Why Dr. Askari is the Dentist for Patients with Dental Fears Part II

Last week, Dr. Askari, our Farmington Hills dentist discussed how patients with dental phobias can benefit from different types of sedation dentistry. At Comfort Dental Spa, we offer IV sedation, oral sedation, and nitrous oxide to help dental phobic patients and patients with dental anxiety receive the treatment they need. This week, learn how our unique dental office in Farmington Hills can help patients with dental fears without the use of sedation dentistry.

Alternatives to Sedation Dentistry

While sedation dentistry is a great option for dental phobic patients, this concept may actually create more apprehension for some patients. That’s why we believe our methods are conducive to a relaxing visit, even without nitrous oxide or anesthesia. Here’s how we can help you feel more at home at Comfort Dental Spa.

Relax Before Your Treatment

From the moment you step into our dental office you will know that we are a unique practice. Our front office looks more like the lobby to a spa than a dentist office. Relax in a massage chair or treat yourself to some coffee while you wait. Many of our patients schedule spa services before their dental treatment as an added benefit for visiting our Farmington Hills dentist. We offer moisturizing facials, microdermabrasions, and waxing so you can feel completely rejuvenated after a dental cleaning or checkup.

Comfort during Your Procedure

One of the best ways our experienced Farmington Hills dentist can help you feel at home is with compassionate dental care. Dr. Askari is known for her caring demeanor and thorough explanations of treatment. We want you to feel completely in control and totally informed during your dental procedure. Additionally, we provide our patients with warm, soothing towels and eyemasks that can help take your mind off of your treatment.

Comfort Dental Spa

For more information about how we can help you get past dental fears and phobias with compassionate treatment, call our dental office in Farmington Hills at 248-474-6434.