We specialize in patients with dental anxiety and are always happy to help you feel at ease about your care!
Feeling less than excited about dental care?
We understand feeling concerned. Phobias surrounding the dentist and dental treatment are quite common. An overwhelming percentage of American adults feel anxious on some level about dental care.
Our patients find that we excel at keeping patients comfortable and relaxed.
“When we experience procedures ourselves, we best understand the patient’s viewpoint, helping us to deliver high-quality care in a gentle, compassionate way. ”
-Dr. Stephen A. Huffman
Our patients are made comfortable for every procedure. Dr. Huffman and his team have received special training to relax patients before and during treatments, and care for them painlessly. We are acutely aware of patient comfort signals and pay attention to how you’re feeling throughout your time at Belpre Dental Studio.
We offer a variety of amenities. Many patients love the distraction of watching TV on wireless headphones while snuggled under a warmed blanket. For restorative treatments (and some preventative care treatments), patients are first fully numbed.
Additionally, we offer complimentary Nitrous oxide (laughing gas). Most patients find laughing gas is a great way to relax through a procedure and that the time passes quickly.
Belpre Dental Studio is a relaxing, judgment-free environment. We’re a team of kind, compassionate dental professionals. Our spa-like setting has been specially designed to soothe you.
We offer 3 levels of sedation to meet your individual needs including:
- FREE Nitrous oxide—Laughing gas is a mild form of conscious sedation that helps you feel at ease during treatment. Its effects will wear off in just a few minutes, so that you can go about your day as usual.
- Oral Sedation—A prescribed medication (in the form of a pill) that is taken prior to the start of your appointment.
- Intravenous Sedation—IV sedation is administered through the veins. It offers our deepest level of relaxation and allows you to “sleep” in comfort through your dental procedure.
Learn more about sedation dentistry here.