Liouville's Theorem states that for any algebraic $\alpha \in \mathbb{R}$ of degree $n$, there exists a positive constant $c:=c(\alpha)$ such that $$\left\lvert\alpha-\frac{p}{q}\right\rvert>\frac{c}{q^n}$$ for any $p \in \mathbb{Z}$ and $q \in \mathbb{N}.$

One can find an effective lower bound for $c(\alpha).$ In the special case that $\alpha$ is a quadratic irrational, Exercise 27 in the following set of notes of Jorn Steuding

http://www.math.uni-bremen.de/~bos/dioph.pdf

yields $$c(\alpha) \gg \frac{1}{(1+|\alpha|)H(\alpha)} .$$ Here if $m_{\alpha}(x):=x^2+bx+c \in \mathbf{Q}[x]$ is the minimal polynomial of $\alpha$, the height $H(\alpha)$ is defined as the maximum of $|b|$ and $|c|.$ My question is whether one can find a better lower bound for $c(\alpha)$ when $\alpha$ is a quadratic irrational or if this is best possible.