistry (AGD), by age 72 men lose an average of 5 teeth? That number jumps to 12 if you are also a smoker. Here’s what you need to know about keeping your […]
  • Dry Mouth – Not Just a Nuisance (4/12/2017) - Dentist in St Clair Shores Normal flow of saliva provides lubrication for swallowing and begins the process of digestion while you chew. Saliva also protects your teeth by neutralizing and washing away acids, sugars, and other particles left behind after eating. From time to time, we all experience some amount of dry mouth. Hot weather, […]